A number of rare and exclusive whiskies are going under the hammer to raise funds for Scottish licensed trade charity The Ben
The Scottish Government has outlined details of a £104 million new year hospitality and tourism support package – including over £50 million earmarked for businesses with rateable values over £51,000 which were left out of its earlier grants schemes.
An “additional upweighted ‘extraordinary’ package of funding” must be urgently identified from Scottish and UK government budgets to support hospitality businesses and the supply chain when further coronavirus lockdown measures kick in on Boxing Day, business trade groups have said.
Pubs and restaurants across Scotland will have to close from Boxing Day after first minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed all of mainland Scotland will be put under level four restrictions from 26th December.
Premises in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and East Lothian will not be allowed to sell alcohol and can only trade until 6pm from Friday (18th December) after first minister Nicola Sturgeon announced that all three local authority areas will be put under level three restrictions
Minor changes to trading restrictions under the Scottish Government’s coronavirus levels system could more than double the economic viability of Scotland’s hospitality businesses, and help secure the future of 1800 businesses and 32,500 jobs, according to a new study
The Spirit of Speyside whisky festival is set to return next year, organisers have announced
The owner of Edinburgh’s Prestonfield House and The Witchery has secured more than £2 million in funding to help support the businesses through the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
SLTN and the team behind Islay single malt Smokehead have joined forces to host a Burns Supper with a difference for the Scottish trade in January
A ’90s Christmas classic, four festive cocktails and a healthy dose of humour are the key ingredients in a new Christmas video from Glasgow bar The Gate