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Scottish distilleries ‘good to go’ next month

Ian Macleod-owned distilleries Glengoyne near Killearn and Edinburgh Gin will welcome back visitors on Saturday, August 1 after securing VisitScotland’s ‘Good to Go’ certification
Man pouring beer

Wet-led pubs ‘left behind’ says Fife group

Small wet-led pubs have been “left behind” by politicians in Westminster and Holyrood, according to trade group the Fife Licensed Trade Association

Ensure collection of customer details meets data protection requirements

The Scottish Government’s easing of the lockdown restrictions has now come into force for the licensed trade

Peroni’s breath of fresh air

A new global advertising campaign to promote Italian culture and the country’s way of life has been launched by Asahi-owned beer brand Peroni

Budweiser boosts bars support

Operators who stock Budweiser Brewing Group products can now access a raft of resources to help with reopening, including mobile ordering and payment solutions, mobile bars and digital training programmes

Edinburgh bar unveils takeaway whisky flight trio

Edinburgh bar the Devil’s Advocate has launched three takeaway whisky flights for customers to enjoy at home

Montpeliers kits out staff with face masks

Edinburgh group Montpeliers has announced it will provide face coverings for staff members after securing a deal with a local business

Reopening is music to hotel’s ears

An Ayrshire hotel welcomed its first guests yesterday (July 15) as it announced it is trading at an occupancy of up to 63%

Edinburgh pub on track for reopening

The owners of The Railway Inn in Edinburgh have restored its original name ahead of reopening this week

Platform unveils indoor restaurant and street food kitchen

A new indoor restaurant and street food kitchen is launching in Glasgow city centre