Saturday, August 8, 2020
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• The 2013 Budget was positive for brewing and pubs, claims a new report.

Budget boost for beer and pubs

Industry investing after decision to scrap duty escalator, report says THE 2013 Budget was a “turning point” for the British beer and pub industry, a...

Hunter is new BBPA chair

THE boss of Molson Coors in the UK and Ireland has taken over as chairman of the BBPA. Mark Hunter, who replaced Ralph Findlay at...

Make reviews work for you, hotels told

ONLINE review sites are here to stay – and hotel, bar and restaurant operators must learn how to make the most of them. That was...

Immigration and tax top ‘wish list’

Incoming UK government must support industry

Apex adds to its hotel portfolio

A new four-star hotel has opened its doors in Glasgow after a claimed £10.5 million fit out. Apex City of Glasgow on Bath Street has...

The evolution of the licensed trade

Inverarity Morton will showcase the diversity of its portfolio on September 18 when it hosts a new event, Evolution 18.

SLTA secretary retires from post

THE Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) bade farewell to its assistant secretary this month when Alison Walker retired after 26 years with the trade...
Chef of the Year winner Graeme Pallister.

Top caterers recognised

VENUES including Grand Central Hotel and Glenapp Castle were among the winners at a recent event celebrating Scotland’s top catering businesses. The CIS Excellence Awards...
Szabo is now exec chef

Chef makes a Grand return

A former member of the kitchen team at Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel has returned to the business in the role of executive chef

Euro ruling imminent

The European Court of Justice has confirmed its judgement on the use of foreign decoders to show top flight football in pubs is just weeks away. SLTN can reveal that October 4 has been set as the date it delivers a verdict which could have a huge bearing on how much bars pay to show English Premier League football.