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Drambuie plays a numbers game

Whisky liqueur launches new product based on 15 year old Speyside malt DRAMBUIE is making a play for malt whisky drinkers with the launch of a new product …

Beer drinking – the third way

From October 1, changes in weights and measures legislation will see the legal introduction of the 2/3 pint. Solicitor Stephen McGowan wonders if it will …

Di Maggio’s embarks on expansion strategy

Operator makes capital move and rebrands Glasgow outlet after clinching Clydesdale deal IT seems hardly a week has passed in recent months without the …

Brewer adding some sparkle to beer market

Animee designed to restore beer industry’s reputation among women, Molson Coors says GLOBAL brewer Molson Coors is intensifying its efforts to court female …

East meets west as G1 expands

The landscape of Scotland’s independent trade changed again last week when Glasgow-based G1 Group swooped to buy the bulk of Festival Inns’ Edinburgh …

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 …

Trade slams PPL licence hike plan

Plans to hike music royalty fees for bars and nightclubs by as much as 4000% were condemned last week by operators and their representatives. Phonographic …

Bourbon out to make its Mark

Kentucky whiskey undertakes first ever UK marketing drive KENTUCKY bourbon Maker’s Mark is bidding to showcase its style this summer with the first piece of …

Abode gets its house in order

Hotel group adjusts Glasgow business as market shifts MUCH has changed since hotel group Abode set up home on Glasgow’s Bath Street. The hotel opened in …

Brewer sets out strategy

Heineken’s new man in the north, John Gemmell, outlines the priorities for the former S&N business. JOHN Gemmell wears two hats in his latest role at …

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