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Cognac hits the road in the capital

Cognac brand Courvoisier is on the road during this month’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Ten Courvoisier-branded taxis are in the capital this month, offering …

Scotland’s Top Brands 2011

Stock your bar for better business Welcome to our special report on Scotland’s top 60 brands. Here you’ll find comprehensive listings of the country’s …

More pub failures on the horizon

Hospitality businesses that went into the recession carrying high levels of debt remain vulnerable as the economy continues to stagnate. But there is no …

SBPA says no to bottle marking

Dundee board backs measure as part of anti-underage drinking moves. Plans by Dundee licensing board to introduce a bottle marking scheme to combat underage …

Tennent’s takes training to Isles

Tennent's Lager is taking its Training Academy to the Northern Isles. Scotland's biggest alcohol brand has struck a deal with wholesaler JW Gray which will see …

Glasgow pub team scales Ben Nevis for kids charity

STAFF from Glasgow pub the Edward Wylie showed their adventurous side recently when they climbed Britain’s highest mountain for charity. Sixteen staff from …

Marketing drive sets sail

MARINAS and piers on the west coast of Scotland are to get a multi-million pound upgrade as part of a drive to position the area as one of Europe’s top …

Orkney hotel’s swift return

THE new owners of what’s said to be one of Orkney’s best known hotels are banking on a bumper summer season – after carrying out a rapid-fire …

SIBA moves to first HQ

THE Society of Independent Brewers has taken residence in its first ever HQ – at the National Brewery Centre in Burton-upon-Trent. Working out of SIBA’s …

Radisson shows its new colours

Refurbishment creates two distinct room styles at Glasgow hotel THE firm behind Glasgow’s Radisson Blu hotel has introduced two distinct styles of bedroom …

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