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The Famous Grouse Famous Pubs 2011

The Famous Grouse launches campaign to find the UK’s most famous pub Following on from the success of The Famous Grouse Famous Pubs campaign last year …

Macleod snaps up distillery No.2

Speyside the focus as Diageo plans to up Scotch whisky production IAN Macleod Distillers has underpinned its future growth plans with the acquisition of a …

Morton moves to take Inverarity

Drinks wholesaler Wm Morton strengthened its position in the Scottish wine market last week by clinching a deal to acquire Inverarity Vaults. The deal …

Heineken bids to boost cask share

HEINEKEN UK has expanded the range of regional and national cask ales it offers its free trade customers to help them make the most of the category this …

Merger creates new pubco giant

A pub company set up to acquire more than 300 pubs from Mitchells & Butlers has merged with the firm behind Yates’s to form what’s said to be the …

Operator drops anchor in Largs

Buzzworks aims to repeat Scotts’ success in seaside town AS the rain lashes against the large picture windows framing the view of the Isle of Cumbrae, it’s …

Italian operators take plunge by the river

Glasgow-based restaurant and bar group expands into retail with the opening of a new specialist wine shop on the banks of the River Kelvin. The Giovanazzi …

Smoke ban stubs out city pubs

Licensed premises close in all but one Scottish constituency. Scotland’s traditional inner-city pubs have suffered most in the wake of the smoking ban, a new …

It’s Whiski galore as bar diversifies

Gary and Anne Still combine shop, bar and bistro in new capital business. The owners of an award-winning Edinburgh whisky pub have taken their first steps into …

Jessie’s silver celebration

GLASGOW bar the Hielan Jessie celebrated 25 years in business last week – by treating a select band of customers, family and friends to a slap up meal and a …

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