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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 …

Castle outlets on the market

Deloitte says sales process is in early stages ADMINISTRATORS acting on behalf of Castle Inns have confirmed they have opened dialogue with prospective buyers …

Mixing up a storm

HOW much heat can your bar handle? Bacardi Brown-Forman Brands is encouraging outlets across the UK to get into the New Orleans spirit this summer with a new …

Tax hikes offset beer sales boost

DUTY and VAT hikes at the turn of the year are said to have wiped the shine off any uplift in beer sales brought by the Royal Wedding and succession of bank …

Waiter gets on his bike

AN Edinburgh waiter has set off on an epic 6500-mile charity cycle to Kenya. Jonny Stevenson, who works at Tempus in the George Hotel, will travel on only two …

Wine market still buoyant

WINE sales in the UK have seen a “small increase” in the last 12 months, despite rising duty and curtailed consumer spending. That’s the conclusion of a …

Aska triumphs in Black Bottle cocktail challenge

IT was a home win for Glasgow bar Metropolitan last week as bartender Aska Hayakawa triumphed in the first ever Black Bottle Merchant City Festival Cocktail …

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