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Cafe Fish leaves Leith behind

Operator takes restaurant to Stockbridge and plans moves down south OPERATORS may not have the same access to capital as they did before the recession. But …

Brewer aims to be different glass

HEINEKEN UK is to offer its pub customers branded two-thirds pint glasses after the measure becomes legal on October 1. The new glass size, which is known as a …

Haigh to lead Miller Brands

A NEW boss is set to take the helm of the UK arm of brewing giant SABMiller later this month. Gary Haigh, who is currently president of SABMiller subsidiary …

Poor weather dampens sales at Heineken

POOR weather was blamed by Heineken last week as it reported a slump in beer and cider sales during the traditionally “high-selling” summer season. Posting …

Help on hand for better banquets

WHOLESALER Matthew Clark has launched a new initiative to help its customers secure more functions business and boost sales during such events. The tailored …

Coors to spend big on breweries

Investments to modernise facilities and meet growing demand BREWER Molson Coors is to spend £75 million upgrading its brewery in Burton on Trent. The Carling …

Distiller puts the wheels in motion

DRINKS logistics firm JF Hillebrand has signed a new three-year deal with William Grant & Sons. The global deal means JF Hillebrand will provide in-house …

Crabbie’s in the black

HALEWOOD International has expanded its successful Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer brand with a higher strength variant for ‘ginger and ale …

Design Honours brasserie ethos

Food style influences Edinburgh restaurant’s interior, as Gillian McKenzie reports ITS name may be rooted in Scottish history, but the design of Edinburgh …

High VAT hitting tourism sector

BHA tells Prime Minister tax cut is needed to compete on world stage THE failure by the UK government to create the ‘right framework’ for tourism is …