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Tennent’s names top apprentices

Winners look forward to placements in leading licensed businesses THE Tennent’s Training Academy has named its top two trainees after the organisation held …

Stirling hotelier buys Ardeonaig

Perthshire business joins Adamo portfolio THE company behind the Adamo hotels in Stirling and Bridge of Allan has bought Perthshire hotel and restaurant …

Revamp for Aberdeen hotel

WORK got underway last week on the latest stage of the root and branch refurbishment of what’s claimed to be one of Aberdeen’s oldest hotels. The second …

Cider harvest starts early

BRITAIN’S cider harvest got underway last week – a month earlier than usual. Warm spring weather is said to have kick-started the growing season which this …

A round with Andy

Rum is riding high now but it’s had an interesting journey, as Maxxium UK’s Andy Gemmell explains LINKED to everything from pirates to Piña Coladas, rum …

Snappy launch from Ardbeg

ARDBEG has just unveiled the latest of its annual limited edition whiskies. Described as the result of years of experimentation from the team at the …

Trade all set for the age challenge

MACLAY Inns pub Dram in Glasgow’s west end was the venue as the SBPA officially launched its Challenge 25 campaign earlier this month. Posters, badges, …

Win a wine of the month

WIN! This September CYT UK offers you the chance to win a new wine each month for the remainder of 2011. For October, November and December you can win a case …

Glasgow braced for test purchase drive

OPERATORS of bars and clubs in Glasgow are braced for a “marked increase” in test purchase visits from next month under a joint police and council effort …

Blends bolster Chivas’ sales

STRONG sales of Paisley-based Chivas Brothers’ blended Scotch whiskies are credited with helping the firm post “impressive” sales figures for the year to …