Sunday, June 16, 2019

The foot soldiers bringing drinks back-up to the pubs

IT’S often the simple things that are the most effective. In his role as one of Diageo’s 13 business development executives in Scotland, it’s Gary...

Bash is strictly for charity

HOSPITALITY charity HIT Scotland is tapping into Strictly Come Dancing fever with the entertainment at its forthcoming Christmas fundraiser. Guests at the HIT Christmas party,...

Cig firm shelters smokers

IMPERIAL Tobacco has embarked on a national campaign to improve facilities for smokers across the UK. The ‘smoking allowed’ activity will see the company provide...

New bar adds some spice

GLASGOW bar and restaurant owner Alan Tomkins has launched a new bar in Bath Street. Kuta, which takes its name from a spice town in...

Troon hotel reaches for the stars

LOCHGREEN House Hotel in Troon has been awarded five stars by tourism body VisitScotland. Part of the Costley & Costley Hotels’ portfolio, Lochgreen is set...

Put cost rises on hold, calls SGF

A GROUP representing the independent off-trade has called on the Scottish Government to do more to help the sector through the continuing economic malaise. The...

Brewer toasts impact made by cider

BREWING giant AB InBev reported its satisfaction with the progress made by its new cider brand in the UK as it posted its third...

City venues step up to bar again

GLASGOW bar and nightclub operators have been recognised for running safe and responsible venues in the city’s annual Best Bar None Awards. More than 80...

Highland lodge is top of the class

A HIGHLAND hotel has beaten competition from across the UK and Ireland to triumph at Conde Nast Johansens 2012 awards for excellence. Loch Ness Lodge...

Why we need a minimum price

THE case for minimum pricing was set out by Scotland’s top civil servant on alcohol before a major licensing conference in Glasgow last week. Addressing...