Saturday, January 16, 2021

Regulars

Regular articles and general news

Beer: finding the perfect Balance

MOLSON Coors has launched a new initiative designed to advise publicans, bar owners and staff on ways to maximise their beer range

Act now to comply with data changes

New regulations on storing and using customer information will have major implications for hospitality businesses, writes Brian McCulloch.

Slice of Brazilian life for Glasgow

AUTHENTICITY is the name of the game at Glasgow’s newest Brazilian restaurant. Viva Brazil, on the city’s Bothwell Street, is modelled on a traditional Brazilian...

Recovery hopes as failures fall

Trade administrations drop to lowest rate in five years, new survey claims A SIGNIFICANT fall in business failures last year has sparked hopes that the...
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Fans flock to Caledonian

EDINBURGH’s Caledonian Brewery invited beer fans to a special tasting event this month. Consumers were invited to the beer tasting, which took place during Cask...

Bring me sunshine

AN East Lothian licensee has organised a kilted golf day to raise funds for charity. Neil Forbes, who runs The Tyneside Tavern in Haddington, is...

Entertainment fee consultation open in Aberdeenshire

Local authority seeks views ahead of proposed fee structure reform ABERDEENSHIRE Council has opened a consultation seeking views on a proposed fee structure for a...
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Scottish beers are in the mix

BEERS from two Scottish breweries have made the cut in Sainsbury’s Great British Beer Hunt. Alloa-based Williams Bros Brewing Co took three of the top...

South west business battles for survival

The owners of three licensed venues in Wigtown are facing financial meltdown – after being stripped of vital weekend trading hours back in March. Sinead Farrell and Derek Hart told SLTN they have endured a severe downturn at the Crown Hotel in Newton Stewart since the licensing board cut its trading hours from 2am to 1am on Friday and Saturday nights.

Scottish cuisine is on the menu

Food and drink in spotlight as Glasgow 2018 Food Charter is launched