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Competition time: here are the six contenders for Punch Pub of the Year

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Meet the finalists for Punch Pub of the Year

By The Morning Advertiser

With the Great British Pub Awards just days away from announcing and celebrating some of the best bars in the business, we take a look at some of the finalist that are in the running to take home some silver. Today it’s the turn of the bars that are competing...

Scotland relief: businesses 'need reassurance now, in this third lockdown, that the Government still has their back and is invested in them – as the Scottish Government has done,' chief executive of the Scottish Beer & Pub Association and the British Beer & Pub Association, Emma McClarkin, says

Business rates relief extended in Scotland

By Emily Hawkins

Business rates relief will be extended for Scottish pubs for an initial three months as Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been urged to enable a further extension for all pubs.

When do Glasgow pubs open?

Scottish pubs in 'stranglehold'

By Emily Hawkins

Pubs in the central belt of Scotland have been dealt another blow, with their closure period extended by a further week.

Pub Awards: Best Partnership finalist - CC Blooms, Edinburgh

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Pub Awards: Best Partnership finalist - CC Blooms, Edinburgh

By MA

Having enjoyed many years as Edinburgh’s most famous gay nightspot, CC Blooms was, understandably, feeling a little jaded when experienced licensees Mitch Stark and Tim Douglas took on the leasehold of the Punch Taverns site in 2008.

How many G&Ts could you drink? Edinburgh Gin can produce gin for 2.5m a year

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Edinburgh Gin launches 2.5m G&T distillery

By Nicholas Robinson

Edinburgh Gin’s new Port of Leith-based distillery, which has been built on the site of a former biscuit factory, will be able to produce enough gin for 2.5 million G&Ts a year.

Bruce Taverns set to grow

Bruce Taverns set to grow

By John Harrington

Bruce Taverns, the Edinburgh-based multi-site operator, is looking at small groups of tenanted pubs and single-site acquisitions as it looks to expand its current 18-strong estate over the next few years.

Black Sheep control goes to son Rob

Black Sheep control goes to son Rob

The founder of Masham-based Black Sheep Brewery, Paul Theakston, has handed over the reins of day-to-day control to his son Rob Theakston.