If ever something was a depressing sign of the times, look no further than the Earl David Hotel in Coaltown of Wemyss.
A confrontation between two people in a bar quickly turned into a mass brawl, police have said.
‘We really do just love Tennent’s’: Dundee lager lovers fighting to replace Carling with Scots tipple at student union
A beer-loving city student group is campaigning to bring its favourite brew back to campus.
A fairer system of calculating business rates needs to implemented before Fife’s bar and restaurant industry is crippled, a local MSP has been told.
Plans to give so-called “tied” pubs more choice over what they sell have secured cross-party backing at Holyrood.
The majority of licensed premises in Scotland have reported a fall in festive trading.
Pub group Greene King has said it notched up another sales record on Christmas Day, but revealed a hit to trading from snow disruption.
JD Wetherspoon said profits were ahead of expectations after better-than-expected sales, but warned that “significant costs” would weigh on its performance over the remainder of the year.
Marston’s has said it will take a £1 million profit hit after snow storms slowed the flow of customers to its pubs.
Retailers, hospitals, pubs and schools were among those dealt a hammer blow this year when the first business rates revaluation for seven years left many facing crippling bill hikes.