OnTrade Scotland Magazine January 2022

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WELCOME TO THE JANUARY EDITION OF ONTRADE SCOTLAND We hope you all had the best Christmas and New Year possible. The First Minister & Government have done nothing really to support our industry with anything other than token funding and by closing hospitality by the back door ...but what else did we expect? We listened to the FM’s address on the 21st of December with massive interest where we were asked to “limit contact & stay at home as much as possible”. Large scale events were effectively cancelled, Hospitality was reduced to table service for 3 weeks Indoor hospitality was asked to social distance between tables but again we soldier on. 2022 MUST be a positive year We all must pull together even more than ever to make sure that our industry & those within it move forward in the most positive way possible. The work being done by the trade bodies, venue owners, trade press and industry leaders is truly amazing & we thank all of you from the bottom of our hearts for this, only together can be be stronger. STRONGER AS AN INDUSTRY STRONGER AS INDIVIDUALS STRONGER TOGETHER As always thank you to all our commercial partners for your support & your support of the industry in their time of need we couldn’t do it without you. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this edition. AS ALWAYS STICK TOGETHER STAY POSITIVE STAY SAFE Here is to a far better 2022 for all of us. Justin Wingate Director at TopGunMedia For press enquires or advertising opportunists please call or email: Email: info@topgunmedia.co.uk Telephone: 0141 556 4111


Flight of The Raven


Draught.Online launches


The Mighty Kong


Dating the old-fashioned way


Industry News AT THE BAR - LISA JOINS THE ONTRADE FAMILY Please welcome our new co host Lisa Stockton to the #ontradefamily Lisa will be joining Justin from January in presenting AT THE BAR. She will be doing her best to keep Justin in line and with her experience in the hospitality industry of over 10 years she will also be bringing a perspective from those in the industry. Welcome to the family Lisa

SCOTLAND’S LICENSED HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY SHORT-CHANGED YET AGAIN “We believe that the funding of £66m to the hospitality sector announced today also includes cafes and takeaways – and even multinational fast-food outlets – well over 2,500 premises that certainly have not been affected directly by the PHS messaging to defer Christmas parties in Scotland’s pubs, bars and restaurants. “It is utterly indefensible for businesses which have not experienced the decimation that has been caused to the licensed hospitality sector at this vital trading period to receive the same level of support funding as those hit hardest by the recent ‘tsunami’ of cancellations. “How many cafes, takeaways and fast-food outlets had cancellations for Christmas parties? How many cafes, takeaways and fast-food outlets have seen business down 30% to 40% halfway through Christmas and New Year? How many cafes, takeaways and fast-food outlets have seen average losses of £65,000 per premises for December so far?

Colin Wilkinson, Managing Director, SLTA “The announcement by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to help the hospitality sector with a £100 million support fund, following the slew of cancellations experienced by operators after Public Health Scotland advised deferring Christmas parties until another time which was then endorsed by the Scottish Government, led the sector to believe that this financial support was to be focused on those most directly affected by the negative messaging and most in need of ‘aid’ – the licensed hospitality sector and the supply chain.

“In fact, most of these types of businesses, particularly multinational fast-food outlets, have ‘benefited’ from the Covid pandemic over the last two years. “Some independent operators within this sector may well need some support, but they were not specifically targeted with messaging that has crippled the licensed hospitality industry. “We still await the final detail of how the £66m fund for the hospitality sector will be divided up, but potentially a lot of Government funding will be misdirected to those far less in need of support than the battered and bruised licensed hospitality sector. “And, even worse, those who have benefited from the Covid pandemic may well be getting a ‘bonus’ from the public purse.”

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Brand News MAST-JÄGERMEISTER UK REVEALS THE SECRET IS ICE COLD campaign will support Mast-Jägermeister UK’s best-selling products, Jägermeister and Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee, in the run up to the crucial Christmas and New Year trading period. The timing is perfect as the Jägermeister brand is experiencing strong performance across the on- and off-trade as groups of friends have once again been able to celebrate together. As a result, Jägermeister is the fastest growing top ten on-trade brand delivering incremental sales opportunities for operators and retailers alike.[1] In the on-trade, the campaign will be visible digitally at the point of purchase with a range of interactive consumer elements, which will appear in the first half of next year. To ensure the perfect serve in outlet, Mast-Jägermeister UK continues to provide state-of-theart cooling equipment that delivers Jägermeister at its optimum temperature, -18C.

Mast-Jägermeister UK is launching a multi-millionpound national campaign, The Secret is Ice Cold, which reinforces Jägermeister’s perfect serve — an ice cold shot chilled to -18C, poured into a branded green frosted shot glass. The Secret is Ice Cold is initially being supported with out-of-home activity, across core social and digital platforms and a number of experiential events. The

Also in the new year, off-trade consumers will have the chance to win prizes via high-profile on-pack promotions across multiple pack sizes. This activity is not only designed to drive footfall in store, but also to incentivise consumers to keep Jägermeister in their freezers at home for informal celebrations and gettogethers with friends and family. Serving Jägermeister and Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee at -18C ensures the brand’s blend of 56 herbs, roots and botanicals is at its best. The chilling temperature accentuates the perfect balance of sweet, bitter and herbal flavours, creating a more viscous mouthfeel making for a smooth drinking experience.

BAR STAFF TRAINING BACKED BY THE NATIONAL BREWERS Cask Marque, with the support of the National Brewers, have created an e-learning training course for bar staff, “Beer Professional”. The purpose of the course is to improve the customer experience and give staff the knowledge to confidently recommend a beer brand or style to a guest and the opportunity to upsell and demonstrate their professionalism and knowledge. It also helps staff retention. In the first year the cost will be just £30+VAT covering 10 learners. The course takes 30 minutes and is available on a mobile, tablet or PC. It is a blend of video clips, theory, interactive exercises and a Check Your Knowledge test. When a member of the team passes this certificated course they join the Beer Pro Club and receive further opportunities to increase their knowledge and career prospects. 5

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Flight of the Raven T

he Raven nests on Renfield Street in the centre of Glasgow. Serving up a cracking selection of craft beer, cask ales, great food and Electric Darts! With up to 9 rotational beer taps at any one time you can look forward to local brews, offering up something different to try on each visit. They often change their beer and ale offer weekly based on what their customers demand, the season and the current industry trend. The food menu has been developed to enhance the relaxed feel of the bar. Customers can expect loaded burgers and fries much of which uses their signature meat which has been marinated, smoked and roasted. In 2019 they introduced their new Electric Darts game. So take their range of beers and menus, throw in this classic pub game and they’ve turned it into a new social phenomenon. With a huge number of game modes, the electric dartboards suit both beginners and experts. Or for those hoping for someone else to expend their energy you can watch an array of sport across our 3 Sky Boxes! It has been an incredibly difficult past 12 months, especially for Glasgow’s hospitality. When restrictions were easing across the rest of Scotland, Glasgow remained in higher restriction levels for weeks. However, we adapted to using all necessary safety precautions, to relying on a reduced team and supplier interruptions. Although these challenges have been met, the vibe remains positive, fun and customers are delighted to be back out. It was incredibly important for The Raven to ensure our customers felt safe, yet had a great time when visiting. 7

They invested in all suggested COVID-19 safety measures. As their safety measures are efficient and staff training is thorough there has been a real buzz around the place since getting back open. Welcoming regulars they hadn’t seen in a long time as well as lots of new faces it’s been great for staff and guest alike. Especially during the festive period, it has been great to see everyone having such a great time again after missing out last year! However, they do want to remind customers the pressure the hospitality industry is under from the government, supply issues and staffing. They do not want to see more restrictions (although at this point it seems inevitable.) The Raven would like to continue encouraging all customers to follow the rules which are there for their safety and that of the staff and to please remember to adopt the #bekind philosophy! The Raven have found customers are now looking for an experience when going out to be able to capture and share with friends. Social media plays a huge role in this. Hence why they have created experience led content. The staff have all been trained to ensure a welcoming, personable and memorable experience when visiting. They regularly host staff beer training sessions, as well as insider information about what’s happening in the craft beer world so that the team will be able to confidently explain all brews available. Cold Town Beer is the preferred beer of The Raven. It’s brewed in Edinburgh and regularly introduces fun and delicious seasonal brews to sit alongside their core range of Lager, NEIPA, White Chocolate Stout, Porn Star Martini

Ale, a Pride helles lager. Make sure you try out one of their Cold Town Beer Towers, which offers you the chance to order between 2-4-6 pints and then pour your own pints at your table (capturing the all-important Instagram experience.) Whilst nothing has been set in stone yet, they will begin by re-introducing their Tap Takeover events. Offering their beer loving community the opportunity to meet leading brewers, learn all about the beer and host lots of sampling sessions! They would also love to introduce some Electric Dart Tournaments for the hardcore ochey lovers. And hopefully could even welcome and compete with some professional dart players, Gary Anderson – interested? The Raven is becoming well known as a venue for hosting celebrations so if you’re planning an event, and restrictions allow, let the team know and you will have a memorable experience with friends and family. In 2022 they will bring back their Sunday Quiz Nights and watch this space, even host an open mic night! We hope that everyone had a cracking Christmas! Thank you to all our customers for their continued support. Thank you to our suppliers and a huge thank you to our staff; we couldn’t and can’t do it without you! We would like to highlight that we do have a private event space upstairs with a private bar for anyone looking for a central private space with the Electric Darts, simply call and ask to book The Nest! For any other enquiries, please contact us on; hellotheraven@theravenglasgow.com

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&C Group and the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) have collaborated to launch Draught.Online, a new series of training courses designed to champion best practice and quality within the industry.

Focusing on building knowledge, confidence, and techniques to take behind the bar or into any customer facing role, the assessed courses have been developed by industry experts and are available now at Draught.Online. Ideal for managers and service teams, the courses are designed for all abilities, serving as an introduction for beginners and as a refresher for industry veterans. The importance of quality dispense cannot be overlooked, with 77% of beer and cider drinkers saying they would leave a venue if served a poor-quality pint*, while 81% would return to a pub or bar having been served a goodquality pint*. Draught.Online has launched with three training courses, priced at £15 to £20, with more to be added throughout 2022. Each course has a series of modules and a final assessment where bartenders can test their knowledge before putting learning into practice. 1. The Dispense with Distinction course will give hospitality staff the knowledge they need to dispense beers and ciders with confidence, quality, and consistency. An essential for anyone working in or behind a bar, this will enable them to maintain quality of serve while

increasing customer satisfaction and profitability. 2. The Cider Making course will equip students with the knowledge needed to become a cider ambassador and the ability to educate customers and fellow colleagues on the history, types, and tasting notes of cider. 3. The Beer Brewing course will help learners educate customers on how beers are made and talk them through the unique tastes of each product. Keith Lugton, Master Brewer at C&C Group’s Tennent Caledonian Breweries, and course mentor for Draught.Online said: “Regular training in any role is critical, and with the launch of Draught.Online we hope to create an accessible, affordable platform for anyone working in our industry. “Having informed, assured staff gives customers a better experience in your outlet, while demonstrating knowledge of how products are made will allow your teams to upsell with confidence. Regular training is also a great way to keep your staff engaged and to show the value you place in them as colleagues.” Current C&C Group customers can speak to their account manager for further information.

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The Mighty Kong G

lasgow’s city centre has been looking for something fresh & exciting for a period of time to breathe new life into a deprived city famed for it’s style, nightlife & entertainment and the substantial investment in the Royal Exchange Square venue KONG has more than delivered. In a time of when positivity is in short supply celebrating investment in the industry as well as a stunning venue bringing a slice of luxury, class & theatre is very welcome. Stylish and spirited, KONG offers a drinking, lounging and nightlife experience that is truly unique. Innovative cocktails compliment an expertly curated soundtrack, and above all, the feeling of being at the heart of something vibrant. Beautifully divided, the venue features 2 stylish bars, 3 open-air terraces and a late night club. KONG offers a new experience, and the opportunity to touch luxury in every sense. The visual impact of the KONG main bar is one of style and elegance. Situated behind the Winter Terrace is The Salon, where things get more decadent. Centered by a large marble bar this is the cocktail boutique where creativity knows no bounds.


With its decadent design and lively all-day atmosphere, KONG is the kind of place that fits the times we live in: you’d pop by for a coffee, be seduced by the expertly crafted drinks list and then stay for the superb music. The venue makes up part of a landmark building in a beautiful City Centre location with incredible period features throughout. The opportunity to revitalise such a fabulous space was the main motivating factor. The response has been incredible to KONG both online and when guests visit the venue. The pandemic crisis upended our lives at dizzying speed and quite frankly, has been devastating for our industry. We knew the recovery process would be challenging as we embarked on opening a hospitality

business during these difficult times that we’re living in. The strength, courage and passion that the entire industry has shown over these last 20 months has been truly inspiring for us and we’re confident that the whole sector will flourish in 2022 and beyond. Our suppliers have been incredible right across the board in every department. At every turn they have delivered regardless of the difficulties and various obstacles which seem to be constant right now. They’re the unsung heroes of our trade. Next year we’ll be introducing a specially curated programme of guest bar takeovers. For our opening, it has been the drinks that have taken centre stage but we’re extremely excited to be introducing KONG Kitchen into Glasgow’s food and drink scene in 2022.

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I just want to meet someone the old-fashioned way. By Jade Birkin, Dating Consultant and Coach

So, we currently have an age group that haven’t experienced talking to people in bars and we have an age group that says, “No one talks in bars anymore!” It’s true. We dress up to go out and hopefully get a decent photo for our Tinder profile or for DMs on social media. With this in mind, I have noticed that when in a bar, if someone is at a table by themselves, say their friend has gone to the bar or to the bathroom, they are on their phones. None the wiser of who is at the table next to them. As a Speed Dating host, before the pandemic I witnessed how important it was for single people to talk to other singles. We are social animals and at the end of every speed dating night, everyone says “I had such a good time.” Since then, we’ve had the pandemic and the need for human interaction is stronger than ever. However, the concept of speaking to a stranger is scarier than it ever has been. So, can you talk to people in bars? Is there a chance of meeting a date in real life? YES, and here are some tips on how to start. • If you feel out of practice, then start with initiating general conversation when out. Ask the person making your latte or the person scanning your shopping how their day is. Even if you’re not attracted to them, it will show you how easy conversation is and boost your confidence for when you see someone you do want to talk to. • When you’re next having a quick drink with a friend, if they go to the bar or the bathroom, refrain from pulling out your phone and just look around and see who is there. • If you make eye contact with someone, even if you don’t fancy them, smile. • Uncross your arms to appear more approachable. “See her over there in the black. I’d swipe right” I heard a guy in his very early 20s slur to his friend while standing at a busy bar in Glasgow city centre. I suddenly felt my age and realised these kids have never experienced the chatting to someone in a bar and swapping numbers the way I did. Although, the next day text would depend on how much credit we had in our phone…

• Initiate conversation that can’t be ignored such as asking a person if they know any other good places nearby, what they’re drinking or even if they have the wi-fi password. They will always respond and how they respond will let you know their interest. Little acts like this will help build your confidence for talking in bars again. When you are ready to go out to intentionally meet people at bars, remember big groups and anything after 10pm is a no.

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t a time where the licensed and hospitality trade should be celebrating being open for the festive season and the anticipation of a new year and a fresh start, the trade is instead facing a raft of unknowns. This time last year the trade were facing restrictions. Unfortunately, as we write this there is no certainty on what the position will be over the Christmas period and into the New Year. This is a huge blow for the hospitality industry. The fact restrictions have been suggested but have not put in place creates additional issues. Worse than that, messages from government recommending people do not attend Christmas parties and do not socialise, but failing to put in place support for the trade is unhelpful and could lead to more licensed and hospitality premises closing, certainly more than need to. It is important to remember #weareinthistogether and that there are people and organisations to assist, from mental health and anxiety to the Ben and general licensed trade bodies. Gilson Gray is also here to support through this time. We will update the trade on an ongoing basis with interpretations and advice through January and beyond. If operators are unclear on what they can or cannot do, or if they are keen to try to expand outdoor areas or work within

Jo Millar Head of Licensing

the regulations to allow their premises to operate, please contact us. Our OnTrade email ontrade@gilsongray.co.uk will be checked throughout the festive break and into the new year. Going into the new year we may not be as positive as we had hoped but there are still things operators can do. It is important if licensed trade business are struggling that they do not assume they need to close their doors in the new year. There can be ways to restructure a business. It may be that there are different parts to a business and it is necessary for one to close, or even to just to change its method of operation and its focus. Even if operators have one premises there is no need to presume that needs to close. There are alternatives to just closing the doors. Agreements could be reached with creditors and landlords for payment plans for sums outstanding or concessions for rent payable during times of closure or restrictions. Partnerships could be formed which operators may not have thought of. We have clients who operate pubs which are traditional vertical drinking premises and have never considered a food offering. During the last couple of years their business has evolved and they have entered into a partnership with a food only operator. The two work together in harmony allowing food and alcohol to be served by the

Graham Millar Partner

Glen Gilson Managing Partner

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premises and allowing take away to be offered. As such it is important to consider all options and sometimes speaking to someone, like our Head of Licensing, Jo Millar, who can see the trade from a different angle can be really helpful. Jo is always happy to discuss ideas and give advice on how you can move forward positively with your business.

and could save you a fortune in avoiding future claims and absences.

At this stage we have no idea where the current Covid variations will take us. We thought furlough was a thing of the past but perhaps it is not. Despite the Scottish Government restrictions and other issues posed by Covid, we have also seen issues for the trade in obtaining staff. This is partly due to Covid restrictions on travel and partly due to Brexit restrictions on being able to employ and retain staff from abroad. This is a good time to consider your staffing needs going forward into the new year and identify whether you need to speak to Graham Millar in our employment department. We have seen recruitment agencies suggest various incentives and other incentives to secure and retain good staff. One of the best ways to ensure staff are clear on their rights and obligations, and that your business is protected from staff who may try to leave at short notice or from other employment issues arising, is to have contracts in place. Staff contracts are a vital part of your operation and even staff who are on zero hour contracts should have a written contract. These contracts should refer back to your handbook. All of this may sound expensive but it does not have to be. We have standard contracts tailored to the licensed trade and hospitality industry with accompanying handbooks which suit your business. These can be produced as a standard or, if you want a more bespoke contacts, these can be amended and tailored to your specific business

Our managing partner, Glen Gilson says “It has been so very difficult for licensed trade during the pandemic. The adversities faced cannot be overstated and the restrictions on optimised trading, especially into the festive season, remain a burden. However, for two reasons, I have faith that hospitality will bounce back. First, when a business is in difficulty there are often many things that can be done. These range from restructuring and banking options to negotiation with creditors and other measures. There is often a solution even when things seem so very tough. Second, we are ultimately a social animal. No medical phenomenon or social trend will defeat that fact. We need the licensed trade – it is part of what makes us function as a community. It is where people go to meet new people. It is where we celebrate. It is where we spend time with family and friends.”

All of this can be done on a fixed fee so, even where cash flow is a concern for business facing increasing restrictions and uncertainty, it is worthwhile picking up the phone to Jo or Graham and having a chat.

We have no idea where we will be, even by the time you are reading this in January, but one thing is for certain – we are all in this together. We have various options available to you and we can carry out an introductory business review for no fee to give you some food for thought. In the meantime please keep in touch or tell us what you would like to read in our article going forward. Contact us via our OnTrade email – ontrade@gilsongray.co.uk

The right advice has never been more important. We’re honoured to have been chosen as the exclusive partner of OnTrade Magazine Scotland. As one of Scotland’s full-service law firms we’re able to offer specialist legal, property and financial services. We’re here to help in a time when support and clarity are needed most – offering valuable advice and insight on everything from licensing, business financing, employment and real estate. Different people. Different approach. Different results. To find out more please call Jo Millar on 0141 370 8116 or email jmillar@gilsongray.co.uk




The King. Born and Bred. E S TA B L I S H I N G t h e K I N G i n t h e U N I T E D K I N G D O M

King of Cotton was established in the UK during April 1995,

Momentum gathered, and in 2003 the King of Cotton website

having been originally founded in the town of Gallarate,

was launched, making

Northern Italy in 1880 as ‘Re di Cotone’,

a wide range of quality

the Italian for 'King of Cotton’.

products available to all who desired

At that time, Re di Cotone was owned

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and run by Alceste Pasta. When Alceste


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family run the Italian business to this day and continue to supply outstanding cotton products throughout Italy to both retail and

King of Cotton is now the 'go to' supplier for corporations and

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households throughout Europe. There are branches in London, Paris, Brussels, Nice, Marbella and Warsaw. With nine outlets

It was in 1995 that Hector James Gauld,

across five countries, King of Cotton’s finest cotton products can

asked his brother in law, Paolo Pastorelli for

be found extensively across the continent both online and in store.

permission to use the King of Cotton brand in the United Kingdom with the aim of

By choosing King of Cotton, you can be sure that you’re in the

suppling Hotels with premium products, principally from Italy

best place for all your bedroom and bathroom requirements.

but also sourced from around the world.

Behind the name lies a legacy and heritage that goes back to Gallarate, in the foothills of the Italian Alps 140 years ago.

So began UK’s very own 'King of Cotton’. Over the years King of Cotton developed a reputation for providing high quality cotton

We pride ourselves in having the highest industry standards

products, at fair prices with a high level

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of service.

continuous efforts to improve on customer service

Demand grew across the Hotel sector

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customers with the highest

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vetted, sustainable suppliers.

Turning a hotel room into a master bedroom. We’ve always had an extensive range of high quality bedlinen for the Hotel trade. The Hotel Superior Egyptian 400 thread sateen bedlinen is widely used by five-star hotels due to its easy-care finish. It’s also ideal for heavy and frequent laundering. Other popular linen includes the Hotel Classic Egyptian 300 thread sateen and the Easy Care Luxury 300 thread Polycotton sateen bedlinen.

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