You asked: Can you buy alcohol in supermarkets in Scotland?

What time do supermarkets sell alcohol in Scotland?

Between 10am and 10pm, alcohol can be purchased in shops and supermarkets in Scotland. Some shops in Scotland may also choose only to sell alcohol from 12.30pm as well.

Can you buy alcohol 24/7 supermarkets?

The majority of Tesco Superstores and Tesco Extra stores that open 24 hours are licensed to sell alcohol 24 hours, however, in some parts of the country there are 24 hour Tesco supermarkets that aren’t licensed to sell alcohol around the clock.

Where can you buy alcohol in Scotland?

In Scotland, alcohol can be sold between the hours of 10am and 10pm in supermarkets. For 16 days, starting on Friday, October 16, all pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes must operate on a daytime-only basis, from 6am to 6pm.

When can I buy alcohol in Tesco Scotland?

Scottish stores and supermarkets can only sell alcohol between 10am and 10pm Monday to Sunday although core hours can very occasionally be extended or reduced by the local licensing board.

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Can you drink alcohol and drive in Scotland?

Current drink drive limit

The current limit is: 22 microgrammes (mcg) of alcohol in 100 ml of breath. 50 milligrammes (mg) of alcohol in 100ml of blood. 67 milligrammes (mg) in 100 ml of urine.

Can you drink in pubs in Scotland?

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Can you buy alcohol before 10am in Scotland?

You can buy alcohol in a supermarket from between 10am and 10pm each day. … There are no 24-hour alcohol sellers in Scotland, unlike England and Wales.

Why can’t you buy alcohol after 10pm in Scotland?

The reason is quite simple: sadly there aren’t any 24 hour off licences in Scotland due to Scottish alcohol licensing regulations, which don’t allow the sale of alcohol 24 hours a day in Scotland. Since 2005, off licences (supermarkets, convenience stores, petrol stations, alcohol delivery services etc.)

Do shops stop serving alcohol at 10?

For off-licences (including supermarkets), alcohol can be sold at these hours: Monday to Saturday from 10:30am to 10:00pm.

Can you buy alcohol after 6pm Scotland?

In Scotland alcohol can be sold between the hours of 10am and 10pm. Pubs and clubs are different and can stay open until the early hours if they are granted a licence. There are no 24 hour alcohol sellers in Scotland, unlike England and Wales.

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Can a 14 year old drink alcohol in a pub?

It is against the law for anyone under 18 to buy alcohol in a pub, off-licence, supermarket, or other outlet, or for anyone to buy alcohol for someone under 18 to consume in a pub or a public place.