Trump is so wrong to can our national drink
Call for Irn- Bru to return to Turnberry
Last week we broke the news that Trump Turnberry have stopped selling the nation’s favourite soft drink, Irn- Bru.
The hotel claim that the famous beverage leaves stains in the carpets that are difficult to remove.
We hit the streets to find out what people in Ayr High Street thought about the move.
Anne Bryden, 66, of Ayr said: “Jamesie Cotter would not be amused – he was a Rab C. Nesbitt character who always had Irn- Bru.
“I don’t drink fizzy juice, but I disagree with this decision.
“What about red wine? Surely the hotel have enough money to get more cleaners.”
Elizabeth Forrester, 71, of Ayr said: “They should really still be selling it. I don’t think it’s right as it’s Scotland’s national drink.
“I’m a big fan and I have never had a problem cleaning it.”
Tam Lamont, 64, of Kirkconnel said: “It’s our national drink and a huge part of our heritage.
“I am a fan of it and have never had a bother with cleaning it.
“It seems ridiculous to ban the drink.” Jacqui Lamont, 64, of Kirkconnel said: “It’s wrong to ban such a drink.
“At the end of the day it’s people’s choice in what they drink, and we pride ourself that the country is a freedom of choice nation.
“I have never had a bother with the stains so it’s poor that this has come about.
They should still sell it. It’s not right... it’s Scotland’s national drink