JD Wetherspoon has pledged to give extra weight to suppliers who can supply beers and other drinks in plastic bottles when considering new tenders, leading the way to glass-free bars in its Scottish outlets. Wetherspoon's Lloyd's No 1 venue in Glasgow now serves all draught and bottled products in plastic, and has halved its glass stocks. Only non-draught drinks, such as spirits or wine, are served in glass containers. Kenny Valentine, Wetherspoon's regional manager for Scotland, told the Morning Advertiser that while the move had originally been aimed at Glasgow, outlets across the rest of Scotland were likely to follow suit. "We don't think Glasgow is going to be a one-off, and as our biggest group of pubs in Scotland are in the city, this is something we're committed to," he said. Beer suppliers across the UK are currently re-tendering for their contracts and Wetherspoon's will look at their ability to supply in plastic versions. Eddie Tobin, chairman of the Bar Entertainment and Dance Association (Beda), and chair of Glasgow Nightclub Forum, said he welcomed the move. "Wetherspoon's is one of the most powerful groups in Britain," he said. "Anything that makes more products available, I support."