BrewDog, the Scottish brewer and pub operator, will open its first craft beer bottle shop tomorrow (25 April).
JD Wetherspoon is aiming to train all 32,000 of its front-line staff using the same programme as volunteers at the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
Falling alcohol consumption and rising costs may have contributed to a decline in violence across England and Wales, new research has suggested.
With just seven weeks to go until the World Cup, publicans are being urged to kick off their plans for the big event or face missing out.
Harveys, the East Sussex pub operator and brewer, has said it will be re-investing its £1.1m pre-tax profits for 2013 in refurbishing its existing pubs and selected acquisitions.
Milton Keynes could be the first town in the UK to face a second late-night levy proposal, after the first was narrowly rejected by its licensing committee last October.
Alternative finance provider Liberis is allocating £30m of new lending via business cash advances (BCAs) for the hospitality sector.
The “world’s first” 75.5% ABV spiced rum is about hit UK bars.
English winemaker Chapel Down saw profits slump from £414k to £68k last year but said strong beer sales and a good harvest in 2013 were reasons to be cheerful.
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