Marston’s has agreed to buy the trading operation of Daniel Thwaites’ beer division for £25.1m.
Pub operators on the Government’s latest National Minimum Wage ‘name and shame’ list express anger and concern. Noli Dinkovski reports
Magistrates could hand out unlimited fines for offences under the Licensing Act 2003, following the removal of a cap on maximum penalties.
The Campaign For Real Ale’s AGM will see policy discussions on the promotion of bottle-conditioned ale, an objective definition of a pub and action against late-night levies — but there is no place for a debate on so-called ‘beer sexism’ after a motion calling on campaign chiefs to take action...
Pubs and restaurants risk losing out in the 2017 rating revaluation as the Uniform Business Rate (UBR) is likely to be set at 50p in the pound, a property advisor has warned.
Controversial television presenter Jeremy Clarkson has announced he will be moving from cars to bars, following the BBC’s announcement they would not be renewing his contract.
Carlsberg UK has launched an advertising campaign for Export on the back of consumer research that shows a preference for the taste of the bottled beer over its nearest rival, Stella Artois.
Clifford, who is chef patron of acclaimed Cambridge eatery Midsummer House, bought the freehold of the Flitch of Bacon, in Little Dunmow, for £300k with an eye to re-opening it in under five months after a £500k refurbishment.
TV duo the Hairy Bikers will launch a new BBC series on the ‘pubs that built Britain’ this summer.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has today launched its fourth Community Pubs Month, in partnership with the Publican’s Morning Advertiser, to boost footfall in pubs and remind customers just what makes having a local pub so valuable.