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National Living Wage

Hourly pay in hospitality industry above national living wage

Thousands of workers in the UK hospitality industry are being paid more than the national living wage (NLW), according to a new study. 

Survey results: hospitality wages 'higher than NLW'

Scotland backs minimum alcohol pricing

Minimum alcohol pricing plans have been backed by the Scottish courts, to the dismay of the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR), which slammed the move


Carlsberg adds gluten-free craft lager to premium portfolio

Carlsberg UK adds its gluten-free Czech lager Celia to its premium beer portfolio next month (Tuesday 1 November)


Post-Brexit boost for pub turnover and pub property viewings

Reports from both Fleurets and CGA Peach have shown that the pub industry is burgeoning despite the UK's vote to leave the European Union


Michelin star pub chef Josh Eggleton to open site with ex-Butcombe director

Michelin star-winning chef Josh Eggleton has taken over a new pub in Bristol with the former director of Butcombe Brewery, Guy Newell


Shepton Mallet cider mill saved after buyout

A Somerset cider mill that was earmarked for closure will remain open, it has emerged.

Publican Awards

Publican Awards winner's story - St Austell - Best new site

St Austell reflects on winning Best New Bar/Pub Site earlier this year at The Publican Awards


CAMRA calls on member votes for Champion Beer of Britain

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has called for its members to vote for their favourite local brews to win the jewel in the real ale crown, the Champion Beer of Britain

The Fellowship Inn

Sir Henry Cooper’s Bellingham training pub undergoes £4m restoration

The Fellowship Inn, where heavyweight boxer Sir Henry Cooper lived and trained ahead of his fight against Muhammad Ali in 1963, is to undergo restoration thanks to a £4m restoration programme


Enterprise: Swansea landmark gets £270k refurb

Swansea’s landmark Adelphi Hotel is to reopen ahead of the festive season after undergoing a £270,000 refurbishment.