Four pubs in England have been ordered by the High Court to each pay the Premier League costs for breaching copyright by making unauthorised broadcasts of Premier League football in their pubs.
The Licensed Trade Charity (LTC) is urging publicans to reach out to a former colleague or friend who is on their own this Christmas.
A study has found that consumers are ignoring drinking guidelines because of a lack of scientific basis and because of the disconnect between official advice and average lifestyles.
J2O is to be boosted by a £2.3m campaign with the slogan, “There’s Joy In the Blend”.
Licensees are getting into the jungle spirit with bushtucker trials following the launch of ITV's latest season of the long-running reality show, 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here'.
The Government has accepted MPs’ decision to vote for a market rent only clause for tied tenants in the pubs code and will not seek to challenge it.
Greene King employees have raised £125,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning this year.
A Lake District brewery claims it is the first in the UK to launch a mobile and tablet ordering app for publicans.
Slug & Lettuce has updated its brunch menu and begun rolling it out across all of its sites as part of its evolution of the brand.
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