The search is now on for the best pubs in Britain in the Great British Pub Awards 2014.
A North Yorkshire publican has written to the Prime Minister warning him that village pubs will struggle to survive unless action is taken to address “crippling” and “ever increasing” business rates.
Significant numbers of publicans are struggling under the weight of worries about money, housing, family life and their health.
A poll carried out for the Campaign for Real Ale has shown most British drinkers think wine is a healthier tipple than beer.
Southampton City Council has voted to consult residents on the prospect of a late-night levy.
Trading in the first three months of 2014 has been broadly positive for operators, who are generally optimistic about the year ahead, a snap poll by the Publican's Morning Advertiser's sister title M&C Report has found.
SHS Drinks has ditched its Cuvana rum beer, to bring it under a revamped Dead Crow brand and is investing in a campaign, as it looks to get a bigger slice of the growing spirit beer (speer) category.
The licensee of freehold the Old Star Inn in Winsford, Cheshire and nine of his customers are heading to Rio in June after winning a competition organised by crisp brand McCoy's.
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