SUBSCRIBE

Top Headlines

Planning

Carlton Tavern demolition: 'Let this be a lesson' to developers

The battle to rebuild the Carlton Tavern has not been won yet, but the latest order to rebuild the pub brick by brick should act as a deterrent for developers looking to 'abuse' the system, according to the director of planning at Westminster City Council.

Carlton Tavern demolition: 'Let this be a lesson' to developers
Health and safety

'Pest infestation' forces Wetherspoon's to shut

The William White pub in Nuneaton has closed its doors following a pest control problem - but pubco JD Wetherspoon is unsure when the pub will reopen.

Technology

BrewDog to host PokéDog pub crawl

BrewDog has jumped on the Pokémon Go bandwagon and introduced a pub crawl in conjunction with the augmented reality game.

CAMRA

"We don’t believe every pub should remain open." - Interviewing CAMRA's Tim Page

CAMRA is in the middle of one the biggest upheavals in its 45-year history. Chief executive Tim Page reveals all.

Late-night levy

Hackney Council considers late-night levy

A consultation into whether to introduce a late-night levy in the borough was approved by council this week.

COFFER PEACH BUSINESS TRACKER

Pub chains outperform casual dining despite 'sluggish' growth

Pub chains outperformed casual-dining establishments in June largely thanks to Euro 2016 screenings.

Awards

ALMR opens Late Night Award nominations

The Association of Licensed Multiple (ALMR) has opened this year’s nominations for its Late Night Awards, which reward the best in the late-night sector business.

Football

David Beckham takes to the pub in Sky Sports' advert for the new season

The former England captain is found caught in the midst of the boozy celebrations of Middlesbrough fans in the 60-second advert

On the market

Award-winning Greenwich pub comes on the market

The Pelton Arms, which has played host to Frank Sinatra, Phil Daniels and the band Squeeze, is available on a leasehold basis

Drink deconstructed

Rum cocktail: The Queen’s Park Swizzle

The Queen’s Park Swizzle dates back to 1920s Trinidad, but rising interest in rum and the desire for long cool drinks during summer, puts this mojito-style drink on trend.

Promoted Content

By Sky Business

Content Provided by Sky Business

Sky Sports bring the best of, Cricket, F1 and Golf this summer of sport

Come rain or shine, we can rely on sport to deliver a dramatic summer. Pubs and bars can complement live coverage of the Olympics with an epic summer of cricket, F1 and golf.

By Molson Coors

Content Provided by Molson Coors

From tin tankards to Smooth Pour Glasses: How the pint glass has evolved over the years

From 10-sided glasses to Noniks and now Cobra’s new Smooth Pour Glass – the humble pint glass has certainly come a long way over the decades.

By Unilever Food Solutions

Content Provided by Unilever Food Solutions

Hellmann’s launches Grilltopia campaign to help pubs find burger heaven

Burgers have been booming for years – and the trend is showing no signs of going anywhere. Over the last year, almost 13% of main meals eaten out of home featured a burger . But in today’s highly competitive market, the traditional pattie and bun doesn’t always cut it.

By Red Bull

Content Provided by Red Bull

Make it Perfect with Red Bull and Give Your Profits Wings

Research by Red Bull suggests that by ensuring pubs deliver the perfect serve every time, they can increase sales by up to 21%. Achieving this is simple, it comes down to just four steps