Soft drinks giant Britvic, the manufacturer of products including Pepsi, will pass the cost of the sugar levy on to its customers, GB managing director Paul Graham has confirmed.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has confirmed the Government will support an amendment that will make it harder for big chains and developers to buy out individual pubs.
Coffee shops are set to outnumber pubs by 2030 becoming “the new local”, according to a new report.
Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) will introduce new wine brand The Skinny Fizz across a large segment of its pub estate next month.
Craft beer and ale is now the top tipple of choice among British women according to a survey conducted on behalf of Nicholson’s Pubs.
The MP for Dover and Deal, Charlie Elphicke, said he would speak to ministers about the issue of soaring business rates after a group of publicans from his constituency wrote to him to highlight their concerns.
London pub company Fuller’s has revealed this year's finalists for its in-house Chef of the Year competition.
UKIP MEP Bill Etheridge has accused developers NewRiver of “dirty tricks” after it lodged plans to demolish a Dudley pub.
Inspired by the surge in popularity of gin, Yorkshire is set to receive its ‘first gin bar’ and distillery next month.
Asahi UK-owned craft brewer Meantime is launching a limited edition double IPA based on the DNA of its lead brewer.
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Almost half of customers would not return to a pub if they had been served poor quality coffee there, according to exclusive research by UCC Coffee UK & Ireland.The survey of 750 consumers, carried out by Allegra World Coffee Portal, on behalf of the total coffee solution supplier, revealed 44% of consumers would be put off returning to a pub if the coffee was bad.Yet, 41% of those asked said they would buy more coffee from pubs more often if the quality was better.More than a quarter (28%) of those asked said they would visit a pub or bar for their morning coffee rather than a high street coffee shop if they opened earlier.