The majority of the British public supports a cut or freeze in beer duty and say they delay visiting a pub until pay day because they cannot afford it – that’s according to a new YouGov poll commissioned by the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA).
A Staffordshire licensee who has been overpaying on his water bill for 20 years has spoken of his fury after being told he will only receive a refund for one year’s worth of payments.
Apprenticeships are fast gaining popularity in the pub trade and there are myriad benefits for licensees taking on apprentices. Helen Gilbert reports
An increasing number of pubs could be forced to close if the Home Office’s proposal for locally-set licence fees is implemented, the Manchester Pub & Club Network has warned.
Pub operators are becoming increasingly web savvy but are “resistant” to new payment method technology, according to new research.
Californian craft brewer North Coast brings several of its beers to the UK for the first time, including its Thelonius ale and Old Rasputin Imperial Stout. Plus, Castle Rock releases Traffic Street Specials, Joules Brewery launches a spring special and a gourmet take in a Rauchbier.
The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) is set to launch two pilot schemes aimed at getting young jobseekers into work.
A Bristol pub is giving film fans the opportunity to watch their favourite movie on the big screen with the launch of a ‘Bring Your Own’ night.
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