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Licensees will be able to check whether their suppliers are registered on a new online facility

Pubs trading with 'illicit' wholesalers could face 'signficant penalties', HMRC warns

Publicans who purchase stock from unregistered wholesalers could face “significant penalties” under new legislation designed to tackle alcohol duty fraud, HM Revenue & Customs has warned.

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Brakspear grows managed estate to four pubs

Brakspear, the brewer and pub operator, has added to its fledgling managed estate by bringing the Chequers in Marlow across from its tenanted and leased operation.

Pubcos ‘not fit’ to own music venues

Pubs and venues with a key focus on live music should be owned by the charity and arts sectors rather than large pub companies whose main interest is selling beer, according to a lobbyist.

BrewDog claims its new lager will solve binge drinking

BrewDog is launching a lager, in a move it claims will “reverse binge drinking.”

Bombardier promotion re-launched after support from Rik Mayall's family

Wells and Young’s has relaunched promotion of Bombardier, after seeking the support of Rik Mayall’s family.

Adnams appeals for wild hops to make new beer

Adnams has launched a Suffolk-wide appeal for donations of wild and garden hops and is urging beer lovers to report sightings of them growing to help create its new Wild Hop beer, due to be launched this autumn.

Enterprise to offer MatchPint discount to all its tenants

Enterprise Inns is rolling its partnership with MatchPint out across its estate after a successful trial.

Linking guest and staff feedback ‘a major opportunity’ for pub companies

Engagement with customers and employees is vital for operators but few companies consciously link the two together and more “joined up thinking” is needed, according to a survey of 93 senior executives from leading UK eating and drinking-out chains.

Shepherd Neame marks 25th anniversary of Faversham Hop Festival

Kent brewer and pub operator Shepherd Neame rolled a barrel of beer through the streets of Faversham last weekend to mark the 25th year of the town’s Hop Festival.

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