Pubs in Woolwich are facing continued disruption following yesterday’s attack in which a young soldier was brutally murdered outside the Royal Artillery Barracks.
Campaigners hoping to save south-east London pub the Porcupine have received a boost after Bromley Council refused to rubberstamp its demolition.
An Enterprise Inns tied tenant is set to hold a ‘draught wake’ at the beginning of June to mark the end of the pub selling draught beer.
Licensees are expecting a bumper start to the Bank Holiday today (Friday 24 May) with new research revealing that 'Beer O’clock' strikes at 5:42pm – the moment when lager loving Brits enjoy their first drink of the weekend.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is urging pubs to sign up to a newly-launched Pubs & Charity campaign in conjunction with PubAid to be run throughout July.
Keith Knowles, chairman of the Perceptions Group, has urged more of the industry to come on board and support the scheme.
Pubs should brace themselves for a busy bank holiday weekend, if figures from a customer survey are anything to go by.
Food and drink wholesaler Booker aims to hit £6bn in sales and become the UK’s leading wholesaler following its merger with Makro.
Licensees have just a week left to get their entries in for the BT Sport Great British Pub Awards 2013, organised by the Publican's Morning Advertiser.
Heineken is rolling out a new look for its Mexican lager brand Sol.
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