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David Cameron hints at third beer duty cut

David Cameron has hinted that the Chancellor will announce a third beer duty cut in the upcoming Budget.

Brewdog launches beer for "invalids & convalescents"

An 8.7% ABV IPA described as a beer of such intensity it is, “akin to injecting hops straight into your tongue with a needle,” has been released by none other than BrewDog.

People News

New editor of the PMA revealed

The Publican’s Morning Advertiser is pleased to announce the identity of its new editor – Ed Bedington.


Pub hosting election debates sees trade hike

A publican committed to bringing politicians to the people said trade increased by 3,000% after he hosted the first in a series of hustings-style debates ahead of the general election.


Pub industry 'could be nationalised by 2020'

The pub industry could be “on its way to nationalisation by 2020” if anti-pubco campaigners continue to lobby for more statutory regulation, a research fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs predicted.

Future Pub Conference

Tom Kerridge: 'Food-led pubs with personality the future'

“The future of pubs will be food-led,” claims Tom Kerridge, owner of three-time Budweiser Budvar Top 50 Gastropubs winning pub the Hand & Flowers, in Marlow.

Diageo unveils the "bottle of the future"

The bottle of the future, which it is claimed will “completely change the role of the bottle in the consumer experience,” has been unveiled by Diageo for its Johnnie Walker whisky brand.

Shepherd Neame managed sales up 6.8%

Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, has recorded managed house like-for-like sales up 6.8% for the 26 weeks to 27 December 2014.