A three-year-old boy managed to drive his father’s car down two 30ft embankments and into a pub garden – but walked away with just a bump to the head.
The rate of underage drinking has fallen to its lowest level since records began more than a quarter of a century ago, according to official government figures.
Liverpool City Council’s licensing committee has granted a consultation on implementing a late-night levy.
The Independent Family Brewers of Britain (IFBB) this week described the Government's pubs code proposals as "an insult to the way we do business". Fair Pint campaigner, Simon Clarke, says they have nothing to worry about if they are treating tenants fairly.
Fuller’s, the London-based brewer and pub operator, has reported “strong trading” across all divisions with a 7.3% rise in like-for-like sales in its managed pubs and hotels division for the 16 weeks to 19 July 2014.
Campaigners hoping to save a Brighton pub will find out today (25 July) whether they have successfully defended an appeal by the owner of the property to have its Asset of Community Value (ACV) status overturned.
Marston’s has reported a 4.1% rise in like-for-like sales in its Destination and Premium arm for the 41 weeks to 19 July, with the company describing the impact of the World Cup as “broadly neutral”.
A new report claims that half of publicans are unaware of the new allergen law that comes into force in December.
Mitchells & Butlers has reported flat like-for-like sales in its third quarter (14 weeks to 19 July) – with a 0.6% rise in food sales offset by a 0.5% decline in drinks.
The ongoing popularity of Italian lager Peroni has driven a 23% lift in UK net revenues for brewing giant SAB Miller, in the first quarter of the year.
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