Jacques Borel has admitted that withdrawing alcohol from his fight to cut VAT may be a ‘realistic concession’.
BrewDog, the Scottish brewer and pub operator, will unveil 16 unique collaboration beers at its second annual craft festival on Saturday (25 October).
New Government guidance has told councils they can consider zoning and staggering closing times, despite expressly advising against the policies 10 years earlier
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) says it is confident that pub businesses will be ready for the introduction of the food allergen labelling legislation in December.
New powers have come into force which make it easier for police and local authorities to force a pub to shut immediately and restrict access to the premises.
A Swansea licensee has installed a self-service bar in his pub, so customers can beat the queues and pour their own pints.
The isle of Arran Brewery has opened a company in the US to facilitate its imports into the country.
Spirit Pub Company has announced that it is willing to recommend a revised takeover offer from Greene King of approximately 109.5p, which values the company at c£700m.
The licensee of the Pattenmakers Arms in Derbyshire has handed her keys back to Enterprise Inns, seven months after reaching a new five-year agreement with the pubco.
Wells & Youngs and Hook Norton have signed up to a new packaging compliance scheme from the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), to cut the cost of waste.
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