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Cut-price supermarket alcohol offers have been branded irresponsible

Supermarkets 'just giving away' alcohol, says peer

Supermarkets that offer low price alcohol in promotions were dubbed irresponsible in a debate at The House of Lords earlier this week relating to changes to be made to the mandatory licensing conditions.

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Mixed reaction to Twitter-only beer tasting series

An online beer retailer has replaced the pub with the internet by conducting a series of ale tastings on Twitter.

Retired licensee praises LTC scheme designed to combat social isolation

A retired publican has praised the Licensed Trade Charity’s (LTC) Befriending Scheme, which offers friendship and support to ex-licensees.

Redtooth and The Nuts poker leagues merge

The UK’s biggest pub poker leagues have merged, bringing together a total of more than 250,000 registered players.

Jim Beam Maple launched

A maple-infused version of Jim Beam has been launched to tempt new drinkers into the bourbon category and to showcase the versatility of the spirit.

Oakman 'cautiously optimistic' for growth

Oakman Inns and Restaurants, the pub operator led by Peter Borg-Neal, saw like-for-like sales growth of 11.1% for Q1 of 2014/15 to 6 July as it negotiates on two new sites.

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