This morning, SABMiller, which owns brands such as Peroni, Grolsch, Fosters and, more recently, Meantime accepted “in principle” an offer from brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev, which owns brands including Stella Artois, Budweiser, Corona and Goose Island.
Pete Brown discovers why the difference between a bar and a pub is becoming less relevant as venues like award-winning Purecraft proves being both is a way of enticing all types of custom.
The Publican's Morning Advertiser takes a look at pubs hitting the headlines for good, bad, and downright weird.
Welsh fans are outraged by a Cardiff pub which decided to show England’s dead rubber in the Rugby World Cup rather than Wales’ first successful qualification to a major football tournament for 57 years.
The board of SABMiller has accepted a £68bn takeover bid by AB InBev.
Moorhouse's MD claims he doesn't know what the future holds for the traditional pub.
This week's city digest includes Punch's new regional ops director, Fuller's pizza plans and Westons cider.
A famous Liverpool pub that has played host to a galaxy of music, TV and film stars is up for sale.
Brits binge drink more than any other country, according to a new poll.
Proposals criticised across the industry.
£495,000.00 - Freehold
LOCATIONYe Three Fyshes enjoys an excellent location within the pleasant sought after village of Turvey...
£699,000.00 - Freehold
LOCATIONThe Red Lion is located in the village of Stretham approximately 5 miles south of Ely and 11 miles...
£899,000.00 - Freehold
The Lion Hotel lies within the heart of Buckden, a busy thriving village just off the A1 and close to the junction of...