An Enterprise Inns tied tenant is set to hold a ‘draught wake’ at the beginning of June to mark the end of the pub selling draught beer.
A ground-breaking case that is believed to cost Westminster City Council £2m could limit the scope of fees which licensing authorities will be able to charge under the Licensing Act 2003.
Britvic is investing in the largest sampling campaign to date for its Lipton Ice Tea brand.
A remote Oxfordshire village pub is celebrating after being crowned Tourism Pub of the Year by VisitEngland.
Adverts promoting alcohol brands could face legislation after Ofcom said it would ask advertising regulators to review the rules that limit their exposure to children.
Campaigners hoping to save south-east London pub the Porcupine have received a boost after Bromley Council refused to rubberstamp its demolition.
Pubs in Woolwich are facing continued disruption following yesterday’s attack in which a young soldier was brutally murdered outside the Royal Artillery Barracks.
Licensees are expecting a bumper start to the Bank Holiday today (Friday 24 May) with new research revealing that 'Beer O’clock' strikes at 5:42pm – the moment when lager loving Brits enjoy their first drink of the weekend.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is urging pubs to sign up to a newly-launched Pubs & Charity campaign in conjunction with PubAid to be run throughout July.
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