David Cameron has hinted that the Chancellor will announce a third beer duty cut in the upcoming Budget.
A Brighton pub is celebrating winning a battle to keep its opening hours, after police took it to review for not trading like a restaurant.
A Liverpool pub has opened its own library and community centre after launching an appeal to locals for any unwanted books.
The Chesham Arms in Hackney, east London, and The Wellington in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, are the latest pubs to be issued immediate Article 4 Directions, following long-standing campaigning from locals.
Molson Coors has re-launched its wholesale business, dropping the ‘wholesale’ positioning from its new brand identity and instead replacing it with: ‘Molson Coors – Service. Choice. Trust.’
Publicans in Warrington, Cheshire, have escaped revocations of their licences after it was found police presented contradictory and misleading evidence at review hearings.
In 10 years’ time we could see a market dominated by the largest international brewers, reducing customer choice, says Neil Morgan, director and national head of pubs at Christie + Co
Future pub market growth will come as pubs “reinvent their mojo” and increasingly meet the needs of a wider range of customers.