The latest news and developments concerning the pub trade from our team of dedicated industry journalists
19-Sep-2014 - The Association of Chief Police Officers’ lead on licensing has said efforts by the on-trade to tackle alcohol misuse have “barely scratched the surface” of the problem.
19-Sep-2014 - Greene King has donated £15,000 to Pub is the Hub for the second year running to support rural pubs who want to help their communities.
19-Sep-2014 - The man behind Enterprise Inns’ first managed site, the founder of Craft Beer Co and some of the brightest lights in the Brighton pub scene are among the speakers at next week’s MA300.
19-Sep-2014 - Young’s, the London-based pub company, is giving away free pints of its beer to celebrate its 183rd birthday.
18-Sep-2014 - Cask Ale Week (CAW) 2014 is almost upon us. Here is a rundown of what some brewers and pub companies have planned…
18-Sep-2014 - Punch Taverns has revealed the dates for its 2014 roadshows and urged tenants to take advantage of the special discounts and deals on offer.
18-Sep-2014 - Southampton City Council is the seventh local authority to rubber-stamp proposals for a late-night levy.
18-Sep-2014 - Upham Brewery has signed a three-year sponsorship deal with London Irish rugby club and wants publicans to share the benefits.
18-Sep-2014 - The Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) is reaching out to pubs and bars to help achieve a 2% cut in duty in the next budget.
18-Sep-2014 - Women in the hospitality sector were recognised in the 2014 Women 1st Shine Awards, which also inducted 17 businesswomen into the Women 1st Top 100 Club.
18-Sep-2014 - The Government is set to advise councils to include data such as A&E admissions and complaints about sleep deprivation or light pollution as evidence in licence reviews, the Publican’s Morning Advertiser understands.
18-Sep-2014 - Stonegate Pub Company has launched a student loyalty card that offers rewards for money spent on food and drink across its pubs.
18-Sep-2014 - Pubs dominated the growth in hospitality recruitment in the last quarter with a 50% hike, according to a new report.
17-Sep-2014 - The Cornwall project, currently holding residence at the Adam & Eve pub in east London, has won the Scotch Egg Challenge 2014 at an event run from the Ship pub in Wandsworth.
17-Sep-2014 - Government lobbying saved the pub industry £120m in the first six months of 2014, according to the ALMR.
17-Sep-2014 - The Luminar Group has won its appeal against an Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) ruling which said one of its clubs wrongly targeted a 12-year-old with promotional alcohol offers.
17-Sep-2014 - The Government’s consultation on restrictive covenants on pub sales is ‘outdated and irrelevant’, leading industry figures have claimed.
17-Sep-2014 - In the past year, publicans have been ordered to pay £180,000 through criminal convictions for illegally screening football games.
17-Sep-2014 - Total alcohol sales fell by 3% in the last year but value remained flat as customers drank less but increasingly opted for premium products, according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA).
17-Sep-2014 - Thousands of pubs could remain shut for longer than is necessary unless the Government removes temporary tenancy agreements from the new pubs code, senior industry figures have warned.
17-Sep-2014 - New research has shown that parents continue to wildly overestimate how many young people have tried alcohol, despite falling rates of underage drinking.
16-Sep-2014 - Pub campaigners and industry bodies will share a platform next month as they give evidence to the committee discussing the Government’s pubs code proposals.
16-Sep-2014 - More than 100 companies, including leading firms in the pub trade, have signed an open letter calling for an overhaul of the business rates system.
16-Sep-2014 - Pubs across Scotland have said business is booming as the independence campaign enters it final 24 hours.
16-Sep-2014 - With just two days to go until the Scottish referendum, one publican couple are making it very clear which side they are on.
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