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Building costs: pub operators are soon set to pay business rates and contribute to furlough costs despite no change to lockdown restrictions (image: Konstantin Balezin / Getty)

Pub bosses mourn lost summer

Pub bosses have warned they are in a “highly precarious position” with payments approaching despite continued trading restrictions.

Cider crisis? ‘Drinks are fashion and the hospitality industry needs propositions that hit the trends as a method of creating value,’ Cider is Wine’s Alistair Morrell says (Image:Getty Images/DenisMArt)

Cider still a ‘relatively underdeveloped’ category

Fruit cider flooding the UK on-trade just after the turn of the century saw sweet serves drench both bar tops and fridges – where they remain ubiquitous. The Morning Advertiser (MA) asks ‘have we hit peak cider?’

The Morning Advertiser Lock In podcast episode 28

The Lock In Podcast: Challenges keep on coming

The continuing issues around a potential delay to 'freedom day', no news on any support extensions and proposed plans around smoking bans outside pubs are top of the agenda in the latest episode of the podcast. The team is also joined by British...

Enter now: pubs can put themselves forward for the awards from today

2021 Great British Pub Awards entry is now open

This year’s Great British Pub Awards (GBPA) are back with a bang for 2021 and we’re looking for the best in the business to help celebrate and highlight how important pubs are to the country.

CVA approved: 'The approval of the CVA means we can look forward to strong growth and begin rebuilding the business on a positive financial footing,' Jillian MacLean, founder and CEO of Drake & Morgan said

Drake & Morgan CVA approved

London-based cocktail bar and restaurant group Drake & Morgan’s creditors have approved a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) – with 90% voting in favour of proposals.

Metered access: Users will be asked to give their email address and basic industry-specific demographics after consuming a certain number of articles within 30 days

The Morning Advertiser website is changing

Like many of the biggest media websites that have put journalism at the forefront of their strategy, we are implementing something called metered access – meaning users will be asked to register after consuming a certain number of articles within 30 days.

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