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Previous experience: Gareth Bath counts BrewDog and Chapel Down as former workplaces

Ex-BrewDog and Chapel Down boss joins Distill

Ex-BrewDog and Chapel Down managing director Gareth Bath has been appointed as the boss of Distill Ventures – a business that gives entrepreneurial companies a foot up in the hospitality world.

Monty Python is what Terry Jones is best known and loved for, but there's a side of his life that we don't hear much about, and a claim to fame with...

A pint with Terry Jones

After Welsh actor and writer Terry Jones' agent revealed that the Monty Python star died on 22 January at the age of 77, MA looks back at a conversation from 2008 encapsulating CAMRA member Jones' love of beer and brewing.

On the up: 2019 saw Five Points' cask beer sales soar

Five Points doubles cask sales

London brewer The Five Points Brewing Company has reported a year of growth in 2019, more than doubling its cask beer sales.

Evolution, not revolution: innovation always comes from the freehouse sector, says Stephen Owens of Christie & Co

Innovation to continue from freehouse sector in 2020

While Stephen Owens – managing director, pubs and restaurants at Christie & Co – predicts that the freehouse sector will continue to grow and offer a source of diversity in the on-trade, he forecasts evolution rather than revolution in 2020.

Category growth: CGA research suggests a third of consumers tried a low or no-alcohol product in the last six months of 2019

What do pub-goers want to see on drinks menus in 2020?

Whether it is introducing a new range, cutting down on variants that don’t sell or lining up the latest in no and low-alcohol options, it’s time to review your drinks list and target your customer base better this year.

Site closures: Revolution claims it will open more sites this year (image: Evelyn Simak, Geograph)

More sites next year says Revolution boss

Revolution Group chief executive Rob Pitcher has confirmed the bar chain still aims to open new sites in the near future after closing a handful of underperforming venues.

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