According to the Cotswold-based brewer, Trade Together has already visited three Hook Norton pubs and found substantial savings in each.
It is also in the process of securing preferential prices for heating oil, which it says will result in “substantial savings” to tenants without mains gas.
Operations manager Bruce Benyon said Hook Norton was committed to providing the best value possible to its tenants.
“Trade Together have already met a small group of our tenants and their bespoke service was able to provide significant savings in different areas.
“They are already working on product areas that are significant cost lines to many of our businesses, and I am sure they will be able to improve even further on the excellent terms our tenants already receive.”
Trade Together director Stephen Clarke said his business seeks to deliver purchasing support in the areas that are important to individual pubs.
“We see our service as big enough to deliver strong deals but small enough to allow us to look at bespoke offers in specific areas that also make a real difference across the Hook Norton estate.”