All news articles for October 23, 2015

Are these the prettiest Enterprise pubs?

Are these the prettiest Enterprise pubs?

By Emily Sutherland

Over 400 green-fingered publicans entered this year's Enterprise Pubs in Bloom competition, eventually whittled down to 18 divisional winners. 

Laine Pubco rebrands Brighton pub

City news

Laine Pubco rebrands Brighton pub

By MC Allegra FS

Laine Pub Company has completed the latest refurbishment in its Brighton estate and brought a successful feature at one of its London pubs down south.

It's best to embrace change in the pub industry

Property

It's best to embrace change in the pub industry

By Barry Gillham

The licensed trade might appear to be forever switching lanes but, as Barry Gillham finds after 50 years in the business, it is better to embrace change than fight it.

Pub hygiene: creating a clean bill of health

Pub hygiene: creating a clean bill of health

By Michelle Perrett

Having a clean pub is not only pleasant, it can be the difference between gaining an amazing reputation and being ordered to shut down. Michelle Perrett focuses on what an inspector will be looking for when visiting your premises.

Is the tie between beers and pubs loosening?

Sales

Is the tie between beers and pubs loosening?

By Phil Mellows

Beer and pubs. For centuries — going back to about 1500 when ale houses began to proliferate — the two have gone together. Yet now, for the first time since they started measuring these things, pubs are no longer the main places people drink beer. Phil...