All news articles for March 24, 2016

Cutter's choice: how to choose the right knives for your kitchen

THE KNIFE REPORT

Cutter's choice: how to choose the right knives for your kitchen

By Daniel Woolfson

Knives come in all shapes, sizes and styles and from right across the globe, so it is no wonder young chefs are sometimes unsure about which ones to select for a career in the kitchen. Daniel Woolfson cuts through the marketing hype to guide buyers in...

Hawkshead: Chuckleberry Sour and Northern Imperial Stout

Beer

Legless Liz and gluten-free beers make News of the Brews

By Nicholas Robinson

Two gluten-free beer launches, Italian imports, an artisan ale called Legless Liz and the latest addition to the Caledonian Brewery’s portfolio of ales have all made it into this week's News of the Brews

Cameron: 'Brexit would be bad for wine and spirits'

EU Referendum

Cameron: 'a stronger alcohol industry lies within the EU'

By Nicholas Robinson

Britain's alcohol industry will be safer and stronger if the UK votes to stay in the European Union (EU), Prime Minister David Cameron has promised ahead of the referendum later this year.

Multi-site advice from Greene King

Operators

Multi-site advice from Greene King

By Mike Berry

A new training package aimed at licensees wanting to move into multi-site operations has been launched.

Punch publicans of the year north-east and Cumbria

Awards

Punch: Durham publicans win north-east award

By Michelle Perrett

Punch licensees Alan Bryan and Nicola Kay of the Avenue Inn, Durham, have been recognised as Publican of the Year for the North East and Cumbria region.

BrewDog founders support cleanwater charity beer

Crowdfunding

BrewDog founders support cleanwater charity beer

By Michelle Perrett

Brewgooder, the world’s first craft beer to donate 100% of its profits to clean water projects in developing countries, has launched with a crowdfunding campaign.

English pubs stand to save £39m a year according to BBPA research

Mixed reaction to business rates relief

By Emily Sutherland

Chancellor George Osborne’s alterations to business rates in his latest Budget has been welcomed by some in the industry but others think a complete overhaul of the system is needed to ease the ever-increasing tax burden on pubs. Emily Sutherland reports