All news articles for January 19, 2017

Innovative: the artwork in Dublin's Adelphi

Pubs cashing in on Trump inauguration

By Helen Gilbert

Pubs are gearing up to hold Donald Trump-inspired parties ahead of the president-elect’s imminent inauguration on Friday (20 January).

Dry January can bring many exciting opportunities to businesses

Why Dry January is no longer a period of doom and gloom

By Sara Hussein

The emptiness of a pub in January after a hectic Christmas can strike fear into the heart of any licensee but perhaps this month has the potential to be as fruitful as any other when pubs make the most of the opportunities

Big pubco: the Waldegrave Arms in East Harptree, Somerset, is one of 850 Admiral Taverns-owned pubs

Admiral Taverns targets new publicans

By Helen Gilbert

Admiral Taverns is holding a series of open days in a bit to attract new and existing licensees interested in running a pub.

The SBDRC has called on the Government to review the small breweries relief scheme

Breweries unite for small beer relief reform

By Sara Hussein

Small and medium-sized breweries have called on the Government to review the small breweries’ relief (SBR) scheme to ensure a “vibrant and sustainable” future for the brewing industry.

Campaign: Popular Brighton pub, the Dyke, was turned into a furniture shop 'overnight'

Lords to debate change in pub planning laws

By Liam Coleman

The end of permitted development rights on pubs could be in sight after it was confirmed that the House of Lords would debate changing the regulations as part of the Neighbourhood Planning Bill.