All news articles for April 2017

Vegan-friendly beer: Guinness stops the use of isinglass

Guinness on draught goes vegan

By Nicholas Robinson

Guinness has announced it will finally go vegan by abolishing the use of fish-derived isinglass from its production process, after revealing plans to do so two years ago.

Record breakers: Joshua's fight with Klitschko is set to break the post-war attendance record for a British boxing match

Build up to Joshua v Klitschko fight

By Liam Coleman

Fight promoter Eddie Hearn has said that those watching Anthony Joshua’s heavyweight title clash with Wladimir Klitschko will “not believe the atmosphere and spectacle that will unfold” on Saturday (29 April).

Raise your pub's profile: a great reason to enter this year's GBPA

How to write an award grabbing GBPA entry

By MA Editorial

The Great British Pub Awards, run by The Morning Advertiser, are recognised as “the ones to win” by licensees, attracting hundreds of entries from thriving pubs around the UK.

Big deal: Cider has an estimated worth of £3bn to the UK

The Cider Report

What is going on in cider?

By Nikkie Sutton

The multitude of sub categories of cider are ensuring the sector continues to thrive and will be a welcome tipple for many during summer. Nikkie Sutton reports.

In good spirits: Lone Wolf ready to roar

BrewDog finally launches Lone Wolf spirits

By Nicholas Robinson

Craft beer brewer and pub operator BrewDog is ready to launch its Lone Wolf spirits range on a large scale, three years after announcing plans to enter the category.

Potentially damaging: The Argus Pub Spy reviews slammed

Pub Spy reviews ‘damaging’ pub business, says petition

By Georgina Townshend

A petition, allegedly set up by Brighton publicans, is claiming that a local paper’s review column is damaging pub trade in the city because it has become more interested in writing “click-generating content” than providing a “balanced review”.