All news articles for April 06, 2017

Bad beer: where's the best place to go for a pint?

Where are the ‘dirtiest’ pints in Britain?

By Nicholas Robinson

Operators in the south-west of England have been called out by this year’s Beer Quality Report as the most likely in the UK to pour pints from unclean lines.

Damning: beer quality at a low

Bad beer puts pubs at risk of ruin

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs face potential ruin if they do not improve the quality of their beer, especially in an environment of increased costs and competition from the likes of coffee shops and fast-food outlets, sector experts have warned.

Pub properties: March's big deals and sales

March's done deals

By Liam Coleman

A first-time buyer securing a recently refurbished site and a two-acre pub near Bosworth Battlefield are a part of our monthly roundup of the biggest and best pub sales.

Refit: Kim Beresford has high hopes for his brewery's fifth pub

Fifth site for Ashover Brewery

By Liam Coleman

Ashover Brewery has taken on the lease at the Royal Oak, Old Tupton, Derbyshire, with a major refurbishment planned for the village pub.

The Shack 68: Former England and Harlequins back Ugo Monye decided to turn his hand to running a pub a stone’s throw from Twickenham Stadium

My Pub: The Shack 68, Twickenham

By Liam Coleman

After retiring from rugby union, former England and Harlequins back Ugo Monye decided to turn his hand to running a pub a stone’s throw from Twickenham Stadium. He and business partner Adam Saword discuss swapping rucks for the ruckus of running a pub.