All news articles for October 24, 2017

Patience: waiting their turn is not something customers always understand

Bar staff insider: patience

By Bar staff insider

When the bar is five deep and you’re serving what seems like everyone and their dog already, you can guarantee there will be one imbecile who will try and place another order.

Overall winners: Camden Town Brewery took this year's Grand Prix award

Pete Brown: brands making a mark

By Pete Brown

The best of marketing in beer and cider is in rude health, as Pete Brown found at this year’s Marketing Awards.

Licence to change: it is good practice to review your premises licence

Top tips: fine tuning minor variations to licences

By Poppleston Allen

Nobody wants to pay unnecessary administrative costs, and the temptation will always be to leave your premises licence and the plans that are attached to it untouched for as long as possible.

No go: some 20% of Brits are choosing not to drink alcohol

Future drinks trends: tapping into a health kick

By Nicholas Robinson

Predicting the next big thing is a lot easier said than done. However, there is general agreement at the moment that people are increasingly health conscious and that pubs and bars would be well advised to cater for this trend.

On the road: pub showcase could encourage more overseas tourists to visit British pubs

Mock pub aims to drive UK tourism and beer exports

By Fred A'Court

A British pub set-up complete with bar, seating areas and even an iconic red telephone box at overseas trade shows could also be used to boost beer exports – with the added bonus of visiting a pub as a ‘must do’ activity during a visit to the UK.