All news articles for November 02, 2017

Levy dismissed: Kingston Council has ruled out a late-night levy

Late-night levy thrown out by Kingston Council

By Helen Gilbert

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) has welcomed a decision by Kingston Council to dismiss a possible late-night levy in the Royal borough.

Hidden spaces: escape rooms can bring in revenue from previously underused rooms

Ei managed operations pub debuts escape room

By Helen Gilbert

The Bermondsey Pub Company, part of pubco Ei’s managed operations, is debuting its first escape room at a London venue as it seeks to tap the trend for experiential experiences.

Alcohol-free option: St Peter's Brewery signs big new deal with Vintage Inns

Alcohol-free beer ‘will make up 10% of the market’

By Nicholas Robinson

Alcohol-free beer will make up 10% of total beer sales in the near future, a specialist brewer has told The Morning Advertiser after signing a deal to supply 190 pubs with St Peter’s 'Without' range.

Air rage: landlord Joseph Breslin scrawled religious hatred on armrest

Pub landlord sentenced for religious hatred on flight

By Stuart Stone

The former landlord of a group of south London pubs has avoided jail after admitting two charges of racial and religious aggravated harassment and one of religiously aggravated criminal damage while on board a flight in July.