All news articles for November 27, 2017

Raising a glass: (l-r) Annabel Smith, Dea Latis; Lilian Greenwood MP; Jess Phillips MP; Lisa Harlow, Dea Latis; Brigid Simmonds, CEO BBPA; Sophie Goodall, head of public affairs at Heineken UK; Ruth Smeeth MP; Alison McGovern MP

Dea Latis celebrates women in the pub industry at beer tasting

By Claire Churchard

More than 70 female MPs and women working in brewing and related industries attended the third beer tasting to be held in parliament by beer and women group Dea Latis, the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group (APPBG) and the British Beer & Pub Association...

Distressing drop: only one in three publicans is now a woman (Image: monkeybusinessimages/

Number of women publicans at five-year low

By Georgina Townshend

The number of women licence holders has fallen by almost 44% in the past five years, according to new analysis by specialist hospitality recruiter The Change Group.

Pub collisions: police were called to car crashes at the Cinque Port Arms and the Hare & Hounds

Arrests made after multiple car crashes at Kent pubs

By Stuart Stone

Police were called to incidents at the Cinque Port Arms in New Romney and the Hare & Hounds in Ramsgate on Friday night (24 November) and the early hours of Sunday morning (26 November) respectively.

Opportunities for pubs: founder of Club Soda Laura Willoughby

9 things we learned at the Club Soda event

By Claire Churchard

Traditionally, the pub trade has not done the best job of serving or promoting low and non-alcoholic drinks but, with a burgeoning demand for these products, pubs have an opportunity to capitalise on this market.

Perfect order: some customers need a little help when asking for a drink

Bar staff insider: beer education

By Bar staff insider

As bar staff we know that beer comes in all kinds of weird and wonderful varieties. Stout, IPA, porter, lager, keg, cask, not forgetting the infamous craft and many more.