All news articles for January 2018

Permitted: BrewDog is now allowed to use Elvis Juice in its branding

BrewDog wins Elvis Juice appeal

By Nikkie Sutton

Scottish brewer and operator BrewDog has won the right to register ‘BrewDog Elvis Juice’ following a ruling by the Board of Appeal at the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO).

Fundraising help: Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickinson helped create the ale

Robinsons teams up with Iron Maiden frontman

By Nikkie Sutton

Rock legends Iron Maiden and family brewer Robinsons have joined forces to announce a new ale that has been developed in support of the Help for Heroes charity.

Unnecessary stress: Robin Wheeler speaks out over his experience with Marston's

Publican condemns Marston's over 'stress' of missing deposit

By Georgina Townshend

A publican has spoken out over the strain Marston's has caused him over his missing £5,000 deposit, and said that, based on his experience, it is "no wonder good operators are deserting the pub industry in droves”.

Exciting plans: BKJ Leisure hopes to transform the Hurt Arms into a top wedding venue

Derbyshire multiple operator takes on first leased pub

By Stuart Stone

BKJ Leisure will conduct a £1m revamp of its first leased pub, the Hurt Arms, Ambergate, Derbyshire, in partnership with Star Pubs & Bars with a view to creating a top-quality country inn and wedding venue.

Charity demands: the RSPH wants more warnings on labels despite research suggesting the opposite

Booze should be 'labelled like cigarettes'

By Nikkie Sutton

Alcoholic drinks should be labelled in the same way that cigarettes are, according to health charity the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH).

Off the table: JD Wetherspoon removed three types of steak from its menus after issues with its supplier Russell Hume

Steak back on the menu for JDW

By Nikkie Sutton

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) is putting steak back on its menus across its 900-strong estate after it was removed following "issues" at a suppliers.