All news articles for February 06, 2018

Transport hubs: airport and railway sites will include a range of BrewDog beers and rotating guest beers

BrewDog to open airport and railway sites

By Nikkie Sutton

Scottish brewer and operator BrewDog has signed an exclusive partnership with hospitality business TRG Concessions to open bars in UK airports and railway stations.

Don't waste it: make sure you're not pouring profits down the drip tray with these handy tips

Why pubs are pouring profits away with bad head

By Georgina Townshend

Pubs are unnecessarily pouring profits down the drain by falling short of a full measure, according to cellar management trainer and Cask Marque assessor Day Harvey.

Price rise: there is substantial inflation in the fish category due to rising demand, strengthening of the Norwegian Krone and uncertainty over the UK's future fishing quotas

Foodservice prices rose again in December

By Nikkie Sutton

Wholesale foodservice price inflation rose to 5.1% in December 2017, a sign of continued volatility in the market despite the easing of some pressures, according to the new figures.

Assurances made: Star Pubs & Bars launches welcome pack for its acquired 1,900 Punch pubs

Star seeks to assure Punch pub operators on key issues

By Georgina Townshend

Star Pubs & Bars' welcome pack has assured 1,900 licensees on a number of key issues, including rent and product prices, ahead of taking full operational responsibility following the acquisition of Punch A pubs on 5 March.

Good hygiene: the video shows how to clean beer tap nozzles effectively

Waging war on dirty nozzles

By Nikkie Sutton

Beer hygiene experts have released a video, tackling poor nozzle hygiene practice and the ‘misinformation’ that goes with it.