All news articles for November 2018

Clear working: the consultation aims to ensure pubcos are being transparent with their beer waste calculations

PCA launches beer duty and waste consultations

By Nikkie Sutton

The pubs code adjudicator (PCA) has launched a statutory consultation aimed to provide clarity on beer and cider duty and waste for tenants when negotiating their tied rents.

Raising the bar: the opportunity to change the on-trade team attracted Yorke to the role

Diageo's Yorke focuses on diversity in the trade

By Nicholas Robinson

Despite studying for a law degree, Melissa Yorke decided her career may lie in a different direction. Now at drinks giant Diageo, she has helped change the on-trade team and is vocal on diversity within the industry as a whole.

Positive for pubs: the Royal Society for Public Health has classed pubs and bars as a health benefit on high streets

Pubs ‘contribute to a healthy high street’

By Stuart Stone

A report by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) ranking Britain’s unhealthiest high streets has described pubs as centres for social interaction, and therefore a health benefit.

New beginnings: Salt Beer Factory will open its doors to the public this week

Salt Beer Factory to open in Bradford

By Robert Mann

A “three years in the making” brewery is set to open tomorrow (Friday 2 November) aiming to showcase “the best craft in beers and gins,” in a modern pub environment.