All news articles for November 2018

Just the veganning: the Shoulder of Mutton is changing its long-standing name to accommodate vegans.

Pub changes its name to avoid offending vegans

By Robert Mann

A pub has scrapped its long-standing meat-related name dating back to the 1950s – because it might compromise its plan to focus on vegan and vegetarian food.

More than a logo: the Bass red triangle is not just a mark of ownership but a pledge of quality as well.


In the brand scheme of things

By Pete Brown

As JDW distances itself from being a ‘brand’, Pete Brown looks at why its identity is, in fact, its key strength

Forward planning: temporary event notices can be key for the festive period

Dealing with TENs for the festive period

By Poppleston Allen

Bonfire night is becoming a distant memory and, before we know it, we will be entering the festive period, a key time for the licensed trade.

Taking measures: restrictions on drinking at airports effectively penalises the responsible majority

Evidence call on airport drinking

By Poppleston Allen

The Government has called for evidence to be submitted by 1 February 2019 regarding the impact of excessive consumption of alcohol airside in airports.