All news articles for April 2019

Growth slows: the total number of breweries in Britain increased by just eight last year

Is the UK nearing peak craft beer?

By Robert Mann

The UK's craft beer boom has significantly slowed in the past year, with only eight more breweries opening compared to 395 launched the year before.

Closing time: almost 80 pubs a month shut in 2018

More than 900 pubs were lost in 2018

By Nikkie Sutton

Some 76 pubs a month closed their doors last year – a total of 914 during the 2018 calendar year – according to new research.

Miund the gap: pubco gender pay gap revealed


The pubco gender pay gap

By Emily Hawkins

Companies published their gender pay statistics this month, revealing many pubcos have narrowed their gaps, albeit by incremental percentages. Here’s what employers can do to ensure women can advance in the sector.

Snap decisions: What should you keep in mind when posting images of customers?

Can you post images of customers on social media?

By Emily Hawkins

You want potential customers to see images of a bustling venue with happy faces when they look up your website or go to your social media page. But is there a risk in posting images of punters?

Quids in: a pub is serving a Sunday roast for less than the price of a packet of pork scratchings

Is this the cheapest Sunday lunch in Britain?

By Robert Mann

With pub roast dinners in Britain generally costing between £10 and £20 – one pub appears to be bucking the trend after claims it sells the ‘cheapest Sunday lunch in England’.

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