All news articles for May 2019

H2-NO: a bar owner claims that customers who order tap water with their food could drive pubs and restaurants out of business (image: Leesha Williams)

Is it ok to order just tap water? Bar owner has her say

By Robert Mann

Tap water is a staple seen on many restaurant tables across the UK, with Britons enjoying the drink free of charge. However, one landlord has highlighted that people who order the cost-effective beverage could be affecting a businesses trade.

Wise move: Budweiser Brewing Group claims its new line fees is the best option for brewers and publicans

Budweiser connection fees scheme hailed

By Robert Mann

Budweiser Brewing Group’s new line fees, which are claimed to be fairer than those already on the market, has gained significant support from across the industry.

Imbibe Live 2019: what's on at the show?

In association with Imbibe

What’s on at Imbibe Live 2019?

By Nicholas Robinson

Celebrating its 10th year, Imbibe Live is back at the London Olympia with a raft of expert speakers, along with new products and exhibitors, as The Morning Advertiser reveals in this guide to the show.

Branching out: urban cidery Hawkes has revamped its Bermondsey Beer Mile facilities

Hawkes unveils revamped outpost on Beer Mile

By Stuart Stone

Craft cidermaker Hawkes has unveiled a new state-of-the-art cidery and taproom at the heart of craft beer destination, the Bermondsey Beer Mile in south London.

Terrace rousing: breathing life into outdoor areas could pay real dividends

How to breathe life into your beer garden

By Michelle Perrett

Attracting customers to your premises may require more than simply a sunny day so make sure your outdoor areas are not the usual common or garden variety

Killer griller: it's not just the UK that loves barbecues. Here's what happens around the rest of the world when it comes to outdoor eating

Around the world in 8 barbecues

By James Beeson

With summer just around the corner, we head overseas to find the best barbecue cuisine to spruce up your pub menu

Norway! Yes way!: Egil Johansen opened the former Admiral Taverns site 10 years ago

My Pub: the Kenton, Hackney, east London

By Gary Lloyd

When Egil Johansen grew tired of his marketing job in Norway, he took over the Kenton pub in an area of east London that was pretty raw 10 years ago. After an overhaul, the business has won an array of honours