All news articles for May 2019

Change of approach: the Government is considering moving away from a salary threshold for EU workers moving to the UK

Move to axe EU migrant salary threshold welcomed

By Emily Hawkins

Reports that the Government will look to move away from a £30,000 salary threshold for EU workers moving to the UK in future policy have been welcomed by hospitality trade bodies.

Strike fears: if lorry drivers strike, certain pubs could run low on beer

Strike threatens beer deliveries in the north

By Nicholas Robinson

A beer shortage could hit certain pub chains in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and the Midlands if a lorry drivers’ strike goes ahead, Unite the union has warned.

Grand designs: award-winning pubs include a micropub and a former slaughterhouse

CAMRA recognises cool pub conversions

By Emily Hawkins

The winners of CAMRA’s Pub Design Awards have been announced, with pubs recognised for their efforts in converting disused buildings into pubs and protecting historic taverns.

Easy access: creating easier access to your venue will help establish your site in the eyes of more people than you may expect

Making your pub more accessible

By Stuart Stone

There’s money to be made at your premises from a revenue stream few licensees consider – and redoubling your efforts on venue accessibility could be the way to tap into that rich vein of cash

Winning combination: Warner’s gin-inspired garden won silver guilt

‘It’s graft gin, not craft’ says Warner’s gin founder

By Nicholas Robinson

Warner’s gin founder Tom Warner has dubbed his seven-year-old brand as “graft” gin rather than “craft” in defiance of what he called misleading marketing by large gin producers that make inferior products.