All news articles for June 2019

Tied and tested: 'the tied model has had its share of detractors over the years, but time has moved on' according to Kate Hayden

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Where would many be without the tie?

By Kate Hayden

The licensee of the Snow Goose at Farnborough, Hampshire and the Extraordinary Hare at West Hendred, Oxfordshire, Kate Hayden explains that the tie has come a long way since she started out 27 years ago.

On the up: the spritz continues to grow in popularity

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The rise and rise of the spritz

By Adam Bloodworth

The spritz drink is right on-trend and something consumers already love but there’s more to it than the familiar Aperol Spritz and operators now have a glut of recipes and inspiration to draw on should they want to create memorable beverages this summer

Time to relax? Cannabis is said to have many health benefits

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The rising trend of cannabis-infused food and drink

By Nikkie Thatcher

With attitudes towards cannabis softening in some parts of the world in recent years, there are many new ideas about how to use the plant – including adding it to drinks.

Job satisfaction: gaining skills and knowledge as they go provides employees with greater confidence

Board the money train: hiring pub apprentices

By Emily Hawkins

Many employers are unaware that paying the apprenticeship levy gives them the right to use those payments to take on apprentices and improve their business.

Leadership race: What issues do pubs want to see the next Prime Minister address?

What do pubs want from the next Prime Minister?

By Stuart Stone

With the race to become the next Prime Minister whittled down to two candidates, we asked pub operators what they hope for from the next man through the door at No.10.