Being the granddaddy of beer, Guinness is held to a high standard by consumers across the UK who will expect their first draught pint of the world-famous stout to be perfect on their return to the pub. But what exactly does that entail?
What will customers want when the pub trade reopens is the million-pound question operators across the UK are likely to be asking as they prepare their sites for the first influx of socially distanced punters. And following a steady uptick in sales over...
The Long Live The Local campaign has relaunched with an aim to remind pubgoers of the experiences they have missed during the shutdown and encourage confidence the sector is doing its best to prioritise safety.
The pub sector has asked for prompt clarification of how operators should collect and keep data from customers after the Government requested venues to do so in a bid to support the NHS Covid-19 contact tracing system.
What does the Government's guidance for the post-lockdown hospitality sector say about which staff should return to pubs and bars from 4 July and how operators should manage their socially distanced shifts?
Government guidance for pubs reopening from 4 July clearly states that businesses must carry out detailed risk assessments before putting coronavirus prevention control measures in place and opening to staff and the public.