All news articles for August 2020

Government initiative: the scheme started on 3 August

Three quarters of Brits want EOTHO extended

By Nikkie Thatcher

Some 77% of people who have used the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme would support an extension across September, new YouGov research has found.

New venue: “Beaverworld has been a long time in the making and we are thrilled we have now started brewing on site in Enfield,

Beavertown to open new £40m brewery

By Nikkie Thatcher

Beavertown Brewery has announced it is launching ‘London’s largest brewery’, allowing 90,000,000 pints to be produced a year – 10 times more than at its current Tottenham location.

Trade insight: operators have told of their despair around the lack of clarity as to when late-night venues can reopen

Lights out for late night?

By Georgia Cronin, MCA

Having already provided your full name and contact details, you pass by the thermal imaging camera and through the personal protection tunnel, where you remain for five seconds to ensure the chlorine dioxide has thoroughly disinfected your clothes and...

Coronavirus crisis: JD Wetherspoon said it expects an annual loss for the year ending 26 July

JD Wetherspoon pushed to annual loss

By Emily Hawkins

Pub behemoth JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has warned it will report an annual loss amid the coronavirus pandemic and its food sales will be subdued after the Government’s discount meal scheme ends.

Sustainability scheme: BrewDog has announced it plans to become carbon negative

BrewDog is now ‘carbon negative’

By Nikkie Thatcher

Scottish brewer and operator BrewDog has announced it takes twice as much carbon out of the air as it emits in a bid to become the “world’s first carbon negative international beer business”.


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