All news articles for September 2021

Food supply: 'We believe that we can resume normal deliveries of bloomer bread to our pubs next week' JDW boss Tim Martin said

JDW hit by bread shortage

By Michelle Perrett

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has been hit by a bread shortage, which has impacted on 13 of its breakfast menu dishes.

Restriction relax: the NI Executive has said that from Friday 10 September the current requirement for table service will be eased, both indoors and outdoors, to enable customers to go to the bar to place orders or pay (image: Getty/staticnak1983)

Pubs in Northern Ireland at 'wit’s end'

By Michelle Perrett

Pubs and hospitality businesses in Northern Ireland are “at their wit’s end” the leading trade association Hospitality Ulster has claimed, as the NI Executive has revealed some relaxation of restrictions.

Online event: the free webinar will take place on Tuesday 14 September (image: Getty/Richard Drury)

Free advice on tackling noise complaints

By The Morning Advertiser

With noise nuisance rapidly becoming a major problem for a lot of operators on the return to trade, there’s still time to register to take part in a free online event to help you get to grips with the problem.

Wine: The latest product to face supply issues (Credit: Getty/SolStock)

Pubs set to face wine supply issues

By Michelle Perrett

Pubs could be facing issues with wine supplies in the lead up to Christmas, leading wine bosses have revealed.

Consumer spending is up in pubs and bars (Getty/Thomas Barwick)

Consumer spending in pubs up for August

By Michelle Perrett

Consumer spending on pubs, bars and clubs rose by 43.4% in August compared to 2019, the highest growth recorded for over 17 months.

Cask Ale Week: Pubs can promote their cask ale

Pubs urged to celebrate Cask Ale Week

By Michelle Perrett

Pubs are being urged to celebrate Cask Beer Week, which runs from 23 September to 3 October, to help boost trade in the wake of the pandemic.