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Grapple fan: Tom Canning AKA Jethro Roose, has picked up prizes for his performances inside and outside the ring

Landlord is king of the square ring

By Stuart Stone

The Morning Advertiser spoke to the operator of an award-winning pub who can be found between the wrestling ropes when he’s not behind the bar.

Nationwide: the pubs featured were spread across the UK

The best 25 pubs where top chefs eat

By Nikkie Sutton

Pubs from across the country have featured in a book called Where Chefs Eat, which claims to be a guide to chefs' favourite restaurants.

Vegan dish: jackfruit is set to be a big trend in the coming months

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How to make: smokey barbecue vegan jackfruit tacos

By MA editorial

If you don’t know about jackfruit yet, you soon will. A truly versatile food increasingly used in vegan cooking, it is set to be one of the biggest trends of 2018. Available from Bidfood, this adaptable ingredient absorbs the flavours of sauces you cook...

Reduce, reuse, recycle: images of oceans choked with waste are enough to put anyone off their pint

Waste management: plastic not so fantastic?

By Claire Churchard

Efforts to stop waste plastics polluting the environment are to be commended. But experts have warned that finding a solution to do this can sometimes have unintended consequences.

Customer engagement: 93% of sports fans will go back to the same pub if they've watched sport there before.

A pub's guide to: the world cup

Footy and sweep: World Cup customer engagement

By MA Editorial

As if the multitude of football matches isn’t enough to have your customers coming in their droves, why not add a little extra excitement to proceedings? A sweepstake or variation on that theme can add some spice to any sporting fixture so take a look...

Street smart: You may need a pavement license

Get permission for your outside seating area

By Poppleston Allen

It’s May, we are in the middle of spring (officially), with longer days and the hope of some sunshine, many of your customers will no doubt want to sit outside your premises enjoying a meal or a drink.

My Pub Garden: the Castle Inn, Lulworth, Dorset

In association with Fever-Tree

My Pub Garden: ‘This is how we created a G&T Garden’

By Nicholas Robinson

Set in the idyllic Dorset countryside, the Castle Inn, in Lulworth, has a sprawling garden and a terrace ripe for drinking a quenching gin and tonic. But general manager David Hargreaves-Putt explains there’s even more going on beyond the pub’s boundaries.

Not so secret gardens: turn your beer garden into a G&T Garden

In association with Fever-Tree

How to create your own Gin Garden of Eden

By Nicholas Robinson

It is no surprise the once humble gin and tonic is in steep growth, buoyed by increasing demand for exciting premium tonics, the proliferation of which has undoubtedly helped kick-start the gin revolution. So why aren’t we celebrating this enchanting...

Iron Maiden: Bruce Dickinson is passionate about beer

Robinsons sets out future of Trooper beer

By Nicholas Robinson

Robinsons’ Iron Maiden Trooper beer brand has grown significantly since its launch in 2013, with plans afoot for a further sales boost in the years ahead, according to managing director Oliver Robinson.