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On the up: premium soft drinks sales value is growing almost 28% year on year

Key soft drinks trends for pubs

By Nikkie Sutton

Technology, appealing to a broad range of ages and personalisation are just three of the trends operators need to ensure their soft drinks offer pulls in the punters.

End of an era: Having hosted acts including Nirvana, Biffy Clyro and the Arctic Monkeys, the Bristol Bierkeller closed its doors for good last week

Famous music venue closes with immediate effect

By Stuart Stone

The Bristol Bierkeller closed its doors for the last time on Thursday 8 February after developers of the All Saints Street site didn’t include the popular music venue in its regeneration plans.

Full of beans: Why a great cup of coffee will keep customers happy

Cup and away: How to choose the right coffee machine for your pub

By Georgina Townshend

As the popularity of coffee shows no signs of abating, customers expect to get a high-quality beverage wherever they go – including pubs. The Morning Advertiser (MA) looks at the machines that can help you deliver what your customers want.

Big change: Colin Valentine (l) and Tim Page (r)

CAMRA bosses outline the organisation’s future

By Nicholas Robinson

A need to know the whereabouts of the Campaign For Real Ale’s (CAMRA) ‘mojo’ immediately intensified following the consumer organisation’s announcement last month that it plans to recognise all ‘good-quality’ beers and ciders, instead of focusing on cask...

Get involved: experiences at pubs will be key to a successful future

MA500

Amazing pubs with good offers ‘not good enough’

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs of the future will not be able to rely on looking good and providing an outstanding food and drink offer, instead they will have to give customers memorable experiences, delegates at a recent MA500 event in Cambridge heard.

East Anglia is a blend of bustling market towns, idyllic coastal villages and farming heritage

Regional focus on...East Anglia

By Stuart Stone

Our regional focus on East Anglia takes a look at the best pubs available in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire

Rethink: SBPA says a pubs code in Scotland would cost jobs, investment and opportunities

SBPA warns against proposals to introduce a pubs code in Scotland

By Georgina Townshend

The Scottish Beer & Pub Association have called for a "rethink" on the proposed bill which would establish a pubs code in Scotland, saying that if successful, it would "cost jobs, investment and opportunities, while punishing tied-pubs...