Cask heroes: you can't rival a pub when it comes to cask ales

Why licensees need to keep stocking cask

By Nikkie Sutton

Cask sales may have experienced a dip recently, but the category still makes up a large part of the beer sector and is certainly a brew licensees need to continue stocking to keep drinkers happy.

Power of four: new low-alcohol beers on the market

Four low-alcohol beers for January

By Nicholas Robinson

Beer distributor Euroboozer has pulled four new low-alcohol beers into its portfolio in time for Christmas and Dry January.

Passion for beer: Ben Lockwood believes immersing oneself in the business is key to success

The Big Interview

BrewDog bound Ben Lockwood optimistic for UK on-trade

By Nicholas Robinson

Mitchells & Butlers’ beer and cider procurement manager Ben Lockwood’s passion for the sector has propelled him to the top of his game. But what’s next for the man who knows almost everyone in the trade now he’s moving to BrewDog?

Rising up: the rise in sales was thanks to the sport and sun this summer

Beer sales up 4.4%

By Nikkie Sutton

Beer sales in the third quarter of 2018 rose by 4.4% compared to the same period in 2017, new research has revealed.

Quintessentially Christmassy: the Long Arm Pub & Brewery has brewed the Mince Pie-PA

London pub brews mince pie beer

By Emily Hawkins

A pub will serve a mince pie-flavoured beer to "bring Londoners a glass of festive nostalgia" during the Christmas period.

Demand: with non-alcoholic beer on the rise, is it time for pubs to start selling it on tap?

Is zero-alcohol beer on tap the next step for pubs?

By Robert Mann

After a new study claimed that consumers across the UK believe that low or no-alcohol beer is becoming more socially acceptable, is it time for pubs to start selling it on draught?