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How do I serve the perfect pint of Guinness?

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How to serve the perfect pint of Guinness

By Nicholas Robinson

Being the granddaddy of beer, Guinness is held to a high standard by consumers across the UK who will expect their first draught pint of the world-famous stout to be perfect on their return to the pub. But what exactly does that entail?

Millions of pints: pubs should contact their water company to arrange the disposal of beer as soon as they can

Pubs advised to act fast on beer disposal

By Emily Hawkins

Water companies have encouraged pubs to get in touch as soon as possible to arrange the disposal of waste beer as the hospitality sector gears up to reopen next month.

Optimistic approach: Camden Town Brewery's managing director Adam Keary says the beer maker is preparing for pubs to reopen in early July

On-trade may shrink up to 20%, predicts Camden Town MD

By Emily Hawkins

Camden Town Brewery's managing director Adam Keary has said the beer maker has been “having to have a stab in the dark” as its pub customers remain confused about how they will be allowed to reopen.

Time is ticking: the beer sector asked for water companies to speed up the process for pubs to dispose of waste beer

Fee waiver for waste beer disposal

By Emily Hawkins

Water companies will waive fees for permitted disposal of waste beer to public sewers, after concerns about publicans experiencing difficulties in this process.

Ready, set: breweries have restarted brewing cask beer ahead of pubs potentially being able to reopen at the start of next month.

Cask ale brewers gear up for pubs reopening

By Emily Hawkins

Breweries across the country have restarted their cask ale operations as pubs get ready to reopen this summer, with 4 July earmarked as the earliest date this could be allowed.

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