Videos

How to run a pizza delivery offer from a pub

Content provided by Arla Pro

How to run a profitable pizza delivery offering

By Arla Pro

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought numerous problems to restaurateurs, either with the enforced lockdown of the summer or the continuing issues around customer distancing and a drop in covers, but many restaurants have tackled the issue head on and...

Rule of six: 'You must not meet socially in groups of more than six and if you do, you will be breaking the law,' Boris Johnson explained

‘Rule of six’ comes into force today

By Nikkie Thatcher

The Government’s ‘rule of six’ will be enforced from today (Monday 14 September) meaning those breaking it could be arrested.

Pub closures: 315 pubs have been permanently closed, set to be demolished or converted for other uses since the start of 2020

315 pubs lost for good so far in 2020

By Nikkie Thatcher

More than 300 pubs have been permanently closed, set to be demolished or converted for other uses according to exclusive data for the 34 weeks and six days to 1 September 2020.

Calorie guidance for pubs

Pubs asked to reduce calories by 20%

By Emily Hawkins

The Government has set out voluntary calorie guidelines for hospitality venues as part of its plan to tackle obesity.

Make the most from your roast

The Great Roast Revival – in association with Knorr Professional

Make the most from your roast – Episode one

By Nicholas Robinson

The weekly culinary focal point for many is the Sunday roast, but it does occasionally stand accused of lacking innovation. However, in this three-part video series we change that with an in-depth look at how to make the roast dinner shine.

Why is BrewDog carbon negative?

‘It was 50/50 whether BrewDog would make it through lockdown’

By Nikkie Thatcher

The enforced coronavirus lockdown meant Scottish brewer and bar operator BrewDog lost 70% of its revenue overnight, causing co-founder James Watt serious concerns over whether the business would be able to trade once restrictions were lifted.

Does delaying opening help pubs?

Wait and see success for pub

By Ed Bedington

In the final recording of our series following one West Sussex pub through lockdown, MA editor Ed Bedington went back to the Lockhart Tavern in Haywards Heath to find out whether their decision to delay reopening by a few weeks has paid off.

How has lockdown affected consumer behaviour?

In association with Molson Coors

Understanding consumers to rebuild your business

By MA editorial

The re-opening of pubs, bars and restaurants has been long awaited, with enforced closures of 15 or more weeks being something that is truly unprecedented for the industry.

6 O Clock gin and tonic flavours

The MA new product review

6 O'Clock Gin launches two new flavours

By Nicholas Robinson

Craft gin producer 6 O'Clock Gin has launched a new series of ready-to-drink products to its range. Find out more by watching the latest MA New Products Review video

How successfully have pubs reopened?

How have pubs adapted to the 'new normal'?

By Ed Bedington

With pub across the UK now starting to reopen, The Morning Advertiser spoke to a few operators across Surrey and Sussex about their experience of opening up on 4 July.

Clean working: how to reopen safely

In association with Unilever Food Solutions

Re-opening safely post lockdown

By The Morning Advertiser

Three operators on their plans to ensure the safety of their customers and teams as they re-open their doors for eat-in customers.

How are pubs gearing up for opening?

Cautious approach for pub opening

By Ed Bedington

With just one day to go until pubs are able to start opening their doors, the race is on to get ready and compliant with the Government guidelines.

Fourpure No Passport Required Cosmic Café Coffee Sour

The MA New Product Video Review

Taste test: Fourpure ‘No Passport Required’ beers

By Nicholas Robinson

Fourpure has launches a series of six beers to take drinkers on a ‘no passport required’ journey, featuring a gose, a SIPA, two sours, a DIPA and a coffee stout.

Positive outlook: operators have outlined their thoughts on reopening

It’s all about the customers!

By Ed Bedington

With pubs gearing up for independence day from next Saturday (4 July), The Morning Advertiser spoke to a group of operators to find out what it was they were most looking forward to when it comes to the industry getting back up and running.

Why aren’t some pubs opening on July 4

To open, or not to open…

By Ed Bedington

Not all pubs will be flinging their doors open on Saturday 4 July, with many choosing to wait and see how the public reacts to the new situation.

How can small pubs operate under the Government guidance?

Big challenges for small operators

By Ed Bedington

While the news that distancing measures were being relaxed from 2m to 1m is being celebrated, for some operators, even 1m is going to be a challenge.

How do I serve the perfect pint of Guinness?

Promoted content in association with Guinness

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?

How many spirits should my pub stock after coronavirus lockdown?

In association with Diageo

How to sell spirits post-lockdown

By Nicholas Robinson

What will customers want when the pub trade reopens is the million-pound question operators across the UK are likely to be asking as they prepare their sites for the first influx of socially distanced punters. And following a steady uptick in sales over...

Coronavirus update for pubs 20 and 21 June

#Unitedwestand

Weekend news bulletin for pubs – 20 and 21 June

By Ed Bedington

The Morning Advertiser's editor Ed Bedington reviews the biggest news stories from the pub sector after another week in lockdown without an update from the Government on reopening guidelines.

How can pubs continue to provide live entertainment?

The show must go on...

By Ed Bedington

Live entertainment has long been a pub sector staple, and although lockdown is still underway operators are continuing to find ways to entertain punters.

Property of the week

Hawthorne

£ 1,750 - Tenancy

Could you run this Warrington pub? The Hawthorne is a thriving community sports pub in Warrington, showing live sport each day, along with live music every...

Follow us

Pub Trade Guides

View more