Britain

Consumers are ditching lager for ale

Consumers ditch lager for local brews

By Ewan Turney

Britain now has more breweries than before the Second World War as consumers ditch mass produced lagers in favour of local brews, according to the Good Beer Guide 2009.

Brewers supply water to flood victims

Brewers supply water to flood victims

By John Harrington

Britain's brewers are supplying tankers normally used for the transport of beer to provide safe drinking water for communities affected by the...

Pubs suffer in flood devastation

Pubs suffer in flood devastation

By Ewan Turney

Pubs across the country have been devastated by the worst natural disaster to hit Britain in 60 years. The flooding crisis ripped through...

Elixir of youth

Elixir of youth

Could allowing youngsters into pubs reduce social disorder while providing a new source of income? Andrew Jefford tunes in to the unheard voices of today's disaffected under-16s

Letters

Letters

Licensing shake-up will not curb binge drinkers There is no doubt that Britain has a serious drink problem. There is also no doubt the existing...

Win a trip to the

Win a trip to the

with your grill skills Are you hot stuff on the BBQ? If so, then this is your last chance to enter our competition to find the Best Pub BBQer in...

Other guide books

Other guide books

Alastair Sawday's Special Places Pubs & Inns of England & Wales The PR: "544 pubs inspected and chosen because we like them and think you...

Food from Britain

PubChef Awards 2005 - Food from Britain

By Max Gosney

Food from Britain is the second category cook-off in the PubChef awards. Our five finalists focus on using quality British regional produce. Max...