Bury St Edmunds

Greene King font: northern or southern heads

Greene King trials IPA dual-pour font

By Robyn Lewis

Greene King is to offer drinkers the choice of two styles of its flagship IPA beer as it begins a trial of a dual-pour "Revolution" font. The...

Hosts can sell pints for £1.99

Greene King tenants get £2m support

By John Harrington

Greene King is spending £2m absorbing the cost of an on-going cut-price drinks promotion for tenants. Participating hosts will sell Carlsberg or...

Greene King: red tractor status

Greene King gains Red Tractor logo

By Robyn Lewis

Greene King has become the first brewer to gain Red Tractor accreditation across its entire beer portfolio. Beers including Greene King IPA, Old...

Protz: cask is the way forward

Barrelling towards big sales

By Roger Protz

Whether you start a craft brewery or get in a best-seller, cask is the way forward, says Roger Protz.

In Brief

In Brief

Inver House sales up 25% Inver House Distillers has claimed sales of its single malt whiskies have grown by 24% in 2007, compared with the previous...

WIN SKY FOR A YEAR

WIN SKY FOR A YEAR

Greene King IPA is launching its biggest ever competition, which gives you the opportunity to win a Sky Sports subscription for a year for your pub