Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company (CMBC) has pledged to achieve a zero carbon footprint and water waste at its breweries by 2030, according to a new sustainability report released today (Tuesday 10 May).
Carlsberg has pledged to offer a donation to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for every pint of Carlsberg Pilsner and Carlsberg Export that is served in participating pubs when trading restrictions are lifted.
By Paul Davies, CEO, Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company
Paul Davies, chief executive officer of Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company (CMBC), outlines much-needed measures from the Chancellor’s Budget on 3 March to protect the future of the brewing, pub and hospitality industries.
Following the joint venture's completion, Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company has appointed a new chief executive, while a number of pub companies have provided rent and job updates ahead of England's second lockdown.
The joint venture between Marston’s Brewing Business and Carlsberg’s UK division to create a giant beer company will be investigated by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), rather than the European Commission.
This summer’s Euro 2016 sees the expansion of the tournament finals from 16 to 24 teams, resulting in 20 more matches being available for football fans to watch in an atmosphere that is second only to a stadium itself — the pub.