Festival

Bringing the beer festival back to the pubs

Tap Takeover returns to Brighton

By Rebecca Weller

Laine Brewing Company has announced the return of the UK’s biggest city-wide beer festival in Brighton from 22 to 24 October 2021.

Beer boom: ‘It may be that as an operator you are considering running different types of events to not only boost trade, but to attract both existing and new customers back into your venue’ (image: Getty/Aja Koska)

Licensing Hub – Legal with Poppleston Allen

Top tips: ‘freedom day’ and beer festivals

By Poppleston Allen

The remaining coronavirus restrictions are due to be lifted on the 19 July and it is likely all operators will be looking at alternative ways of maximising trade after such long periods of closure and restrictions being in place.

Onwards and upwards: veggie and vegan food will continue to grow

The future of food in the on-trade revealed

By Nikkie Sutton

Meat-free options, inspiration from food festivals and experience-led occasions are the future of food, according to creative think-tank The Innovation Group.

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Crawley: Let’s hear it for pubs’ Olympian endurance

By Stephen Crawley

What a summer! We British folk are certainly being tested! The weather, the politics of coalition, the Euro, the [situation in the] Middle East, and the expectations of the British sporting elite are all proving challenging.

In Brief

In Brief

Festival refreshment Strongbow will continue its music festival involvement this year with a rebranded bar. Featuring at the Isle of Wight and V...