Good hygiene: the video shows how to clean beer tap nozzles effectively

Waging war on dirty nozzles

By Nikkie Sutton

Beer hygiene experts have released a video, tackling poor nozzle hygiene practice and the ‘misinformation’ that goes with it.

Reasonable steps: Pubs should be up to date with copyright laws

Copyright laws: Rules pubs should be aware of

By Georgina Townshend

Publicans should be aware of recent changes to copyright law, affecting what can and cannot be publicly screened without charge, and whether they need a Motion Picture Licensing Company license.

Not-so-quiet days: the Wrygrath Inn adds trade by having cinema nights

Pub joins 40 community cinemas in northern England

By Georgina Townshend

The Wrygrath Inn has joined the ranks of 40 community cinemas in the north of England, supported by Cine North, a subsidiary of the British Film Institute based at the National Media Museum in Bradford.

Award-winning Greenwich pub comes on the market

On the market

Award-winning Greenwich pub comes on the market

By Liam Coleman

A Frank Sinatra film, an Only Fools and Horses spin-off and new wave band Squeeze have all played a part in the history of a south London pub that has come on the market.

Pub christmas licensing tips

5 festive licensing tips for pubs

By Poppleston Allen

With Christmas fast approaching, now is the time to check your entertainment programme for the festive period is above board. Here are 5 tips for ensuring you and your customers have a very merry Christmas.

Showing films at pubs

Legal checklist: Showing films at your pub

By Poppleston Allen

One way to maximise profits it to provide entertainment at your premises. If you don’t want to go down the route of using live bands, then showing films at your premises is a good alternative, which can appeal to a wide range of customers. Here is a legal...

Film nights: boost business

Pub film nights

By Phil Mellows

Pubs are forever considering new ideas to boost business. Phil Mellows finds film nights are an effective way to get to increase trade.

MA 200: business advice

How to boost trade and avoid pitfalls

By Ewan Turney

How to boost trade and avoid pitfalls The MA200 seminar is urged to diversify, embrace feedback and look to the future. Ewan Turney reports Stars...

Roxy Bar: reaping rewards of film

How to become a cine-bar

By Gemma McKenna

You'll need to pay for a special licence, but, as Gemma McKenna discovered, it can still be profitable to screen the latest movie hits.

Holiday for a new worker Q I started work in a pub in October and I work a five-and-a-half-day week. I asked the owner about holidays and he said we...

TV fame booster

TV fame booster

Kevin Wainwright tells Ewan Turney how he and partner David Little increased turnover four-fold within three years with the help of a TV documentary...

Alan Bowes L&E chairman

L&E horror film

New documentary claims smoke ban will be lethal to children