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The MA Podcast – Ep 4

Fuller's boss Simon Emeny on the future of the pubco

By MA Podcast

In the fourth episode of The MA Podcast, Ed Bedington talks to Fuller's boss Simon Emeny about the pubco's future, threats to the trade and why we should be celebrating success.

Sublime food: the Kentish Hare is unlikely to be the Tanners’ final site

Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs

Hare’s to 20 more years

By Nicholas Robinson

After two decades in the biz and five years at their gastropub the Kentish Hare, chef brothers James and Chris Tanner have a desire to hop into another pub site.

New owners: Margriet Vandezande-Crump and Daniel Crump

Service is key for couple opening gastropub

By Nicholas Robinson

Following an illustrious career in some of the UK’s most decorated restaurants and gastropubs, husband and wife team Daniel Crump and Margriet Vandezande-Crump are soon to launch their own pub venture.

Peach of a plan: Hamish Stoddart wants to keep a healthy work-life balance for staff

Maintaining price point key for gastropubs’ future

By Emily Hawkins

Peach Pubs managing director Hamish Stoddart said maintaining accessible prices and competing against the lure of the stay-at-home economy are the biggest challenges for gastropubs.

Sold: Emily Watkins sells the Kingham Plough

Kingham Plough sold by Emily Watkins

By Nicholas Robinson

Gastropub the Kingham Plough has been sold by Emily Watkins and her husband and business partner Miles Lampson, having spent 12 years building the iconic award-winning business.

On the market: Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton, is up for sale

Award-winning freehouse on sale for £900k

By Nicholas Robinson

After 15 years of ownership, husband and wife team Ashley and Kelly McCarthy have decided to sell the Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton, North Yorkshire, for £900,000 to pursue “numerous other business interests”.

Changing tastes: the history of the gastropub is unique

Gastropubs ‘not killing off pub culture’

By Nicholas Robinson

Gastropubs are providing a boost to society and pub culture, rather than gentrifying a historic British tradition, an author has claimed in her new book.