EU referendum

Brexit: "It's time for cool and calm thinking" - and a new PMA

By Ed Bedington

Well, that was unexpected! I was planning to write about change in this week’s issue, as we prepare for the biggest relaunch of the Publican’s Morning Advertiser (PMA) in decades, but I wasn’t expecting to have my thunder stolen by Brexit!

The Green Bricks in Hull


More calls for roadworks compensation

By Oli Gross

Local councils have been urged to do more to help pubs suffering from loss of trade due to nearby roadworks or risk “shooting themselves in the foot”.

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PMA events

What’s the future of beer and cider?

By Nicholas Robinson

The first Future Trends: Beer and Cider event organised by the Publican’s Morning Advertiser (PMA) will be held in London on 22 June and will arm the trade with insight into the sector’s latest new product development and innovation.

Staff training, clearer menus and an access statement can all helps pubs become more accessible


How to make sure your pub is welcoming to someone with a disability

By Emily Sutherland

The issue of disabled access in pubs hit the headlines again recently in a damning House of Lords report that found many pubs are still failing to provide up-to-scratch facilities for people with physical and mental disabilities, with even basic services...

Are you ready for Try January?


Are you ready for Try January?

By Jessica Mason

The Publican’s Morning Advertiser is set to relaunch its Try January campaign encouraging pubs and bars to reclaim January and challenge people to try new drinks and dishes and make the month more inspiring and experimental.

What does it take to be one of the great British pubs?

Great British Pub Awards

What does it take to be one of the great British pubs?

By Mike Berry

The PMA team has been out and about during the past few weeks, visiting pubs across the country as part of the judging process for this year’s Great British Pub Awards.