Republic Of Ireland

Wetherspoon and Heineken resolve drinks supply row

Wetherspoon and Heineken resolve drinks supply row

By Mike Berry

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has resolved its row with Heineken over its drinks supply agreement, just under a month after the pubco announced it had ended its 35-year relationship with the brewer.

Tim Martin: Opening Wetherspoon's where not yet represented

JDW sets out pub growth plans

By James Wallin, M&C Report

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has announced plans to invest more than £400m opening 200 new pubs during the next five years, creating 15,000 jobs in the process.

JD Wetherspoon has ended its relationship with Heineken

Wetherspoon's ditches Heineken after row over Irish pub drinks supply

By Mike Berry

JD Wetherspoon has announced that it is ditching Heineken across its entire 926-strong pub estate with immediate effect, after the drinks group refused to supply Heineken lager and Murphy’s stout to the company’s new pub in Dun Laoghaire in the Republic...

Tim Martin: 'Our aim is to invest up to 50 million euros in the Republic of Ireland over the next five to 10 years'

Wetherspoon's secures first pub in Ireland

By John Harrington

JD Wetherspoon, the managed operator, has exchanged contracts to purchase its first pub in the Republic of Ireland and says it plans to open between 10 and 20 in the country over the next five to 10 years.

According to the Irish Times, Greene King agents have approached owners of a number of large suburban pubs

Greene King 'targets sites in Ireland'

By John Harrington

Greene King and another major British pub group are looking to follow JD Wetherspoon by entering the Irish pub market, according to the Irish Times.