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BII winners 2016 rashleigh arms

My Pub

My Pub: The Rashleigh Arms, Charlestown, Cornwall

By Sara Hussein

After winning Licensee of the Year at the 2016 British Institute of Innkeeping Awards, Rob and Lucy Brewer discuss the secret to their success and how far they’ve come since they first entered the site 10 years ago

Don't miss out: enter the Publican Awards now

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Don't miss out: enter the Publican Awards now

By PMA

There’s still an opportunity for award winning pub companies to test their mettle following a week’s extension to the Publican Awards 2016 entry deadline.

Pub Awards: Best Partnership Pub – The Victoria Inn, Salcombe

Pub Awards: Best Partnership Pub – The Victoria Inn, Salcombe

By PMA

Being located in one of the UK’s leading holiday hotspots is both a blessing and a curse, and it is brilliant to see the Victoria Inn embracing the challenge that represents by working with the St Austell Brewery to build a business that remains viable...

Celtic Beer Festival

Protz: Beer drinkers find their Eden

By Roger Protz

Roger Protz explains why the Celtic Beer Festival is becoming more successful each year and how more women are jumping on the bandwagon

St Austell saw growth in every area

St Austell sees turnover reach £116m

By John Harrington

St Austell has reported a 7.4% rise in EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) to £13.8m in the year to 28 December on turnover up 10% to £116.6m, with growth recorded in every division.

Bottled beer volumes rose 41.7% at St Austell

St Austell turnover breaks £100m mark

By John Harrington

St Austell Brewery, the Cornish brewer and pub operator, saw turnover exceed £100m for the first time in its history in 2012 as it bought more pubs and sold more beer.

St Austell Brewery fined over pub asbestos failures

St Austell Brewery fined over pub asbestos failures

By Gurjit Degun

St Austell Brewery, the Devon-based pub operator and brewery, has been fined £5,000 and ordered to pay £6,295 costs after workmen carrying out a refurbishment at one of its pubs were exposed to deadly asbestos dust.