Big Drop Brewing Co secures further listings on back of Dry January
Big Drop Brewing Co has confirmed a wave of new trade listings on the back of ‘Dry January’ as interest in the low- and no-alcohol beer category continues to grow.
CAMRA ‘dying’ without Revitalisation Project, says Wimbledon Brewery
Wimbledon Brewery founder Mark Gordon has become the latest industry figure to back the Campaign For Real Ale’s (CAMRA) Revitalisation Project, stating that the organisation needs to “evolve or die”.
Rugby’s Six Nations championship returns this weekend
Egg-shaped ball sports dominate this weekend’s sporting coverage with the return of the Six Nations as well as the 52nd instalment of the ‘Greatest show on Earth’.
Man arrested over fatal pub landlord shooting
Detectives investigating the death of a licensee have made an arrest.
Bath Ales edges closer to opening new brewery site
Bath Ales’ new multi-million pound brewery has reached its latest milestone, ahead of opening in the spring.
Drinkers told to 'grass up pubs' over short measures
Consumers are being encouraged to ask for their pints to be topped up if they are short of a full measure.
Duchess of Cornwall helps brew her own beer
The Duchess of Cornwall was welcomed to Arkell's Brewery on 30 January to help celebrate the brewery’s 175th anniversary year.
Drinkaware and Derby County FC launch ‘Game Changer’ competition
Alcohol awareness charity Drinkaware will be launching a new competition for Derby County football supporters during the team’s Sky Bet Championship match against Brentford on Saturday 3 February, as part of an ongoing partnership with the club.
Food hygiene is biggest concern for diners when eating out
More than one third (36%) of consumers rate food hygiene as their main fear, according to new research.
North Bar launches 20th anniversary beer
Leeds-based operator North Bar is ramping up its fundraising for local charity St Gemma’s Hospice by launching a limited-edition session pale ale.
BrewDog beers to be pulled from pub after dispute over dispense equipment
A York pub is to have its BrewDog beer lines disconnected, after a dispute over the Scottish brewery reportedly using dispense equipment owned by Heineken UK and Carlsberg UK.
VAT duty cut campaigners meet MPs at the Brexit department
Leading figures behind the campaign to reduce VAT in the hospitality industry met with a number of senior Conservative MPs who support the beer and pub industries.
Much ado over Joule's Brewery renovated pub
New licensees to move in at the Shakespeare Inn, which will reopen on 1 February as Joule’s Brewery’s 42nd site.
Brooklyn Gin offers chance to win all-expenses paid trip to New York
Hi-Spirits, the UK and Ireland distributor of Brooklyn Gin, is to offer bars the chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to the inaugural Bar Convent Brooklyn trade event in June.
Berkshire pub scoops two Top 50 Gastropubs awards
Windsor gastropub the Oxford Blue struck gold at the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs, winning the Best Newcomer and the One To Watch awards.