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Inn Collection Group adds 13th site, Punch buys seven pub package

Punch, Daniel Thwaites and The Inn Collection Group have all made recent additions to their pub portfolios.

Why owning a pub in Brighton rocks

Brighton and Hove has been known as a diverse and fun seaside city for many years and it also boasts a young population that supports a varied licensed trade

What food do pub-goers want to see on menus in 2020?

Now the mince pies and pigs in blankets have been put to bed for another year, operators are drawing their eyes to new menus to uphold a brand-new batch of customer dietary trends.

Licensee fined £18,000 for illegally screening Sky Sports

A licensee has been found guilty of illegally screening Sky Sports to customers with the intent of dodging the applicable costs.

My Pub: the Unruly Pig, Bromeswell, Suffolk

Former lawyer Brendan Padfield embraced a radical change in career and opened the Unruly Pig only to suffer a devastating fire weeks after opening. However, the Unruly Pig was able to get back on its trotters and has since gone on to win a multitude of awards.

Punch acquires 7 pubs from Heartstone Inns

National pubco Punch Pubs & Co has completed the acquisition of seven pubs from south-west-based Heartstone Inns this week for an undisclosed sum.

Pub’s extra ‘late-night pricing’ is ‘sheer profiteering’

A customer and his friends have vowed not to return to a pub after being charged an extra fee for âlate-night pricingâ when ordering a round at 10pm.

Five Points doubles cask sales

London brewer The Five Points Brewing Company has reported a year of growth in 2019, more than doubling its cask beer sales.

Lads’ pub crawl leads to £3.5k boost for children’s charity

A group of young men tackled a 12-stop pub crawl while simultaneously raising Â3,561.94 for East Angliaâs Childrenâs Hospices (EACH).

Innovation to continue from freehouse sector in 2020

While Stephen Owens â managing director, pubs and restaurants at Christie & Co â predicts that the freehouse sector will continue to grow and offer a source of diversity in the on-trade, he forecasts evolution rather than revolution in 2020.

Hawthorn Leisure to integrate Bravo Inns portfolio by 1 April

Discussing the financial performance of NewRiver REITâs pub arm, Hawthorn Leisure, over the nine months to 31 December, CEO Mark Davies revealed plans to retain and invest in the Bravo Inns brand.

RTD beverages present ‘double burden to health’

Popular sugary alcoholic drinks are a âdouble burdenâ on consumersâ health because of their alcohol and sugar content, coupled with the huge cash onus placed on the NHS, according to new research.

JD Wetherspoon to spend £80m on estate

JD Wetherspoon has announced it will spend Â80m on opening new sites and revamping existing pubs as it celebrated a sales boost.

Stonegate buys beloved gay venue

Stonegate has acquired a beloved LGBTQ+ venue on Manchesterâs famous Canal Street that it plans to reopen next month.

What do pub-goers want to see on drinks menus in 2020?

Whether it is introducing a new range, cutting down on variants that donât sell or lining up the latest in no and low-alcohol options, itâs time to review your drinks list and target your customer base better this year.

How are pubs battling Australian bushfires?

As the bushfires continue to wreak damage and destroy wildlife, native Australian animals need more help than ever spurring various pubs to do their charitable bit to help.

Pub closes after booking website change

A pub has closed after it struggled to fill rooms following a change to its listing on a booking platform.

Reviews quoting ‘vegan’ rise 104% in a year

New insight has revealed the publicâs keenness to participate in Veganuary as the percentage of reviews citing the word âveganâ rose by 104% between January 2019 and January 2020.

More sites next year says Revolution boss

Revolution Group chief executive Rob Pitcher has confirmed the bar chain still aims to open new sites in the near future after closing a handful of underperforming venues.

Licensee catches burglar red handed

A licensee pinned a burglar to the floor after the intruder smashed through a window and began attacking a fruit machine with half a paving slab.