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Tower Hamlets forced to delay late-night levy

Tower Hamlets has been forced to push back the introduction of a proposed late-night levy as a result of legal action taken by industry bodies.


05/24/2017

How far will mainstream lager makers take craft?

Big brewers are flexing their muscles to stay on top of the industry by investing in craft beer, but why are customers finding the quirkier styles more enticing and will it stay that way?


05/24/2017

Optimising menus is key to combat rising food costs

Customer analytics can help pubs make more money in an environment of rising food costs, according to private equity firm Livingbridge.


05/24/2017

Pubs called on to take part in Tax Equality Day

Pubs have been called on to cut the price of food and drink for a day, following results of a report highlighting the benefits of low VAT on job creation and competitiveness in the EU.


05/24/2017

Thousands of Labour supporters plan 'victory pub party'

Almost 7,000 people could turn up at a Fuller’s pub in Westminster for a 'victory party' if Labour wins the general election next month.


05/24/2017

Punch strikes distribution deal with Marston’s

Punch will change its delivery service ahead of its proposed takeover by Heineken and Patron Capital, following current distributor Carlsberg’s announcement to withdraw its UK delivery service.


05/24/2017

BHA backs Government advice on avoiding 'Brexit' sausage virus

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has echoed advice from the Government on cooking pork thoroughly amid reports of a ‘Brexit virus’ in 10% of sausages.


05/24/2017

Ei ties deal with Three Cheers under managed partnership model

Ei Group, formerly Enterprise Inns, has announced that its next managed operator partnership will be with London-based gastropub company Three Cheers Pub Co.


05/24/2017

Cautious optimism over fixed hours for zero-hours contracts workers

A Government-commissioned inquiry that recommends employees on zero-hours contracts are given a right to request fixed hours has been given a cautious welcome by one trade body.


05/24/2017

£10k raised for emergency staff ‘to have a drink’ after terror attack

More than £10,000 has been raised for emergency service staff to “have a drink” following one of their “most exhausting and difficult shifts” after the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday (22 May).


05/24/2017

Wadworth targets 65 managed sites after £6.5m investment

Wadworth is looking to take its managed estate to 65 sites in the years ahead, The Morning Advertiser (MA) understands.


05/24/2017

Alcohol delivery service scolded by ASA over ‘unwise’ memes

A drinks company that delivers alcohol to people’s homes struck the wrong chord with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after using memes promoting “unwise” alcohol consumption.


05/24/2017

5 food safety issues to avoid this summer

There are five key food-safety issues operators need to be aware of this summer, according to the British Hospitality Association (BHA).


05/23/2017

Pubs praised for helping Manchester terror attack victims

Hospitality venues such as pubs are “focal points” for members of the public in need of help, providing “assistance and reassurance”, it has been said following the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday (22 May).


05/23/2017

Former security head warns pubs to boost vigilance after Manchester terror attack

The former head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office Chris Phillips has warned pubs and bars to increase their security following the devastating bombing at the Manchester Arena last night.


05/23/2017

First speakers confirmed for Managed Pub Conference

An icon of craft beer, a Generation Z expert and the CEO of Revolution Bars Group have all been announced as speakers at the upcoming Managed Pub Conference.


05/23/2017

Turnover of largest pub groups continues to outpace inflation

The average turnover of the 50 biggest pub companies in the UK is continuing to outpace inflation.


05/23/2017

Licensing authorities and publicans to job swap for National Licensing Week

National Licensing Week will take place in mid June and see job swaps across the industry, the Institute of Licensing has confirmed.


05/23/2017

Ei licensee sees trade ‘walk down the street’ to rival Ei site

An Ei pub in Plymouth has launched a stinging attack on the pubco claiming that it is paying £80 more for tied beers than an Ei site two minutes’ walk down the road.


05/23/2017

Lords’ Licensing Act Review: what are the odds for change?

It’s more than a month since The House of Lords select committee published proposals for a “major overhaul” of the 2003 Licensing Act. But how many of the Lords’ recommendations are likely to be implemented by the next Government?


05/23/2017