Pub Search

Click for Detailed Search

List your function room with

List your B&B with
British Bed & Breakfast Guide

Latest News

Publican found guilty of manslaughter after punching man outside his pub

A former publican from Leicester has today (Friday 29 September) been convicted of manslaughter and perverting the course of justice after he punched a man outside his pub, knocking him to the ground.

Chelsea take on Manchester City during this weekend's Premier League action

A whole host of Premier League action will be see major teams clash this weekend.

The Ultimate Cocktail Recipes Guide - Volume One

Cuba Libre or Negroni? We've worked alongside some of the finest drinks suppliers to bring you our Ultimate Cocktail Guide

Which is best, a tenancy or a lease?

Your knowledge of the pub business and how much money you have to spend are key factors in deciding whether you come into the trade on a tenancy, lease or a freehold. It is crucial to get it right first time

Thousands more pubs will close, says CAMRA

The massive hike in business rates, resulting in raised prices of pints, will make many customers unable to afford to go to their local, according to The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

Mixed response to Cask Marque’s 'Beautiful Beer' scheme

Licensees have given varied responses to a new scheme that Cask Marque has announced, which aims to recognise pubs that provide a wide experience.

What's on at the Bar and Pub Show?

Thousands of guests are getting ready to visit The Bar & Pub Show, The Restaurant Show, Conscious Hospitality Show and Catering Equipment Expo next week.

Meantime Brewing Company hiring for the position of ‘beer taster’

Ever thought about how great it would be to get paid to sit around and drink beer?

What do Greene King’s joint ventures mean for tenanted pubs?

Greene King will work with more pub industry stars on joint ventures after announcing the launch of a third site with celebrity chef Tom Kerridge this week, but managing director Clive Chesser vowed tenanted sites would not be forgotten.

Why pubs should remain positive despite predicted troubles for industry

While banks and pubcos are predicting a monumental storm for the pub trade, CGA Strategyâs chief operating officer has said that despite the future looking incredibly challenging, "itâs not all doom and gloom".

Second Punch boss steps down just weeks after Garrood

Giles Kendall, Punch operations director, is to leave the business after 16 years' service.

Fuller's opens new craft beer pub

Fuller's has opened a new London pub after a four-week refurbishment, offering a wide range of craft beer, including some "exclusive, and often hard to find, brews".

Drunken sexual harassment 'is expected on a night out'

Charity Drinkaware has launched a new campaign called âIt's OK to Ask' to address the problem of sexual harassment in the night-time economy.

How publicans really feel about customers abusing Wi-Fi

As publicans continue to adapt to consumer demand, should pubs allow customers to stay for hours using the free Wi-Fi despite only buying one drink? Or, would they be right to ask them to leave?

Tom Kerridge to open third Greene King pub

Celebrity Michelin-starred pub chef Tom Kerridge is set to open his third gastropub, Greene King Marlow pub the Butcherâs Tap, in a bid to âbring the high street alive againâ.

Millennials: 'getting drunk is pathetic and for older people'

'Festival mad' Millennials have called last orders on the 'boozy pub culture', with 'wellness in and alcohol out' as they look for a wider range of experiences other than getting drunk, according to a new survey.

Brakspear managed estate hits 10 sites

Brakspear, the pub operator and brewer, is expanding its managed division with two pubs to transfer from its tenanted and leased business.

Cask Marque: decline in cask sales is 'concerning'

Cask Marqueâs Paul Nunny has admitted that the 5% drop in sales of cask beer reported in this yearâs Cask Report is âconcerningâ.

Cask must “stop being distracted” by craft beer says Innis & Gunn

The cask-beer industry should âstop being distractedâ by arguments over the definition of craft beer, according to Scottish brewery Innis & Gunn.

JDW and Loungers winners at Vegan Food Awards

Loungers and JD Wetherspoon (JDW) were among the sector winners at the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Vegan Food Awards 2017.