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AB InBev revenue up 5% in latest global results

Anheuser-Busch InBev’s revenue grew by 5% in the most recent quarter, according to the company’s latest results, published today (27 July). 


Trade bodies welcome pre-Brexit plans to assess EU worker contributions

The Government’s plan to assess the economic contribution of EU migrants has been welcomed by leading trade bodies within the food and drink industry. 


BrewDog rolls out major incident training in all its UK bars

Craft beer brewery and bar chain owner BrewDog has announced it will be indroducing a major incident-training programme across all its UK bars. 


Meet the GBPA nominees: Best Cider Bar/Pub

Next up in our previews of each of the 100+ finalists in this year’s John Smith’s Great British Pub Awards is the Best Cider Bar/Pub category.


Charles Wells secures fourth Pizza, Pots & Pints site

Pizza, Pots & Pints, the award-winning pub restaurant format, is set to open a new site – its fourth within two years. 


Heineken invests £4.6m into north-west locals

Heineken is investing £4.6 million into a selection of its Star Pubs & Bars sites in the north-west, including £1.2m in the Liverpool area, as part of a £20m investment programme.


Men discuss issues at the pub, not on social media

When it comes to talking about serious issues with friends, men are more likely to want to discuss them in the pub than on social media.


Drinks industry following minimum unit pricing court case closely

The UK drinks industry, and the Scottish trade in particular, is following an appeal case in the Supreme Court with more than a little interest for clues on whether minimum alcohol pricing is going to be introduced.


JD Wetherspoon denies paying its staff below the minimum wage

JD Wetherspoon has denied it pays some of its staff below the national minimum rate. 


Stonegate acquires Punch pub

Stonegate is spending £400,000 in revamping a coastal pub in Kent and creating a further 25 jobs.


Pubs code adjudicator receives over 550 enquiries in its first year

More than 550 enquiries have been made to the pubs code adjudicator (PCA) in its first year with the overwhelming number of cases that have been accepted relating to the market-rent-only (MRO) option under which tied tenants can request to go free of tie.


Northern Irish gin wins two international awards

 Boatyard Gin has won two awards in the prestigious International Wine and Spirit Competition 2017. 


JDW pub kitchen forced to shut after ‘pests’ found in nearby bins

Pests, thought to be maggots were discovered in nearby bins to a JD Wetherspoon (JDW) pub in Gloucestershire, forcing the kitchen to close temporarily. 


Meet the GBPA nominees: Best Beer Bar/Pub

It’s back and it’s bigger and better than ever. Yes, it’s that time of year again, when judges close in on the category winners in The John Smith’s Great British Pub Awards – the highlight in the calendars of licensees up and down the land.


XT brewing releases pale ale featuring prototype hops

A Buckinghamshire brewery is pioneering the use of new unnamed hops that can reportedly withstand pests and diseases. 


Spotlight: survey lays bare the fears of licensees

An annual survey of readers of The Morning Advertiser shows a sector struggling to keep up with the demands of a changing consumer base. Here we detail their concerns and look at what solutions are offered in MCA’s UK Pub Market Report.


Christmas comes early for Bristol pub

A publican has “bookings coming out of her ears” for the festive season after putting up a fully-decorated Christmas tree – five months early.


Conman ‘scamming licensees’ through fake pub guide promise

A publisher of UK pub guides and maps from Liverpool has warned publicans a conman is ripping off licensees across the country by trading under his name.


Tiny Rebel brewery temporarily ceases can sales and issues recall notice

Welsh brewery Tiny Rebel has announced it is temporarily halting all of its canned beer production after reports of lids popping off several batches. 


Set up for spirit success

While your operation may be known for serving the best Mojito or the region’s greatest gin and tonic, there are many operational areas that could negatively impact your trade and profit. Nicholas Robinson reports.