The UK and EU wine and spirit trade does not believe it can rely on politicians to deliver a Brexit that avoids disruption for the industry.
Good quality food, attentive staff and a friendly and inviting atmosphere are the three most important factors to make a perfect country pub, according to a study conducted by Elliotts Agency on behalf of Upham Pub Group.
Brexit was at the heart of the Queen’s Speech (21 June), as she announced the Government’s priority to secure the “best possible deal” as the country prepares to leave the European Union.
The prestigious Top 50 Gastropub list was founded in 2011 and from then, has gone from strength to strength.
Mitchells & Butlers brand Toby Carvery has announced it will be serving free carvery dinners to military personnel for Armed Forces Day this Saturday (24 June).
The latest challenge for pub owners is attracting Generation Z, people aged 18 to 24, who are addicted to technology and their phones.
With Brexit talks underway and the potential for tighter immigration limits on the horizon, a panel of industry leaders emphasised the importance of recruiting more people from the UK.
Cocktail bar owner Jason Hole is determined to find the owner of a wedding ring discovered inside pipework under a sink in his bar, That Place, in Swansea marina.
Regional brewers and the pubs that sell their beers extolled the local values of Norwich’s beers at this year’s City of Ale festival, which has now celebrated its seventh year.
Meantime has launched what it is calling the UK’s first ‘smart mirror’, which promises to keep beer garden drinkers in the sunshine constantly.
As Brexit talks began this week, The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has set out its stance on what are expected to be two years of complicated and difficult negotiations between the UK and the rest of the EU.
With gin production and sales still booming, what way will the market will go? The words small, craft and local will certainly be part of the success story.
The duo in charge of shaping the future of the Treby Arms speak candidly about the pub’s past and the changes made to hopefully secure its Michelin star for a fourth year.
An Essex operator has warned others in the trade to be aware of “exploding” garden furniture during the UK’s heatwave.
UK diners are suffering from ‘food fatigue’, according to a poll commissioned by Bookatable.
BrewDog has made amends with the owners of an independent Birmingham bar after the Scottish brewer came under fire for forcing the venue to change its name by threatening it with legal action.
Fewer consumers across the globe are eating three square meals a day at traditional times, apart from lunch, which is still eaten by the majority of people between 12noon and 1pm.
The Government should push ahead with a wholesale root and branch reform of the rates system that was promised at this year’s Spring Budget and during election campaigning, the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) has said in a letter to the Government.
Pubs affected by the police cordon that closed a large area of London Bridge and Borough Market following the terror attack on 3 June are being offered business rates relief from Southwark Council.
Owners of a South Shields bar have been left “shaken” after a petrol bomb was thrown through the window of their venue on Sunday night.