Over 55s are more likely to drink at home instead of going to a traditional British pub, new YouGov research has claimed in its Getting in-home drinkers to go out report.
Cognac exports have reached their highest ever levels, with British businesses growing their share of take up.
Highly acclaimed restaurant chef Dom Robinson, who has worked in some of the world’s most prestigious venues, is to open a new gastropub in Berkshire.
Carlsberg has reported UK volumes down 7% in H1 2017, which it blamed on tough comparatives with Euro 2016.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, all pubs needed to do to entertain their punters was have a dartboard, a pool table and perhaps a fruit machine tucked away in the corner with some ballads playing in the background.
A number of pubs have been “named and shamed” in the Government’s latest list of companies that have failed to pay the national minimum and living wages.
Work has started on a historic pub that Westminster City Council demanded must be “rebuilt brick by brick” after it was illegally knocked down.
Cornish brewery St Austell has unveiled revamped designs for its bottled beer range.
Pubs are sewn into the very fabric of Britain, and it turns out that foreign visitors think so too.
Just two pubs have been named among the top 50 UK restaurants in the country by The Good Food Guide this year.
A Surrey brewery is celebrating its 25th birthday by offering pints of its flagship beer for just £1.30 a pint.
Bar staff can be put through the mill at times, having to deal with rude customers, expected to create miracles and all with a smile on their face.
The MA500 crowd is heading north of the border for the first time and will hit the streets of Edinburgh to visit some of the city’s most exciting and vibrant venues.
While many new craft brewers are seemingly chasing numbers and producing ever-stronger beers, there are a whole range of great lower-strength ales and lagers available for more mindful drinkers.
A Flaming Grill pub in Derby has been criticised on Facebook after it served an undercooked burger to a child.
A Kent bar has hit back at TripAdvisor reviews calling one user a “fantasist”, another “opinionated, rude and ignorant” and one other user “insane”.
Police are appealing for information after the manager of a Merseyside pub was robbed at the weekend.
Pubs will soon be competing against one another in a nationwide music quiz, thanks to entertainment company Startle International.
The unemployment rate is the lowest it has been since 1975, official figures have shown, with 125,000 more people in work in the three months from April to June 2017.
More than three quarters (78.8%) of diners cited poor-quality food as the main factor, which prompted them to leave a negative review, according to a recent study.