7 May 2021

Almost half of readers worried working from home will hit trade

Just under half of operators are concerned about the potential impact that a long-term decline of office-working on their pub business.
7 May 2021

‘Soft drinks sales won’t return to pre-pandemic levels until 2023’

Sales of non-alcoholic drinks arenât predicted to hit 2019 levels for another two years, one soft drinks producer has revealed.
7 May 2021

Accommodation and food service sectors top furlough claims

The accommodation and food service sectors â including hospitality businesses â made Â4.36bn worth of furlough claims, the highest value across all sectors, as per new […]
7 May 2021

Pub outbreak numbers reveal restriction scandal

One hundred and seven. Read that again – 107. That is the total number of outbreaks in pub settings between June 2020 and February 2021 – […]
7 May 2021

Summer cider: Inch’s and Old Mout launches from Heineken, Toffee Apple alcohol-free

The latest batch of new on-trade launches includes more pours from Old Mout and Brothers, as well as a new cider brand launch from Heineken.
7 May 2021

BrewDog: ‘It’s been hold on to your hats time on supply’

BrewDog has managed to keep up with demand for its beer, but it has been âhold on to your hats timeâ, since hospitality reopened for outdoor […]
6 May 2021

Customers implored to ‘wrap up warm’ before complaining about heaters

The Morning Advertiser (MA) asked operators how they had adapted to trading at the mercy of a cold British spring.
6 May 2021

JDW hires general manager for Scotland, Stonegate forges ‘bar to boardroom’ pathway

The latest news on people moves, jobs and training from across the pub sector includes updates from the sectors largest operators as well as bodies striving […]
6 May 2021

AB InBev sees volume decline in on-trade due restrictions

Global beer company AB InBev saw a total volume drop of low-single digits as a result of pub closures, it has reported.
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