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SRA starts fight to reduce food waste

The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) has launched an online programme to spur pubs to reduce food waste.

New app will provide details on city pubs’ accessibility

A university student is developing an app that will bring together information on the accessibility features of pubs, restaurants and cafÃs in Oxford.

How do you like them apples?

Hawkes is treading the craft path of cider and its positioning on the Bermondsey Beer Mile is a move to appeal to more discerning tastes. âChief Hawkerâ Simon Wright reveals all

What televised sport can your pub show this summer?

The climax of the Premier League signalled the end of domestic football in the UK, so whatâs next? Hereâs how you can keep sports fans happy for summer

NewRiver aims for £2.8m spend on pub projects

Following what NewRiverâs CFO Mark Davies described as a âpretty eventfulâ year â both he and Hawthorn Leisureâs CEO Gerry Carroll believe that the companyâs pub business is well placed to develop further.

Move to axe EU migrant salary threshold welcomed

Reports that the Government will look to move away from a Â30,000 salary threshold for EU workers moving to the UK in future policy have been welcomed by hospitality trade bodies.

Strike threatens beer deliveries in the north

A beer shortage could hit certain pub chains in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and the Midlands if a lorry driversâ strike goes ahead, Unite the union has warned.

Old Mout Cider and WWF partner to protect habitats

Old Mout and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have joined forces to launch a campaign that will help to protect 500,000 acres of habitat around the world.

CAMRA recognises cool pub conversions

The winners of CAMRAâs Pub Design Awards have been announced, with pubs recognised for their efforts in converting disused buildings into pubs and protecting historic taverns.

Fancy getting paid £2,000 to review pubs in the UK?

Brewer and pub operator Greene King is searching for its first event tester â who will get paid Â2,000 to travel the country and taste beer.

Sales up at Young’s despite ‘tough start’ to 2019

Pub group Youngâs has celebrated strong annual growth, attributing a sales lift to the unexpected World Cup success and warm weather.

NewRiver income from pub portfolio increases by £9.2m

NewRiverâs pub net property income rose from Â12.7m to Â21.9m despite the FTSE 250 companyâs overall loss of Â36.9m after tax, according to its latest financial results.

Hoxton Spirits bottles banana-flavoured rum

UK-based spirits brand Hoxton Spirits has expanded its portfolio with the addition of a banana-flavoured rum.

Vodka brand launches sustainable strawberry flavour variant

Black Cow, which is claimed to be the worldâs smoothest vodka, is launching an English strawberry flavour innovation.

Greene King launches LGBT+ network at London’s oldest gay pub

Bury St Edmunds-based brewer and pub operator Greene King has officially launched LGBT+ network, The Village Greene, at what is thought to be Londonâs oldest LGBT+ pub.

Making your pub more accessible

Thereâs money to be made at your premises from a revenue stream few licensees consider â and redoubling your efforts on venue accessibility could be the way to tap into that rich vein of cash

The most popular pub names in 2019

Ever wondered what the most popular pub names in the UK are?

New Truman’s brewery to increase capacity tenfold

Trumanâs has revealed plans for a new brewery in Walthamstow, east London, that will drastically increase its brewing capacity.

‘It’s graft gin, not craft’ says Warner’s gin founder

Warnerâs gin founder Tom Warner has dubbed his seven-year-old brand as âgraftâ gin rather than âcraftâ in defiance of what he called misleading marketing by large gin producers that make inferior products.

Greene King probes ‘we don’t do disableds’ claim

Bury St Edmunds-based brewer and pub operator Greene King is investigating an accusation that a customer at one of its pubs was refused service on the grounds of being disabled.