UK publicans have something to cheer about after sales of pub-served beer rose by 2.6% between April and June — the biggest boost this century.
A former UK banker has bought nearly 400 struggling pubs believing he holds the key to returning them to profit and to reviving the British pub industry.
Two staff who suffered “horrific” burns to their face and eyes while cleaning out a beer line have prompted doctors to call for tougher safety measures in Australia.
French film supremo Gerard Depardieu was mysteriously unable to attend his film’s UK premiere in Edinburgh after a day spent sampling the wares of an Isle of Skye pub.
British pubs need to adapt the way they do business or risk going under according to two Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge.
Regulars at a London pub were left starstruck this week when in strolled David Beckham and Tom Cruise, who joined their ranks for a quiet drink.
Heineken is to invest £126m on expanding its UK operations; £50m at its Manchester brewery, £58m at its Hereford Cider plant and £18m on its pubs.
Pub bosses have infuriated eagle-eyed history buffs by erecting a sign of the wrong Duke of York, rather than the one after whom the 18th century pub was originally named.
The Queen has formally recognised a bill to introduce a new statutory code to protect tied-pub tenants in England and Wales.
The UK Government has announced new statutory laws to protect publicans tied to large pub companies from unfairly inflated rents and excessive beer prices.
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