A Welsh landlord who bulldozed part of his pub at one in the morning after one of his staff refused to serve him after last orders will not face criminal charges.
Kent police commissioner Ann Barnes reduced a waitress to tears when a row erupted after she was overcharged for a glass of wine at a pub.
El Vino, the Fleet Street wine bar where journalists gathered to gossip and snoop in search of scoops has been sold by the family that founded it in 1879.
A list of rules dictating the proper etiquette when drinking in a typical Irish boozer has gone viral.
It is hardly news that times are tough in the UK pub industry. With pubs closing at a rate of 29 a week, publicans are being forced to be ever more inventive to stay open for business and remain profitable.
A pub landlord has started charging non-customers £1 to use his toilet after being slapped with a £400 bill for blockages.
A squirrel broke into a private members’ club, drank from its beer tap and proceeded to cause hundreds of pounds worth of damage.
A pub landlord took matters into his own hands to boost his pub’s footfall by erecting a fake bus stop on his doorstep.
As British people’s taste for high-end wine continues to grow, the new wave of gastropubs sweeping through the country are their preferred place for drinking it, according to a leading distributor.
An American couple have become so enamoured with a British pub that they have spent $75,000 flying 8,700 miles from their home every six weeks to visit.
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