UK pub group Punch Taverns has unveiled details of a restructure in its latest effort to reduce “unsustainable” £2.26 billion debts.
New data paints a positive picture of the UK on-trade, pointing to sustained growth over the last 16 consecutive months.
A UK pub which claims to have one of the world’s largest collections of whisky has been put up for sale with an asking price of £250,000.
Strong beer sales boosted by good weather helped UK brewery Adnams increase its turnover by £4 million in the first half of 2014.
Moët Hennessy’s sparkling Argentine brand Chandon has launched the next big phase of its UK push in the form of an eight-week partnership with Mitchells & Butlers’ Premium Country Pubs.
JD Wetherspoon’s chairman has hit out at celeb chef Jamie Oliver and his chain of restaurants for driving up rent prices and in turn forcing out pubs.
The president of the UK’s College of Emergency Medicine has called the extension of pub opening times for England’s World Cup games “unwelcome”.
Rising rents and the ongoing boom in craft beer are threatening to put many of New York’s traditional Irish pubs out of business.
CAMRA has called on the Mayor of London to give greater protection to pubs in London, revealing that 90 currently close every year.
Pubs in England will be allowed to stay open for longer during the country’s World Cup matches after a consultation ordered by the PM deemed it an “occasion of exceptional national significance”.
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