UK pubs face ‘ticking time bomb’ as 28,000 closed since 1970s

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has warned that UK pubs are facing a "ticking time bomb" due to rising business rates, revealing that the number of pubs has reduced by a third since the 1970s. 

CGA: Brits are spending more but drinking less

Data and research consultancy CGA has revealed a decline in volume drinks sales in Britain, as consumers increasingly spend more on booze and are more adventurous in their choices.

London ends 36-year streak as UK’s priciest place for a pint

For the first time since it began its annual survey 36 years ago, The Good Pub Guide has revealed that London is no longer the most expensive place to buy beer, having been surpassed by neighbouring Surrey. 

CAMRA’s top 16 Great British pubs of 2017

Each year CAMRA goes in search of Great Britain's best pubs as part of its pub of the year competition. Here we list 2017’s regional winners.

The week in pictures

August 25th, 2017

Dogs boost business at pubs

July 27th, 2017

Hot new London bar openings

July 26th, 2017

The week in pictures

April 21st, 2017

The week in pictures

February 24th, 2017

Subscribe to our newsletters