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Famous for...being a cash free pub

If you were running a book, there would have been long odds on a 16th-century pub in a Suffolk village being the first in the country to go cashless but The Boot, Freston, Suffolk did just that.

Rise in number of jobs across the hospitality sector

The number of jobs advertised in the hospitality industry increased by 15 per cent last year, according to new data.

CAMRA unveils best looking pubs at annual awards

The most stunning British pubs have been unveiled by CAMRA in its prestigious Pub Design Awards.

 

 

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For every beer, a nut: the profit potential of premium nuts

From Batman & Robin to gin & tonic, it's fair to say that time has given us some great pairings. Well here's another: nuts & beer.

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Beer Day Britain set to be a boost for pubs across the country

Pubs are being urged to celebrate the country's favourite drink as Beer Day Britain makes its return.

 

Get the right formation for your drinks range ahead of the FA Cup Weekend

It's important that pub and bar managers consider the line-up of brands on the bar, just like football managers select their players for the pitch, says Heineken UK.

UK cocktail market in double digit growth (nearly)

The value of the cocktail market has grown by 9.5 per cent in just a year, with nine million people now drinking cocktails on a night out.

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New sausages to cater for vegans

It's not just bleeding burgers these days - now vegans can enjoy a good old British banger too.

Roast dinners are most popular pub food

The classic Sunday roast is the British people's favourite pub grub, according to new research.

New campaign to tackle £3 billion food waste in hospitality industry

75% of food thrown away by pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants could have been eaten, says WRAP the sustainability charity.

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Get up for the cups

There are few events that provide the excitement — or the need to sup nervously on a beer — of a cup final. The good news for pubs is that the next month or so is packed with them. Here's what's ...

Plate or Slate: Sport Shack

Danny Grayson and James Dobson teamed up to launch micro sports bar concept Sport Shack in September. They have already opened three venues in Sheffield and are aiming to expand the business across Yorkshire.

Licensee's year-long hair-raising experience

A hirsute host has helped raise more than £14,000 for charity by letting his hair and beard grow for the best part of a year.


Charity helps to get homeless people back into work

Sessions are being organised by a charity to help hospitality industry employers get homeless people back into work.

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For every beer, a nut: the profit potential of premium nuts

From Batman & Robin to gin & tonic, it's fair to say that time has given us some great pairings. Well here's another: nuts & beer.