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Revealed: The perfect sausage sandwich

If you want to make the perfect sausage sandwich, then you'd better get in the Cumberlands.

The long read: how to sell cider this winter

Apples, and pears for that matter, are traditionally an autumn fruit. They are natural bedfellows of wintry flavours like cinnamon, clove and nutmeg, so why does the pub trade continue to view cider as solely a summer tipple?

Boddingtons and Melanie Sykes are back

As promised Melanie Sykes has returned as the face of Boddingtons.

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Dispensing quality every time

Fancy reducing some of your business costs, cutting wastage and improving the quality of your beer all at the same time? Annmarie Barwick, general manager at London's Leadbelly's bar did, so she turned to QDS BY CARLSBERG

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Krombacher low alcohol launched

The latest entrant to the UK low and no alcohol beer scene is this lager from German brewery, Krombacher, containing less than 0.5 per cent ABV.

Vintage non-alcoholic wine launched

As the popularity of alcohol-free grows this new entrant to the market claims to be a zero alcohol drink that can be aged just like a fine wine.

Could you charge more for your cask?

Cask drinkers spend more than most customers and help pubs grow their trade.

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Breakfast is booming...but are pubs missing out?

The nation dines out for breakfast more than ever before – but are pubs missing out on the chance of a full success?

Mix & Match: how spirits can unlock the potential of dining occasions

51 per cent of all meals in the on-trade are enjoyed with an alcoholic drink and 51 per cent of people say alcohol is an important factor in where they choose to eat.

Brioche perfect for brunch (and Christmas menus)

Forget a buttery biscuit base, this year it's all about the buttery, brioche bread.

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Make Halloween a fright to remember

It might be an event filled with ghouls and ghosts but Halloween represents an opportunity to pubs that is anything but scary.

Show sport and fans are 99% sure to return

Showing sport in pubs is a virtual guarantee of loyalty, according to new research.

Haye v Bellew: back on Box Office

The eagerly awaited rematch between heavyweights David Haye and Tony Bellew could help pubs attract more punters in the run up to Christmas.


Dispensing quality every time

Fancy reducing some of your business costs, cutting wastage and improving the quality of your beer all at the same time? Annmarie Barwick, general manager at London's Leadbelly's bar did, so she turned to QDS BY CARLSBERG

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Forget coffee is it all about tea now?

Fans of The Archers will know that recently Kombucha, a fermented tea, made its journey from hipster café to Ambridge, where Tom Archer had plans to sell it.

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