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Lock-ins aren't what they used to be.

Swann: 'Being a pundit is like going to the pub'

England's former spin king Graeme Swann has compared his job as a pundit to being in the pub.

Fifth of people are planning to drink less this Christmas

New research reveals 21 per cent of adults are intending to cut down on the booze this December and almost half (45 per cent) are planning to buy more soft drinks over the festive period, when compared to the rest of ...

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Delivering quality with the perfect pint

If you think about it, the only reason for even ordering a second beer is the quality of the first. So while pouring a pint isn't hard, with just a tiny bit more effort you'll be able to pour ...

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Arla plans to “up the country’s protein intake”

With 45 per cent of Brits believing it's important to increase protein intake when exercising, (Mintel), Arla Foods has launched a milk with added protein.

BrewDog to grow its pack after another successful year

BrewDog is celebrating the growth of its flagship beer by launching a recruitment drive across the UK.

Quirky Wines are all the rage

Taking their cues from craft beer Crown Cellars' Quirky Wines range has been extended, after a "hugely successful" debut.

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Exclusive competition with MCain

Win a £650 personalised Blok knife, £150-worth of McCain Gourmet/Traditional chips AND a chip masterclass

Revealed: The perfect sausage sandwich

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

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?

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Irish succeed in tackling pub quiz

In those stories where an Englishman an Irishman and a Scotsman walk into a bar, the joke always ends up at the expense of the drinker from the Emerald Isle.

Deltic shows how Halloween brought out the party people

Halloween parties at the pub helped Brits enjoy themselves more this year than last.

Walkers given directions to the pub

Customers could be walking straight to your doors thanks to a new million-pound campaign.


Delivering quality with the perfect pint

If you think about it, the only reason for even ordering a second beer is the quality of the first. So while pouring a pint isn't hard, with just a tiny bit more effort you'll be able to pour the perfect one - resulting in happier customers, less wastage and more money in the till. We went with HEINEKEN to The Rectory in Birmingham to find out how it's done.

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Top tips for driving footfall

Listings and entertainment app, the Entertainer, has come up with a list of things people are looking for when they are choosing which pub to visit.