A dad in Cambridge was left "fuming" having been barred from his local 'Spoons for buying his 13-year-old an alcohol-free cider, according to local news. But what would you do?
UKHospitality's report to address the misconceptions of jobs in the pub trade is a welcome move.
Ever heard of the "aggregation of marginal gains"? It's a theory that was used to huge success by Sir Dave Brailsford when he was performance director of British Cycling.
As disappointing as the rejection to support "all pub-goers and beer, cider and perry drinkers" is, perhaps we can still see some rays of hope?