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Robyn Black

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

Robyn Black is Inapub's drinks expert and deputy editor. Follow her on Twitter @MrsRobynBlack

12.1.2017 Blogs

I hate to come across as a smug know it all (despite having an unfortunate tendency to do so) but when I said the good old British pub was the original place of hygge I wasn't far wrong.

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4.1.2017 Blogs

From scratchy school ties to the glamour of an airline attendant, everyone has an opinion on uniforms.

So, on the back of our recent feature looking at the benefits of staff uniforms, we thought we'd get some fashion advice - you don't want your team to look dated.

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15.11.2016 Blogs

It's got no direct English translation but the Danish concept of Hygge (pronouced something like Hue-gah... I think) has nonetheless swept across the nation in recent years reaching peak hygge this autumn it seems.

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2.11.2016 Robyn Black


Cor blimey, they weren't joking were they?

The new design for Pedigree and other Marston's beers certainly lives up to its billing as "radical" and "revolutionary."

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18.10.2016 Robyn Black

If drinking moderately could help you live longer, you'd want to know that wouldn't you?

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27.9.2016 Robyn Black

It's Cask Ale Week and hopefully you've got lots of lovely beers primed and ready to go on the bar, the cellar is in tip-top condition and lines are squeaky clean – but have you prepped your bar staff as thoroughly?

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18.8.2016 Robyn Black

Millennials now make up the majority of wine drinkers in the US, according to a study.

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16.6.2016 Robyn Black
1.6.2016 Robyn Black

Occasionally you see a piece of research and you cannot help but think to yourself that it goes against all logic.

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21.4.2016 Robyn Black

Last month we Welsh waved our daffs to celebrate St David. This month the world went green for St Patrick's Day and you English barely remember to remember St George, so it seems as good a time as any – with apologies to the Scots who don't get their day until November - to look at what defines British beer today.

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