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James Evison

James Evison

James Evison

James Evison is Inapub's multimedia and food editor. He tweets @jamesevison. Email: james@inapub.co.uk 

21.3.2018 Back bar

The UK has a rich history of poets sinking pints in their local boozers, and several of the UK's most well-known writing communities were founded and met in pubs. To celebrate World Poetry Day, Inapub takes a look at bards and their beers.

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21.3.2018 Eat

There is an almost limitless number of toppings to put on pizzas now. But what do Brits actually want on pub pizza menus? 

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20.3.2018 Back bar

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has revealed the best pub designs across Britain, which includes the 'longest bar in Britain', a 1930s neo-Georgian roadhouse, a former Victorian coffeehouse and a new build pub.

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19.3.2018 Eat

Dab and chips anyone? Brits should switch their fish choices following Brexit to support the economy, it has been claimed by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS).

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19.3.2018 Back bar

Against a backdrop of pub closures – the latest CAMRA stats are 18 per week – the six year story of a local community coming together to purchase its pub is certainly heartwarming.

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16.3.2018 Drink

The Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) business award winners have been announced, including the UK's best craft beer bars, in association with Inapub.

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16.3.2018 Play

A pub in Balham, London, has found a unique spin on holding speed dating nights – adding nudity to the event.

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15.3.2018 Eat

Farmhouse Inns has decided to make it an eggcellent Easter by making a special version of a Yorkshire pudding - a dessert filled with Cadbury's creme eggs.

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14.3.2018 Eat

More than half of vegans, vegetarians, pescetarians, and those with allergies are 'bored' with the current choices available when eating out, according to a new study.

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14.3.2018 Back bar

A study has shown a huge unexpected boost in hospitality employment, but the firm behind the figures claims it reveals a sector 'desperate' to fill vacancies ahead of Brexit.

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