The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has predicted that 4.8 million pints of low and no alcohol beer will be sold across January.
Research has shown that a quarter of all visits to a pub now do not include alcohol.
The number of small pubs and bars has risen for the first time in more than 15 years, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Consumers spent more on food and drink over the festive period than in 2018, figures have shown.
More and more no and low alcohol brands are being introduced to the market proving this category isn't just for January.
Licensees are being encouraged to get their entries in ahead of the SIBA Business awards.
More than half of midlife drinkers have consumed or would try alcohol-free drinks.
The Campaign for Real Ale has jumped onboard the Tryanuary wagon as a sponsor in a bid to encourage more people to visit their local pubs throughout January.
So here we are. It's the start of a new year and after a month of overindulgence, Dry January has arrived. While booze-free months have not traditionally been seen as an opportunity for pubs, times are changing.
We are approaching the quiet month of the year as punters choose to abstain from alcohol following overindulgence in December. So, what can we do to encourage more people to come to the pub?
More than £1m of government funding has been announced which will help community pubs across the UK.
Consumers are spending an average of £69.64 on a night out, which is up 3.9 per cent year on year.
Hogs Back Brewery is reprising its successful 'Support Your Local, Go TEA Total' campaign in January.
New research has revealed that almost two-thirds of drinkers in the UK over-indulge on alcohol over the festive season more than they usually do.
No and low alcohol drinks are on the rise ahead of what could be the biggest ever Dry January in 2020.
Bermondsey-based Fourpure Brewing Co. has teamed up with Jameson Irish Whiskey to create a Barrel-Aged Irish Coffee Imperial Stout – Nightcap.
It's the most wonderful time of the year so it's the perfect occasion to tempt more customers through your doors and keep them staying longer.
Drinks giant Diageo has bought Tipplesworth, a pre-mixed cocktail specialist to make serving cocktails easier for on-trade outlets.
The London Essence Company has unveiled a new tonic font dispenses five different flavoured tonics and aims help pubs be more sustainable.
For years having a hot alcoholic drink in a pub has come to mean a mulled wine or, more recently, cider. This year, however, hot cocktails are predicted to come up to the boil.