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Bitter price rise for pubs to swallow

Bitter price rise for pubs to swallow

The average price of a pint of bitter has risen above the £3 mark for the first time.

Bitter price rise for pubs to swallow

Old Mout cider aims to save the Kiwi

Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan have joined forces with Old Mout cider to try and save the Kiwi bird.

CAMRA wants business rates cut for all

CAMRA wants business rates cut for all

Pubs need more support than ever before.

That was the message from CAMRA as it launched the 45th edition of its Good Beer Guide this week.

CAMRA wants business rates cut for all
Cask Ale Week 2018

Marston's goes big for Cask Ale Week

Cask Ale Week kicks off next week (Thursday September 21 to October 1) and brewer Marston's has announced a raft of activity.

Cask Ale Week 2018
with 81 per cent of punters more likely to order a hot chocolate if it is made from chocolate flakes

Thorntons aims to add some luxury to the booming hot chocolate market

Hot chocolate is currently the second most popular hot beverage to order out-of-home, after coffee  - cue the launch of Thorntons Luxury Chocolate Flakes 

with 81 per cent of punters more likely to order a hot chocolate if it is made from chocolate flakes
Gordon's Premium Pink gin has been launched

Gordon's adds a pink gin

Following a successful launch in Tesco, a pink version of Gordon's gin is set to hit pubs and bars.

Gordon's Premium Pink gin has been launched
Surrey is now the most expensive place in the UK for a pint

London no longer the most expensive place to buy a pint

For the first time The Good Pub Guide's annual survey of drink prices finds the capital is not the priciest in the country.

Surrey is now the most expensive place in the UK for a pint

How not to change a keg

Beer hygiene company Avani has created a series of humorous "How not to" educational films.

Is there still a place for German beer?

Is there still a place for German beer?

German beers have long been bywords for everything that is great about beer but, in a world of local and craft beer, is there still an opportunity for the German beers?

We asked some movers and shakers to answer our questions.

Is there still a place for German beer?
The Drinkaware Crew operate within venues

Drinkaware Crew rolled out for Freshers Week.

Alcohol education charity Drinkaware is to expand its Drinkaware Crew initiative this autumn, to coincide with Freshers Week.

The Drinkaware Crew operate within venues
Carlsberg brings The Danish Way to UK festivals

Carlsberg brings The Danish Way to UK festivals

Carlsberg is bringing a touch of Scandinavian style to the UK festival scene this summer, with its Danish Quarter installation bringing an interactive experience to events including Latitude, V, Reading and more.

Carlsberg brings The Danish Way to UK festivals
Paddy says cheers to a pub less ordinary

Paddy says cheers to a pub less ordinary

A pub that has raised thousands for good causes is now £5,000 better off and has won the title of 'Britain's most extraordinary pub'.

Paddy says cheers to a pub less ordinary
Pubs sell beer like it's 1992 to say happy birthday Hogs Back

Pubs sell beer like it's 1992 to say happy birthday Hogs Back

It was an Annus Horribilis for the Royal Family, John Major was at Number 10, Gary Lineker played his last game for England...and Hogs Back Brewery was born.

Pubs sell beer like it's 1992 to say happy birthday Hogs Back
Thatchers cider balloon hits Bristol's skies

Thatchers cider balloon hits Bristol's skies

Thatchers debuted its cider balloon at the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta this weekend.

Thatchers cider balloon hits Bristol's skies
Pilango launches hopped cider

Pilango launches hopped cider

In a bid to lure craft beer fans into craft cider Pilango has launched a hopped cider.

Pilango launches hopped cider
Southern Comfort launches 100 per cent Proof

Southern comfort for Scottish cocktail queen

A bartender from Edinburgh has won herself a trip to New Orleans courtesy of Southern Comfort.

Southern Comfort launches 100 per cent Proof
Last chance to win firkin loads of Wainwright

Last chance to win firkin loads of Wainwright

The sun is up, the sky is blue... and we have got a lovely treat for you.

Last chance to win firkin loads of Wainwright
Hardys is the People's Choice when it comes to wine

Hardys is the People's Choice when it comes to wine

It is one of the best-established wine brands in the world which is just one of the reasons why Hardys has been named as Favourite Wine Brand in the Inapub People's Choice Awards 2017.

Hardys is the People's Choice when it comes to wine
Doom Bar is the Inapub People's Choice of ale

Doom Bar is the Inapub People's Choice of ale

Cornish classic Doom Bar is not only the best-selling ale in the country, it is the People's Choice.

Doom Bar is the Inapub People's Choice of ale
This Gin festival could help you revamp the back bar

This Gin festival could help you revamp the back bar

A host of new and independent tonic and gin brands will be showcased this weekend.
This Gin festival could help you revamp the back bar

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