A 12 week lockdown could cost charities and grassroots sports an estimated £35m in funds raised by pubs, according to PubAid.
A new information phone line has been launched by Diageo to support licensed business owners who want to access the commercial measures announced by the government.
Experts across the hospitality industry have praised the government's promise to support businesses during the coronavirus crisis.
A Kent pub has opened its own shop in a bid to support people and provide essential items to help them cope in the covid-19 crisis.
Greene King has announced it is beginning to rollout a takeaway offering to its customers in a bid to provide traditional pub meals for people who are social distancing due to coronavirus.
Many pubs are using takeaway food options as a way to help keep their business going throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has partnered with the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) and Crowdfunder to help pubs, clubs, breweries, taprooms and cider producers during the Covid-19 crisis.
A Surrey-based brewery has introduced a drive-through service to allow customers to buy beer safely, amid the covid-19 pandemic.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has said a 12 month business rate holiday for pubs doesn't go far enough to support the industry in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
More than 200 CEO's from across the UK's hospitality sector have called on the government to provide immediate support for businesses.