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Matthew Eley

Matthew Eley

Matthew Eley

Matt Eley is an Inapub contributor. Follow him on Twitter @mattheweley

15.6.2016 Blogs

So far this week I have visited three licensees in three pubs in different parts of the country.

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6.6.2016 Play

As standards across the pub industry continue to rise, more customers are choosing the pub as the place for an overnight stay. Your guests will come for many different reasons but do you know why they choose you?

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27.5.2016 Back bar

Mitch Adams ran family freehouse the Thatchers Arms in Suffolk before becoming the licensee at renowned brewpub The Bull in Highgate, North London. He is also a beer blogger and something of a whizz when it comes to matching beer and cider with food.

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20.5.2016 Back bar

Pubs should be packed this summer as the best players from across Europe battle for the crown of continental champions. 

The Euros will provide plenty of great moments as it has done in the past. Here are some of our favourites.

 

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20.5.2016 Play

A pub in the Highlands has beaten off competition from hundreds across the UK to win a makeover that will transform the business.

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18.5.2016 Blogs

The following extract is a representation of a conversation I had last week.

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17.5.2016 Play

Can it really be 20 years since England last threatened to win a major tournament? Back then we were on home soil and had Scotland for company in the group.

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11.5.2016 Drink

When I first met Giuseppe Verdoni, one of the owners of The Italian Job, plans to crowd-fund a second site had been live for a day.

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9.5.2016 Back bar

Do you know how much energy you are wasting at work? We’re not talking about all that running around you do but the cost of your utilities.

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3.5.2016 Blogs

Champagne corks and beer bottle tops have been popping across Leicester and beyond to celebrate one of the most unlikely sporting successes in living memory. And before the foggy heads of the players who attended Jamie Vardy's party had cleared, food and drinks companies were trying to get a piece of the pie.

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