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Brixton in south London is famous for many things — the social unrest of the 1980s, a bohemian arts community, some of the most vibrant markets in the capital, and being the birthplace of David Bowie. Golf does not feature highly on that list.
Multiple-award winning licensee Keris De Villiers runs two pubs in London’s Wandsworth with her husband Lee, The Pig & Whistle and The Old Sergeant.
What has felt like a month of trade shows culminated last week with Craft Beer Rising.
A former nightclub has won the prestigious CAMRA National Pub of the Year title.
St Patrick’s Day is the friendliest day of the year. That’s not just some hack making a vague statement based on a few decent nights out on the Black Stuff — that is an actual fact.
The future of the pub industry looks bright if the application process for our Next Generation project is anything to go buy.
The biggest wrappers in the sector are going soft on us but the quality is going up a notch.
The on-trade is set for a £60m windfall this summer with Euro fever set to take over the country.
Here's a licensee who could murder a pint.
Phillip Cutter raises a glass to celebrate serving his one millionth pint at Norwich freehouse The Gardeners Arms, which is better known as The Murderers.
Tens of thousands of quizzers put their grey matter to the test on Sunday to raise huge sums for charity while attempting to break a world record.