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Robyn Black

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

Robyn Black is Inapub's drinks expert and editor. Follow her on Twitter @MrsRobynBlack

28.8.2019 Drink

Insight from Pernod Ricard UK suggests gin will be a popular festive tipple for the third year running, while hot and martini-style cocktails will dominate menus.

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23.8.2019 Drink

Move aside Boaty McBoatface, the people of Antwerp have elected to rename one of their favourite beers "Bolleke" after the bowl-shaped chalice in which the beer is served.

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21.8.2019 Drink

A special edition of the beer, inspired by Mexico's Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations, has been released.

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16.8.2019 Eat

It's not just for curry houses, say the organisers.

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15.8.2019 Drink

The brewer is spending £7.5m over the next two years to make the changes on its Carling and Coors Light brands.

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13.8.2019 Play

Will Buck is the manager of McMullen & Sons pub the Nags Head in Covent Garden. He has been with McMullen & Sons for 17 years, starting off at Saracens Head in Ware as an assistant Manager with his first taste of management in Windsor. Before McMullen's Will worked in Bristol for Greene King. In his spare time you can usually find him on the golf course or with his daughter.

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12.8.2019 Back bar

In a survey two thirds also said that they feel the cleanliness of a bathroom reflects the quality of the food served and over a quarter admitted to checking the toilets before deciding where to drink or eat.

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26.7.2019 Drink

If you've read our June/July issue already (and if not, why not?! Check it out here) then you'll know that this year pink drinks are a thing, so here's three more to add to your collection (and they're not all gin-based either...)

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24.7.2019 Drink

The 'Sunshine Makes It Taste Better' campaign aims to help publicans capitalise on vital summer soft drink sales.

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23.7.2019 Back bar

The initiative was set up by industry entrepreneur Yaser Martini for his charity Team Margot, established in 2015 for his daughter Margot who lost her battle with blood cancer aged two, having been unable to find her 'perfect match'.

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