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.
The landlord celebrated the milestone – reached after 28 years behind the bar – with the special beer, One in a Phillion, brewed by Norfolk's Woodforde's.
Phillip said: "It's amazing to think I've pulled my millionth pint and I can honestly say that I've enjoyed serving every single one!
"Thank you to all my customers, colleagues, friends and supporters as well as thanks to Woodforde's, one of my best-selling brewers over those 28 years, for creating this special brew."
Rupert Farquharson, Woodforde's managing director, added: "We were naturally delighted to produce this special beer to celebrate a long-standing and highly successful operator. Congratulations, Phil!"
The Murderers, which dates back to 1696, got its name after the landlady's daughter was murdered by her husband after being seen in the pub with another man in 1895.