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Plate or Slate: Joe Cussens

Plate or Slate: Joe Cussens

Joe Cussens started his hospitality career as a kitchen porter at the age of 14. He is now the director of The Bath Pub Company. Award-winning food and a warm welcome is guaranteed at The Hare & Hounds, The Chequers, and The Marlborough Tavern – but will you find your food on a plate or a slate?

Plate or Slate: Joe Cussens
Wales the real winner in the battle of Britain

Wales the real winner in the battle of Britain

England may have won the match but when it came to the battle of the pubs Wales finished on top yesterday.

Wales the real winner in the battle of Britain
7 reasons people choose to stay at the pub

7 reasons people choose to stay at the pub

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?

7 reasons people choose to stay at the pub
Pub wins £10,000 to transform live music offer

Pub wins £10,000 to transform live music offer

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

Pub wins £10,000 to transform live music offer
11 ways to win at the Euros

11 ways to win at the Euros

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.

11 ways to win at the Euros

Watch: Inapub goes fishing

Taking your customers on an away day isn't uncommon, but how about a spot of sea fishing? 

Inapub with...Peter Schmeichel

Inapub with...Peter Schmeichel

Goalkeeping great Peter Schmeichel is lining-up at this summer's Euros in France as part of his role as a global ambassador for Carlsberg.
He spoke exclusively to Inapub in an interview that will appear in full in our June issue. In true Match of the Day style, here are a few of our edited highlights...

Inapub with...Peter Schmeichel
How to run a comedy night

Good for a laugh

Beer festivals, cider festivals, even music festivals are ten-a-penny these days but have you ever thought about a comedy festival?

How to run a comedy night
Treble top for Queens Head with Gary Anderson

Treble top for Queens Head with Gary Anderson

Darts fans were given a triple treat when double PDC World Champion Gary Anderson popped by with two more stars of the game.

Treble top for Queens Head with Gary Anderson
Win the Stereophonics in your pub

Win the Stereophonics in your pub

Welsh rockers the Stereophonics could be playing a gig in your pub as part of a competition with Brains.

Win the Stereophonics in your pub
Six things to remember for Easter

Six things to remember for Easter

It's an early one this year so here are six things to remember to ensure you are ready for Easter.

Six things to remember for Easter
Win a Formula One car at your pub with Sky

Win a Formula One car at your pub with Sky

The racers are back on the grid this weekend and now you have the chance to get a F1 car to stop at your pub.

Win a Formula One car at your pub with Sky
Talking to the Next Generation

Talking to the Next Generation

Future stars of the pub trade will meet up this month at our opening Next Generation event.

Talking to the Next Generation
Clever Zoning can boost business

Get in the zone: how clever design can boost profits

'Some of the best pubs appeal to different people for different things at the same time," we said of zoning in our recent run-down of 50 Things That Make Pubs Great .

"If you can have a dimly lit corner for the romantics and still get a group in for something more raucous, you're zoning well."

Clever Zoning can boost business
Getting a round in

Getting a round in

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.

Getting a round in
9 things that make St Patrick's Day special

9 things that make St Patrick's Day special

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.

9 things that make St Patrick's Day special
Carlsberg reveals £60m Euro vision for pubs

Carlsberg reveals £60m Euro vision for pubs

The on-trade is set for a £60m windfall this summer with Euro fever set to take over the country.

Carlsberg reveals £60m Euro vision for pubs
Licensee Phil is one in a million

Licensee Phil is one in a million

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.

Licensee Phil is one in a million
Thousands attempt to break pub quiz record

Thousands attempt to break pub quiz record

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.

Thousands attempt to break pub quiz record
Funeral receptions: How to help in difficult times

Funeral receptions: How to help in difficult times

Around 300 years ago, Benjamin Franklin said 'nothing is certain in life except death and taxes'. In the intervening years the pub trade has been vociferous about one of those subjects. Less so when it comes to the other.

Funeral receptions: How to help in difficult times

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