We may live in a world addicted to communicating via smartphones but when it comes to the important stuff technology doesn't get close to the pub.
The search is on to discover the UK’s most dog-friendly places, so if your pub is filled with dog walkers right now you could be in with a chance of winning.
These licensees are giving their customers the chance to grow veg on their land – on the proviso that they share some of the goods.
Opening early to screen the Lions tour worked well for pubs, according to data from beer-flow monitors Vianet.
BT Sport has revealed that its successful Pub Cup tournament is being scaled up for next season.
Pubs around the country have tapped into the addictive force of ITV2's Love Island and will screen the live final.
Whether you're a big sports bar or a local countryside boozer, Inapub has launched a supplement packed with all the latest insights and tips on boosting profits with sports.
Premier League new boys Brighton & Hove Albion will mark their return to the big time as one of the first teams to be featured on live TV next season.
BT Sport is strengthening its grip on European rugby by securing the rights to broadcast all matches in the European Rugby Champions Cup and the European Rugby Challenge Cup.
The best fast bowlers hunt in packs so perhaps it is no surprise that Stuart Broad has got a strong team together for his first pub.
Pubs have gone smoke-free for a full decade, but while one side of the industry calls for a major rethink, other pubs are banning smoking from the beer garden too.
A 250-year-old receipt for an overnight stay at a pub is to going under the hammer tomorrow.
The first test might not have gone the way of the British and Irish Lions but pubs that screened it definitely had a result.
A pub that finally opened its on-site zoo to the public has defended itself to an ‘anti-zoo brigade’ on social media.
One of the first pubs in the country to be bought by its locals is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of its community-owned status.
It's the longest day of the year and possibly the hottest June day for 40 years – so what better time to turn thoughts towards the new football season?
Most dads would have been happy with breakfast in bed followed by lunch at the pub.
Today could be the hottest day of the year, and it’s left UK employees with a tricky decision.