Was the party at your pub so good this weekend that you could be crowned Britain's Best Rugby Pub?
Manchester, Merseyside and North London derbies are among the TV highlights to look forward to in March.
Pubs looking to get new guests into their rooms may be better off targeting baby boomers than younger customers.
It's hard to know where to start with the Cartford Inn.
The drama of the Six Nations is an almost guaranteed pub crowd-puller but with a World Cup to follow later in the year, there will be even more attention than usual on the annual event.
When the smoking ban was introduced more than a decade ago, a lot went out with it.
Pubs can start planning for footy fixtures in February after Sky and BT Sport both revealed their latest Premier League picks.
Fight fans could be facing a difficult call with two major boxing events taking place on the same night.
From 2019 the championship will be known as the Guinness Six Nations.
It's Christmas, the drinks are flowing and that means it's time for the heroes of the oche to step up to take centre stage.
Have you given in to Christmas and put your tree up in the pub yet?
A team from German beer brand Krombacher visited more pubs in a day than any group of people before them.
A pub has created a homemade video in a bid to get people to put down their smartphones and bring back conviviality to boozers during the Christmas period.
Sky has revealed details of TV deals that will see it retain EFL rights and show top flight Scottish football exclusively from 2020.
Chris Birdsell-Jones, is a full-time pub manager of the Smithfield Bell, Welshpool and a part-time fireman.
Tests have shown that almost 90 per cent of pubs in England failed to prevent children using adult gaming machines.
For many people Christmas is about spending time with the family. So how do you ensure at least some of that time is spent with you?
Sky Sports has announced a four-year deal to be the exclusive NBA broadcaster.
A Wiltshire pub has launched a free digital hub to support community wellbeing.
Should you embrace the smartphone and make it part of the pub quiz experience, or fine anyone who dares ask Google for an answer.
We put the traditional pub quiz up against a snazzy app-based quiz company. Who wins? You decide.