Pubs are set for a resurgence after years of closures as consumers develop a taste for craft beers and spirits, according to a report.
Pubs will “certainly not be running dry” despite the CO2 shortage as they welcome football fans for England’s World Cup clash with Belgium.
Fuller, Smith and Turner has attempted to shrug off another “tough year”, assuring it is still in a “strong position” despite challenging market conditions that left beer and cider volumes flat.
A listed pub may conjure up images of a thatched roof covering a wooden bar that has served pints for centuries, but five post-war watering holes have now gained the status.
Shares in Mitchells & Butlers and Marston’s have tumbled after the pub groups revealed the impact of a tough first half following the Beast from the East and woes from rising costs.
A Dundee pub has been put forward to compete against the very best from across the UK.
If ever something was a depressing sign of the times, look no further than the Earl David Hotel in Coaltown of Wemyss.
‘We really do just love Tennent’s’: Dundee lager lovers fighting to replace Carling with Scots tipple at student union
A beer-loving city student group is campaigning to bring its favourite brew back to campus.
A fairer system of calculating business rates needs to implemented before Fife’s bar and restaurant industry is crippled, a local MSP has been told.
The majority of licensed premises in Scotland have reported a fall in festive trading.