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Pub group Marston’s reports strong sales

Pub group Marston’s reports strong sales

By Mark Wingett

Marston’s, the brewer and pub group, this morning said it was making good progress in each of its trading divisions, with sales growth in its managed pub arm up 2.4 per cent for the 23 weeks to 12th March 2011.

Molson Coors commits to unit labeling on glasses

Molson Coors commits to unit labeling on glasses

By Lorraine Heller

Carling and Grolsch brewer Molson Coors has committed to providing alcohol unit information on its glasses, and will also introduce two-third pint measures in support of the Government’s Responsibility Deal.

Review of the Year 2010: Pubs

Review of the Year 2010: Pubs

By Becky Paskin

As 2010 draws to a close, we take a look back at how the pub sector has evolved in the past 12 months.

BBPA dubs government's alcohol code 'lop-sided'

BBPA dubs government's alcohol code 'lop-sided'

By Emma Eversham

The British Beer & Pub Association has called the government's planned mandatory alcohol code 'lop-sided and unbalanced' because it focuses too heavily on pubs and not enough on supermarkets.

Charlie McVeigh to roll out The Draft House concept

Charlie McVeigh to roll out The Draft House concept

By Emma Eversham

Pub operator Charlie McVeigh has announced plans to roll out his Draft House concept this year following the launch of his first beer-focused pub on Northcote Road in Clapham last year

18% Brewdog Tokyo beer banned from sale

18% Brewdog Tokyo beer banned from sale

By Emma Eversham

Brewdog's 18 per cent Tokyo brand beer has been banned from sale following complaints that a message on the label encouraged excessive drinking

2010 may be tough for beer sales

2010 may be tough for beer sales

By Gemma McKenna

A drinks analyst has made gloomy predictions for the coming months — with Christmas set to be 'at best flat' and the first part of 2010 'extremely tough'

Cask ale continues to grow in popularity

Cask ale continues to grow in popularity

By Emma Eversham

The author of a report out today suggests that cask beer can offer publicans a 'lifeline' out of recession as it increases its share of the on-trade beer market

Over 7,000 pub-goers oppose alcohol code

Over 7,000 pub-goers oppose alcohol code

By Becky Paskin

There has been widespread opposition to the Government’s mandatory alcohol code, as over 7,000 pub-goers sign up to the Axe the Beer Tax, Save the Pub campaign

Beer tax rises threaten 60,000 pub jobs

Beer tax rises threaten 60,000 pub jobs

By Emma Eversham

The British Beer & Pub Association warns that 10 per cent of jobs in the pub sector could be lost in the next five years if the Chancellor continues to move forward with planned beer tax increases

Putting together a beer list

Putting together a beer list

By Restaurant

Who says wine is the only complement to quality cuisine? Time to wake up and smell the hops – beer belongs on the menu too Gone are the days when the only food associated with beer was a meat pie and a bag of pork scratchings. The country's .

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