Industry

The good, the bad and the ugly of our pubs

The pub trade is reminiscent of one of those old Spaghetti Westerns – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. We saw the ugly side last month when spokesmen f...

Duty review delay attacked

CAMRA has criticised the government for delaying its review into alcohol taxation until at least the autumn. The Campaign is calling for a lower rate...

CAMRA launches Pubs Code survey for tied tenants

CAMRA has called on all tied tenants in England and Wales to let it know what they think about the Pubs Code via a new online survey. The Campaign pla...

CAMRA backs law to guarantee staff keep tips

CAMRA has given its backing to a change in the law to make sure that bar staff always receive tips left by customers The House of Commons voted unanim...

Innovation secures top prize for hop grower

Will Kirby and Henry Smith (pictured) of Brook House Hops in Herefordshire have won Hop Farmer of the Year crown at the Royal Three Counties Food & Fa...

Black cloud refuses to shift

I’m grateful to Rupert Thompson, boss of Hogs Back brewery in Surrey, for lifting the large black cloud hovering over my head. Hard on the heels of th...

New Learn & Discover videos from Jonny Garrett

Award-winning beer writer and founder of YouTube’s Craft Beer Channel Jonny Garrett, has created two new videos explaining key issues impacting brewer...

Brewer’s welcome boost for cask beer

At last some good news on the cask beer front. One of our major regional brewers, Black Sheep in the Yorkshire Dales, is launching a major campaign to...

Real asset in fight for real ale

I have been drinking cask-conditioned beers for more years than I care to think about and can well remember some outstanding brands that have long sin...

CAMRA, brewers and pubs push for tax cut

CAMRA has joined forces with brewers and pub operators calling for a lower tax burden on beer and pubs. In an open letter to the chancellor, the One V...


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