Head of Steam venue to open in Liverpool

Camerons Brewery has announced announced that its 11th Head of Steam venue will open in the centre of Liverpool this autumn. The venue will be located on Hanover Street, at the site currently trading as The Abbey. Work will begin at the venue in August with opening...

Roll out the barrel in Peckham this August

Peckham-based Gosnells Mead, is hosting a celebration of South East London’s breweries over the August bank holiday weekend, bringing together five local breweries, each producing a unique, barrel-aged brew. The Bermondsey Beer Mile gets plenty of press, however there...

Rapid growth for ambitious Wireless Social

Wifi solutions provider Wireless Social is continuing its rapid growth with six new contract wins worth in excess of £150,000. The brand has seen huge success thanks to its technology which gives venues the opportunity to better understand their audience through their...

Gloucester rejects late night levy

A decision by Gloucester Council to reject a late night levy and establish instead a business improvement district (BID) has been welcomed by the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA). At a meeting of the full council on the introduction of a levy yesterday,...

Business restructuring at Moorhouse’s

Moorhouse’s has begun consultation on five jobs at risk as it announces a business restructuring to “meet the challenges of today’s dynamic beer market”. The move aims to establish a cost base in line with market conditions and create a new...

Lifetime achievement award for Paul Nunny

Paul Nunny (right) accepts the lifetime achievement award from All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group chair, Mike Wood   Paul Nunny has been presented with a lifetime achievement award by the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group, at an event in Westminster attended by...

Strong results for Hawthorn Leisure

Hawthorn Leisure, which has an estate of 312 pubs, has announced a strong third year set of results, showing group EBITDA growth of 10.1%. Following three separate acquisitions in 2014, and the creation of a new head office during 2015, the group has seen significant...

SIBA to promote craft brewing at GBBF

The Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) has announced it will be partnering with CAMRA for this year’s Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) at Olympia London. SIBA’s sponsorship of the event includes working with CAMRA to promote the Assured Independent British Craft...

Pubs Code creating ‘confusion and delay’

Ministers must act to deliver a change of approach from the Pubs Code Adjudicator following 12 months of confusion and delay, the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) demands today, exactly one year on from the introduction of the code. While the Pubs Code was introduced in...

Miners Rest, Chasetown, to re-open tomorrow

The Miners Rest, Chasetown, Staffordshire, is re-opening tomorrow (Saturday) as a Joule’s Brewery Taphouse, managed by Tom and Sal Bailey. Over the past few months, a team of dedicated Joule’s craftsmen has been carefully restoring the Miners Rest. Joule’s...