October, 2014

"There's a Beer for That": biggest names in British beer unite for £10 million campaign

Taken from: Off Licence News http://offlicencenews.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/14567/_There_s_a_Beer_for_That_:_biggest_names_in_British_beer_unite_for__A310_million_campaign.html The biggest names in the British beer industry have united to launch a £10 million marketing campaign called There’s a Beer for That. A TV ad and a social media drive will promote the quality, diversity and versatility of beer in the UK market. It is funded by the […]

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Family brewers moved outside scope of pub statutory code

By Ellie Bothwell, 30-Oct-2014 Pub companies with fewer than 500 tied pubs will be exempt from the statutory code, Andrew Griffiths MP has told the Publican’s Morning Advertiser. http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/General-News/Family-brewers-moved-outside-scope-of-pub-statutory-code  

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Barrel-full of accolades for Wirral brewers at North West’s top beer challenge

Peerless Brewing Company scooped five accolades at the SIBA North West Region Beer Competition Wirral’s Peerless Brewing Company has been hailed a top North West brewer in the region’s toughest beer challenge – giving a major boost to current expansion plans. At the SIBA (Society if Independent Brewers) North West Region Beer Competition in Bolton […]

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There’s an award-winning banger on the ‘Chorizon’ as Wadworth celebrate British Sausage Week

An award-winning sausage with chorizo, coriander and Horizon ale will take centre stage in Wadworth managed pubs during this years’ British Sausage Week (3rd-9th November). The aptly named ‘Chorizon’ banger beat over 70 entries to take first place in the much loved annual Wadworth Sausage competition. Open to pub staff (excluding chefs) and their customers, […]

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Beer Day Britain – a national beer day is coming!

When Magna Carta was drafted in 1215, article 35 of the Great Charter included the following words:   ‘Let there be throughout our kingdom a single measure for wine and a single measure for ale and a single measure for corn, namely “the London quarter‘   Ale was so crucial in England during the medieval […]

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Titanic Brewery plans to open 22 new pubs in ambitious 2020 vision

An expanding Staffordshire brewery has announced plans to open 22 new pubs by 2020. Titanic Brewery is set to open a ninth pub – Ye Olde Kings Arms, Congleton – in November. Now Managing Director Keith Bott has unveiled plans to expand Titanic Brewery’s estate to 30 pubs, concentrating expansion in Staffordshire, South Cheshire and […]

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