The cost of beer has rocketed over recent years – with the average pint now costing £3.60.
As pubs close at a rate of 21 a week, MPs are urging the Chancellor to freeze beer duty and introduce an annual £50,000 business rate r
MPs issue SOS to Philip Hammond to slash the tax burden on 'struggling' venues that face ruin over feared 10p rise in the cost of a pint
GOING to a pub is becoming an “unaffordable luxury” as increasing numbers of drinkers believe the price of a pint is too expensive, according to a new report.
MILLIONS of British drinkers can no longer afford to go to the pub.
A campaign group warns pubs could close unless the Government cuts business rates
Increasing numbers of British drinkers are opting to drink at home or buy their booze from supermarkets as pub prices continue to rise.
Real ale fans - rejoice!
The Independent - Beer drinkers deliberately deceived by global brewers who buy brands and change recipes, says Camra
Companies are fooling consumers into thinking they are still drinking ‘independent’ or craft beer when they aren’t, the organisation says
Daily Telegraph - One in three pubs have closed since the 1970s as beer campaigners warn of more to come
One in three pubs have closed since the 1970s as beer campaigners warn of more to come
City of London pubs named in CAMRA Good Beer Guide as London becomes "city of beer"
The latest edition of CAMRA’S Good Beer Guide is calling for a reduction in business rates to save the nation’s pubs from disappearing
Campaign for Real Ale says business rates revaluation is ‘ticking time bomb’ as some pubs face paying thousands more a month
The boozer has been listed in Camra's Good Beer Guide
BRITAIN has lost 28,000 pubs since the 1970s, new figures reveal, with more closures forecast as business rates rise.
Britain has lost one third of its pubs since the 1970s, putting a vital part of national culture is under threat, campaigners have warned.
A pub in Cambridgeshire is celebrating becoming one of only five in the country to make every edition of CAMRA's good beer guide.
About 28,000 pubs have closed since the 1970s as the sector faces a "ticking time bomb" over its future, a report warns.
The pub industry has hit out at competition watchdogs for failing to impose tougher barriers on Heineken’s takeover of 1,900 sites from Punch Taverns despite expressing concern over the deal.
Real ale enthusiasts will be given the chance to try the best of British vineyards at an event later this year