Pubs around the country have celebrated the delights of cider after two Suffolk companies struck up a partnership that is already bearing fruit.
To mark the launch of the new RFU Greene King IPA Championship season, leading UK beer brand Greene King IPA is using its unique position as title sponsor of the competition to invest in and launch an initiative that will see Championship teams give back to their local communities.
Does your team consistently come last in the weekly pub quiz? Do you see yourself as the UK’s worst quiz team? Then, believe it or not, you could be in luck!
As The Great British Bake Off gets set to make a return to our screens tonight Farmhouse Inns are whetting its guests’ appetites with a sweet offer to celebrate.
A Manchester pub has created a ‘safe place’ for Game of Thrones fans, ahead of the highly anticipated season finale on Monday 28 August.
A busker, who frequently performed on a bustling South Kensington street opposite her local pub, has won a national talent competition and bagged £5,000 after performing alongside headliner Razorlight at the O2, London.
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Indie rock band Razorlight will be sharing the stage with eight hopeful acts during the live final of a music talent competition hosted at the Indigo, O2 London tonight.
Guests enjoying their Friday evening at Greene King Locals Pub, the Anchor, were treated to an acoustic performance by Tim Burgess and Mark Collins from The Charlatans.
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Indie rock band and music legends the Charlatans will play an acoustic set at a London pub this Friday 11 August.
A group of unemployed young people from the Ipswich area have completed Greene King and The Prince’s Trust’s Get into Hospitality programme to help them find work in the hospitality sector.
A seven-year-old girl from Havant has won Farmhouse Inns' national competition to have her ice cream invention brought to life in pubs across the country.
Scottish brewery Belhaven, located on the East Lothian coast just outside of Edinburgh, is bringing the atmosphere of the famous Edinburgh festivals to the heart of London’s Brick Lane. Taking over Juju’s Bar & Stage on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 August, Belhaven will play host to two free nights of live music and comedy from well-known Scottish acts, served up alongside the brewery’s award-winning range of Scottish craft and speciality beers.