Greene King has launched a search for its first ever event tester who will get PAID to travel the country and experience exciting pub events.
Edinburgh’s Telford Arms has been transformed into a landmark venue paying tribute to some of Scotland’s most famous engineers, thanks to a joint £500,000 investment by Belhaven Pub Partners and Ecosse Inns.
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Greene King has officially launched its LGBT+ Network, The Village Greene, at the City of Quebec, London which is thought to be the city’s oldest LGBT+ pub.
Greene King has taken gold for its beers at the prestigious 2019 Monde Selections Awards.
Greene King has increased its annual support for Pub is The Hub's advisory activities and Community Services Fund to £25,000. This is the sixth year of Greene King’s support, now totalling £100,000.
An important step in the recovery of Salisbury was marked today following the reopening of The Bishops Mill pub in the city centre after an extensive refurbishment.
Brothers have launched a new Parma Violet Cider and it is exclusively available at over 1,000 Greene King pubs across the country.
Capital listeners descended on historic London pub The George to witness it changing its name to ‘Shape of Brew’ for one day only in honour of Ed Sheeran.
A group of young culinary experts of the future have graduated from the first Greene King sponsored and co-funded Junior Chef course at West Suffolk College.
Greene King is pleased to announce its special edition beer, Flanders Fields, brewed to mark the centennial anniversary of the end of the First World War, has raised £32,961 for The Royal British Legion.
Greene King has become the first ever pub company to join forces with Too Good To Go, a free app designed to help businesses reduce food waste across the country, by offering customers surplus carveries at a discount at the end of the day.
Greene King has launched the third limited edition beer in its award winning Heritage Series.
Greene King has appointed Ross O’Hara as head brewer of its 220 year old brewing business. Ross becomes the 17th head brewer, following in the footsteps of founder Benjamin Greene.
Belhaven Brewery, Scotland’s oldest working brewery, has celebrated 300 years of brewing excellence with a reception at the Scottish Parliament, hosted by East Lothian MSP, Iain Gray and attended by Minister of Trade, Investment and Innovation, Ivan McKee MSP.