Cricket legend Darren Gough joined die-hard cricket fans from across London for a traditional British breakfast and a pint of Greene King IPA to celebrate the start of the second test of The Ashes.
Greene King, the UK’s leading pub retailer and brewer, has announced new promotions for this year’s Black Friday event that will involve more than 1,500 pubs.
Belhaven Brewery is launching the latest beer in its fruit flavoured range, Twisted Mango IPA, in time for Christmas.
The vital role played by tenanted and leased pubs in UK communities was top of the menu when MP Vicky Ford visited one of her locals in Chelmsford.
There was pride and delight at Greene King this week as one of its team members won BDM of the Year at the ALMR Operations Managers awards for the fourth time in a row.
Greene King, the UK’s leading pub retailer and brewer, will bring its iconic London pubs to life at this year’s Lord Mayor’s Show, which takes place in London on 11 November.
Read about some of the scariest tales from across our pubs, inns and hotels in this special guide for Halloween.
Greene King has been named Macro Employer of the Year at the East of England Apprenticeship Awards.
A team of Greene King colleagues have returned from taking on Africa’s highest mountain in a seven-day trek to raise money for the company’s charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support.
Chef & Brewer, the 145 strong country pub restaurant brand, has launched a new no-gluten containing steak & IPA ale pie designed by students at the University of Nottingham.
Greene King has raised £100k for Global’s Make Some Noise charity.
With the recent online buzz about the Sunday Roast Wrap, Hungry Horse is inviting guests in to get their hands on their very own Beef Yorkie Wrap.
A group of 24 Greene King team members are gearing up to take on Africa’s highest mountain in a ten-day trek in October to raise money for the company’s charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support.
For centuries, pubs have been the beating heart of the community up and down the country. High streets were buzzing with bakeries, grocery stores, fishmongers and butchers. As the high street has changed over time with the rise of the internet, shops and pubs have had to be innovative to continue welcoming people through the doors.