Greene King is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2018 by announcing that it has supported a record 10,000 of its team members through its award-winning Greene King Apprenticeship Programme. The 10,000 milestone accounts for team members who have graduated from the programme, as well as those currently in training, since its launch in 2011.
Businesses from across East Anglia came together on Friday 23 February, for a roadshow at the offices of Bury St Edmunds brewer Greene King to help boost exporting know-how and success.
Loch Fyne Seaford & Grill have launched a search for the nation's ‘best catch’ this Valentine’s Day, with a romantic weekend for two up for grabs for the most loved-up locals.
Pub in the Park - the tantalising food and drink festival headed up by two Michelin-starred chef, TV presenter and Britain’s best-known publican Tom Kerridge – has announced Greene King as the official brewery partner for the 2018 festivals.
Greene King is giving its employees an opportunity to improve their wellbeing with a week-long event at its head office and depots in Bury St Edmunds and Support Centre in Burton.
A year of dedicated study was rewarded in January as seven Greene King business development managers (BDMs) graduated with a qualification geared towards helping them provide even better results for pubs across the country.
Greene King has been recognised in the prestigious 2017 Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer list, which is compiled annually by the National Apprenticeship Service. The list was announced at the National Apprenticeship Awards, which took place on 18 January 2018.
Using just five barley seeds, an ancient recipe from brewing archives and lots of patience and expertise, Greene King is excited to have created its latest ale range, Heritage Series.
Chef & Brewer pubs are offering Macmillan professionals a free meal throughout January to thank them for their hard work over the festive period.
Hungry Horse pubs are taking festive dining to a whole new level by offering a traditional Christmas dinner served in a PIE.
Christmas time is all about glitter and sparkle, but a London pub has taken this to a whole new level after launching the UK’s first ever GLITTER GRAVY.
Greene King won ‘Best Apprenticeship Programme’, last night at The Training Journal Awards, which celebrate and recognise the best in learning and development practices.
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.