Find out a bit more about what it is like to work for Greene King from our own people.
Our pubs play a key role at the heart of their local community, not only for our customers but often for local causes as well. Below are just four of many heart-warming stories to come out of our pubs this Christmas.
Earlier this year Chef & Brewer launched a competition for members of the public to share their best family recipe to be in with the chance of having their dish added to the menu. Lyn Foxall from Bewdley won the competition for her luxurious rum bread and butter pudding served with a bourbon butterscotch sauce and custard and her dish now appears on the Chef & Brewer menu!
Find out if your local is haunted with our haunted pub guide, especially for Halloween.
The Greene King depot in Bury St Edmunds makes about 222 deliveries a day, delivering the equivalent of around 270,000 pints. Lee Sanders and Jason Channing are part of a team of 75 draymen who deliver beer to 1605 pubs per week, covering nearly 20,000 miles. They’ve worked together for seven years and deliver to central London.
Greg Sage, Communications Director for Greene King, discusses the recent decision to replace all plastic straws with compostable PLA straws throughout Greene King pubs.
At just 16 years old and fresh out of school, Jason Orme had his sights set on a career in law. During his first A Level year, he started working as a pot washer at his local pub in Gosport to fund his way through university. However, while in the kitchen, Jason was given the opportunity to learn more about food preparation and how a professional kitchen works and, as he started to take a keen interest in hospitality, his career ambitions began to shift.
A celebration took place at Greene King last weekend as members of its Mothers’ Group raised a glass to 130 years of friendship and support.
Free beer, local street food and live music were on the menu at the inaugural Greene King Open Brewery night in Bury St Edmunds. But it was an impromptu marriage proposal during the evening that stole the show
Every year our pub teams from across the country put forward their nominations for our Pub Leader of the Year award, which celebrates the very best leaders in our pubs. This year, Daniel and Amanda Crilly, General Managers at Goodwins in Warrington, were chosen as the overall winners of this prestigious award. They explain what winning means to them…
Melissa Stillman, Brand Manager for Farmhouse Inns, explains how a short video turned an unusual dessert into a viral sensation...
Justin Wratten, is the general manager at The Kings Arms in Mayfair. Last week Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Absolute Radio took over the pub for the DVD release of The Kingsman: The Golden Circle and for one day the Kings Arms became the Kingsman Arms.
Ashish Patel, General Manager at the Fox Under the Hill, Hungry Horse tells us how introducing glitter gravy at the pub for Christmas ended with international headlines.
The Lord Mayor’s Show dates back to 1215 and is a magnificent procession to take the newly-elected Lord Mayor of the City of London to Westminster to swear the oath of fealty to the Sovereign. This year, Greene King was invited to take part so we found out from Jo Kreckler in communications, one of the project managers, about Greene King entry to this unique parade…
An epic seven days of trekking has been summed up in this epic blog by Sarah Talbot, one of our team of Kili climbers who successfully made it to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro!
Our Kili climbers were due to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro on Thursday and we have had word...