Find out a bit more about what it is like to work for Greene King from our own people.
For the past two years our west London pub the Finery has become the home of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars when they come to the UK to play at Wembley. Pub manager, Monica Dumitrescu, explains how the pub is becoming their home from home.
CNN’s Great Big Story went in search of the oldest pub in the world.
Sarah Talbot from our Learning and Development team, is one of 24 people taking on Kilimanjaro in October for Greene King’s Miles for Macmillan challenge. With the climb just days away, Sarah tells us why she signed up and how her preparation has gone…
The Craft Academy opened its first ever London training brewery at The Florence pub in Herne Hill and we caught up with Nancy, one of the brewing apprentices...
In August Nuala Bennett-Wildford won our country-wide Live at Your Local competition. However, had it not been for Nigel Corcoran, general manager of the Hoop & Toy in Kensington, she would not have even entered...
Carfest is a three-day mix of music, cars and family fun thought up by Chris Evans and Greene King was invited to fill demonstration slots in the Carfest kitchen. Carl Newey and Jamie Gibbs, our very own ‘Brisket Brothers’, went along and cooked up their brilliant beef brisket for the audience.
Laura Davies, from our brewing operations team, reflects on the team's challenge as she heads home.
Simon Brearley, national account manager for Brewing & Brands, tells us how it felt reaching Paris
London to Paris cycle fundraising continues. Watch a short vlog from one of the team.
Alex updates us on the first stint in France
Our 34 cyclists power on through France despite temperamental weather.
Having arrived at Euston station at 4pm we cycled 12 miles across London in rush hour to our hotel - first time cycling with a huge rucksack was a learning experience.
As part of Greene King’s ‘Macmillan May’ 1,000 pubs across the country have been hosting cakes sales, raffles, quizzes, family fun days and much more in order to raise money for the cancer charity. Of course, some come up with their own more inventive ways of fundraising, like the Royal Horse in Warwick, as Assistant Manager, Gina Byrne explains…
Ray Rackham is the Artistic Director for the London Theatre Workshop based above the New Moon pub in Leadenhall Market, London. The theatre group has been homed by Greene King since 2014 and is celebrating its first West End transfer.