Pub Landlords Win Fairer Contract Fight = Cheaper Beer

The system in which pub landlords are honour bound to remain linked with certain large pub companies is being loosened, which may mean they're able to pass on the savings from sourcing their booze elsewhere to their customers. Read More >>

Are We Responsible Enough for a Motorway Pub?

The UK's first motorway service station pub is now ready for business, with budget burger and booze trough Wetherspoons opening its Hope and Champion pub at junction two of the M40. A welcoming break in a familiar atmosphere, or a deadly temptation to make long trips whizz past quicker by getting hammered? Read More >>

Free Beer? No Catch? Where Do I Sign?

How would you like to be able to drink as much free beer as you can stomach without having to pay a penny? I would imagine the chances of you refusing an offer that tempting are practically zero. What if I were to tell you such an establishment was real and open for business right now? Walk this way dear free beer drinker. Read More >>

Should Darts be an Olympic Sport?

Danny Boyle's opening ceremony was a brilliant mess of unabashedly bonkers Britishness, but all this national character suddenly feels lacking when watching the sports on offer. You could argue that none of the events in London 2012 have a true British vibe, because every great Olympic sport we invented, we promptly exported and forgot how to play. Read More >>