Archive for November, 2013

Pubpaper 737 – Discovering new pubs and dropping others.

Posted: 30th November 2013 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

This week I want to talk about the venue, without it a place is nothing, there can be no bar, no drinks, no atmosphere, nothing.  It doesn’t even have to be a permanent structure, the temporary bar at a music festival or the beer tent at an ale festival still counts.  In the case of […]

For years, critics of the pub company system have been using Ted Tuppen of Enterprise Inns as a dartboard targeting aid.  However now it appears we will need to find a new target of choice as the wicked witch of the pub world is stepping down from his role of twenty years as Chief Executive […]

The Alma Inn is an Enterprise Inns owned pub located in the Stoke Newington area of London.  It is one of those classic victorian buildings with nooks and crannies everywhere in the public areas and has been kept faithful to it roots with a few modern touches, unlike many pub company premises which adhere to […]

The beer and pub trade are represented by a number of bodies, two of the main ones being SIBA and CAMRA.  SIBA (Society of Independent Brewers) represent the business side from the perspective of the non affiliated brewers, campaigning on their behalf on duty, access to pubs and promoting the needs of its members.  It […]