Pubs reopen in scotland
Winchburgh’s only pub, The Tally Ho, has gone all out for a safe, as well as sociable, reopening of their pub with a host of new safety measures to welcome customers’ back through their doors.
Pubs reopen in england
We’re looking forward to seeing you #resocialiseresponsibly in the great British pub.
We've missed the local
With pubs closed, we’ve been doing our bit to help communities across the UK. As we get ready to welcome you with a cold pint in your favourite local, here’s what we missed about the great British pub and what our first order will be.
We love pubs
With 2,500 pubs across the country, our love of pubs runs deep.
Pubs have long been a great British tradition – and it’s one we’re determined to keep alive. That’s why we’re putting our money where our mouth is and investing in pubs up and down the country to help bring out their individuality and make them even better.
For many of us, the pub is a home away from home. So, high-quality, well invested pubs run by great licensees are good news for everybody.
We also tirelessly campaign on behalf of licensees to cut the excessive burden of business rates, reduce the taxation on beer and cider and promote the important role that pubs play at the heart of communities across the country.
lets celebrate pubs
We love pubs and we know how important they are to communities.
For a fourth year we hosted Brewing Good Cheer events in pubs up and down the country to share festive cheer with the locals.
And last year, TV favourites, Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford helped us to make a lunch at the Red Lion in Shepperton even more special.
Our Commitment to Pubs
We’re making our largest ever annual investment in Star Pubs & Bars, investing £50m in 2019. This brings our total expenditure on our pubs to almost £190m over the past five years.
We tailor our investment to ensure each pub is relevant to the community where it’s based, including offering excellent food, brilliant service and a great environment.
Our investment this year will also create 1,200 jobs, which shows the significant contribution pubs make to the UK economy.