Press Releases

  1. Award Winning Lesees Receive Star Treatment

    The winners of Star Pubs & Bars’ annual Star Pub Awards were treated to a two-day mini break hosted by the company’s management team at Masham this week in recognition of their achievements.

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  2. HMNB Victory Puts Strongbow Five on Road to Rio

    Five amateur footballers from Portsmouth are hoping to show their national counterparts the way to win in Brazil after being chosen to play in the Strongbow EARN IT Challenge, a showpiece match against one of Brazil’s finest professional women’s football teams.

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  3. Brad and Dan Reward 'Volley' with Serve in New Foster's Radler TV Ad

    The nation's favourite agony uncles Brad and Dan step out of their beach shack and away from the telephone to reveal their athletic skills in a new TV ad for Foster's Radler airing nationally from May 12th.

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  4. Old Mout Campaign Highlights 'Kiwi Taste For Adventure'

    HEINEKEN, the UK’s leading cider and beer business, is urging cider drinkers to ‘Get the Kiwi taste for adventure’ in a £3 million launch campaign for Old Mout, New Zealand’s No 1 packaged cider brand.

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  5. Glasgow 2014 welcomes HEINEKEN as the Official Games Beer & Cider Provider

    Glasgow 2014 has today (April 29) appointed HEINEKEN as its Official Beer & Cider Provider for the Commonwealth Games.

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  6. Bulmers Shows its Colours in 'Live Colourful' Summer Campaign

    BULMERS, GB's No 1 Modern Cider from HEINEKEN, is showing the colour of its money - and its product range- in a new multi-million pound marketing campaign embracing TV, press, digital and outdoor running from April through to September.

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  7. North East Pub Operator Takes Third Site with Star Pubs & Bars

    North Eastern leased pub operator JM Pubs Ltd, owned by Andrew McKenzie, has taken its third site with Star Pubs & Bars, the Londonderry Arms at Long Newton.

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  8. John Smith's Tadcaster Brewery Toasts Mick's 50 Year Career

    Long-serving John Smith’s brewery engineer Mick Hallaways has called time on a career spanning 50 years at the Tadcaster site. Mick joined the brewery at the age of 15 in April 1964 on a starting wage of £6 per week. On his 16th birthday, he became an apprentice engineer with the company, completing his apprenticeship in 1971- the same year he married his wife Ann.

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  9. Strongbow Backs New Citrus Edge With Press & Outdoor Campaign

    HEINEKEN, the UK’s leading cider and beer business, is backing newly- launched lemon and lime premium cider Strongbow Citrus Edge with a £5m campaign.

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  10. John Smith's Backs North and South in Yorkshire County Racecourse Double

    John Smith’s, the UK’s number one ale brand, is extending its long-running support for racing in its Yorkshire homeland through major new sponsorship agreements with the county’s Doncaster and York racecourses announced today.

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