British Beer & Pub Association

Pub beer sales were down 5.5 per cent in Q1 2013

Pub beer sales fall by 50 million pints in Q1

By Luke Nicholls

The long winter has seemingly taken its toll on UK pubs with beer sales dropping by almost 50 million pints in the first quarter of 2012 and pub trade down 5.5 per cent.

The BBPA says the figures are certain to add to calls for a rethink on the huge tax hikes being planned for the next UK Budget

British beer drinkers pay 40% of European Beer Tax bill

By Luke Nicholls

Britain’s beer drinkers are paying a staggering 40 per cent of the entire European Beer Tax bill, according to a new report from global accountancy firm Ernst & Young, commissioned by the European brewing industry.

Beer sales have been affected by VAT and duty rises

Pub beer sales fall 4.5% in three months

By Emma Eversham

The amount of beer sold in pubs has fallen 4.5 per cent in the last three months according to the British Beer & Pub Association's (BBPA) quarterly Beer Barometer.

The British pub is under pressure with many closing

Politicians back the British pub

By Chris Druce

More than 400 would be MPs have now signed up to the British Beer & Pub Association’s I'm Backing the Pub campaign