Looking at the biggest trends in the world of pubs, it’s only natural that the second episode of the The 2019 PUBcast is discussing what makes a good drink offering in pubs?
With drink trends constantly changing and so many different options available, it can be difficult to know what to include or when you should change your offering. Here, award-winning broadcaster Emma Inch, sets out to find the answer.
Speaking with leading publicans and key drinks providers, this episode explores the drink trends vital for pub operators to know about, how low or no alcohol drinks be considered in pub offerings, and what the future trends will be?
With consumer expectations rising, the episode features the importance of including certain drinks as part of your offering, such as gin, beer or cider, and looks at when range needs to be considered, touching on the on-going battle between local produce and well-known brands.
“What’s the point of having 99 versions of the same thing? Variety is the spice of life” - Tom Seaton
This episode features:
- Craig Harper – on-trade manager at Fever-Tree
- Joycelyn Neve - founder and director of the Seafood Pub Company
- Danny Hoskin – sales director of Bedlam Brewery
- Tom Seaton – founder of Crate Brewery
- Jane Peyton - founder and principal of School of Booze
- Laura Willoughby - co-founder & MD of Club Soda
- Nigel Owen - founder and director of Mother Kelly's
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