BBPA Annual Dinner & Awards

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BBPA Pub Chef Awards

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The Beer Story
Facts on Tap

Why do beer & pubs matter?

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New support resources for young families working in pubs and bars

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How many units
in your drink?

For those unsure
how many units
are in their drink,
help is at hand

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An exciting new drinks packaging partnership delivering major savings on packaging waste

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There's a Beer For That

A mission to reignite Britain's love of beer, backed by Britain's Beer Alliance.

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UK Pub Industry
Framework Code

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Brewers Research and Education Fund:

Supporting the brewing industry through scientific research and education

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BBPA Licensee Guidance Library

The BBPA has a range of advice and support for publicans.

Industry Codes of Practice - Leased and Tenanted Pubs

Governs the business relationship in operating tied public houses.

The Beer People

From farm to brewery, there are many people involved in producing great beer.


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Reducing the environmental impact of brewing and pubs

Better Rates for Pubs

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Titanic Brewery

Titanic Brewery was founded in Burslem Stoke on Trent in 1985 with one goal, to produce great beer! The brewery is owned by Brothers Dave and Keith Bott.

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Total beer sales (,000 barrels)

45,000 39,000 33,000 27,000 21,000 15,000 9,000
  • Q2/2008
  • Q2/2012
  • Q2/2016
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Price of a pint Tax in pence

£3.00 £2.70 £2.40 £2.10 £1.80 £1.50 £1.20 £0.90 £0.60
  • 70p 2007
  • 99p 2013
  • 99p 2014
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