Greene King Boss Calls Last Orders


The chief executive of Greene King, the brewer and pub chain, has announced plans to step down next April after almost 14 years at the helm. Rooney Anand said that the time was right for him to leave.

 

Pepsi Comes Calling For Crisp Maker


Three Lincolnshire farmers are due to share in more than £20 million after their crisps company was acquired by Pepsico. According to the last filed annual return, Alex Albone, Simon Herring and...

 

The Cool Hotel Guide: Craigellachie Hotel, Speyside


In a nutshellThe butter-yellow Craigellachie Hotel peeps out from woodland in the heart of whisky country. A classic Highland lodge dating from Victorian times, it was revamped in 2013. The Quaich...

 

Half-price Weekends: Cosy Winter Escapes In Britain


The Times has teamed up with Sawday’s to offer readers two nights for the price of one on cosy winter breaks at 80 British B&Bs, inns and hotels. Enter your details at sawdays.co.uk/timesoffer..

 
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Whisky Galore In The Rugged Highlands


I am trying a spot of retronasal olfaction as part of a tutored nosing. Or, in non-whisky speak, sniffing — with my mouth slightly open — one of the hundreds of single malts for sale in the Whisky

 

News In Pictures: Tuesday October 16, 2018


Brian Shirley admires the colours at Wraxall Vineyard in Somerset. British winemakers are expecting double yields after the hot summer and warm autumnJASON BRYANT/APEXHuntington beach in California wa

 

Fashion Chain Hung Out To Dry By Long, Hot Summer


Just months after its co-founder cashed in tens of millions of pounds through share sales Superdry has issued a profit warning, blaming the weather, foreign exchange pressures and falling consumer...

 

Brewdog’s Irish Pub Plan Comes To A Head


The Scottish craft beer maker BrewDog is planning to open its first Irish pub next summer. The company has listed plans to open a bar in Dublin by June 2019 in a new “blueprint” document outlining

 

Grape Britons Ready To Pick Up Post-brexit Slack


Villagers moving steadily along the rows of vines, placing tight bunches of deep-red grapes into their baskets, is an evocative sight in the heart of wine country. This week, however, it was not...

 

William Grant Rolls Out Barrel


One of Scotland’s largest privately owned companies has reported a sharp rise in profit as a result of growing whisky and gin sales. William Grant & Sons produces single malt whiskies such as...

 
 
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