If you put aside the recent hellish lawsuits and squabbles over fonts that have been plaguing the international craft beer movement, beer is actually quite a sociable thing. From ancient Amazonian tribes bonding over a lager in the deepest, darkest depths of the rainforest to a couple of old boys down their local gulping down…

Innovative Pub Finder Website The Pub Hub Launches Showcasing Pubs and Bars in the UK Marketing a pub or bar successfully in the UK can be a challenge in a somewhat crowded marketplace. The Pub Hub is a new pub finder website, offering a proven marketing method to get past some of these obstacles. May…

The Pub Hub Supports Beer Day Britain June 15th is Beer Day Britain – the UK’s first national beer day – and your country needs your help and enthusiasm to demonstrate why Britain’s beer and pubs should be recognised as national treasures. June 15th is also the date that Magna Carta was sealed in 1215. This…

Are you looking for an opportunity to share your beer and pub experiences? Well, you’ve come to the right place! The Pub Hub is looking for new and exciting bloggers to join forces and post articles on our website. Our blog is one of the most important resources on our website and with thousands of…

It’s been a good week for The Pub Hub website. We’ve successfully migrated our website to a dedicated VPS server for quicker load times for our site visitors and we’ve also been nominated for the Heart Internet Website of the Month (April 2015). The Heart Internet Website of the Month Contest celebrates the dedication and…

St. George’s Day Poster – Free Download Our printable St George’s Day poster is a great way to advertise and celebrate St George’s Day in your pub! Our St. George’s Day poster is available for you to download and print free of charge. The poster size is 297mm x 219mm (A4) and the file format is Adobe…

“Don’t judge a book by its cover.” A smarter man than I once said, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” That man, Mr Tulliver, uttered these wise words of wisdom in George Elliot’s 1860 novel The Mill on the Floss in reference to a beautifully bound book, which held dark tales of the devils…