Relieving the corona situation in Great Britain is bringing full tables and generous sales to hosts. In some places, business is almost as good. Alcohol is already a warning.
After the unexpectedly great thirst of the first guests in British pubs, it is slowly changing Beer Lack. Demand for the first few weeks has “surpassed all expectations,” said Mitchell & Butlers Phil Urban, president of the Financial Times’ largest pub chain. “Suppliers can’t catch up quickly.” They are now starting to bring their own shares to the most exciting pubs.
We have been able to serve guests to pubs and restaurants since the beginning of the week in England, Scotland and Wales from 12 April. The sunny weather and loose contact restrictions of the past few weeks have ensured full beer plantations even on several evenings a week. According to an analysis by Oxford Market Watch, sales in the first week of easing in the UK were almost twelve per cent higher than the same period in 2019 – so far only outdoor restaurants have been allowed to open.
Budweiser Brewing Group UK & Ireland, which produces Stella Artois and Camden Hells beers working in several pubs, is currently circling the clock, the Financial Times reports. Small, independent Alcohol However, they often do not have enough staff to greatly increase their productivity.