Pub landlords turn their backs on fresh cask ales because drinkers staying at home due to cost of living crisis means thousands of pints could go to waste
- Cask ale’s short shelf-life has sparked fears thousands of pints will go to waste
- Demand for beer was more ‘subdued’ than expected over the summer months
- Brewing giant Adnams made a pre-tax loss of £1m in the first six months of 2021
Pub landlords are turning their backs on fresh cask ales because drinkers are staying at home due to the cost of living crisis.
The worst squeeze on incomes in three decades could mean thousands of pints could go to waste.
Demand for real ale and beer was more ‘subdued’ than expected over summer, according to brewing company Adnams, sparking fears that the hospitality…