Category Archives: Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub

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Another Reason to avoid taking a Pub Co Tied Lease. “Barrel-dregs”.

Another Reason to avoid taking a Pub Co Tied Lease. The major Pub Co’s have taken a good working system of a Tied Tenancy, that had worked for years, was user friendly and changed it for a Commercial Tied Lease. We’re not saying don’t take a Pub Co Tied Lease, just avoid it for the… Read More »

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Would you like to advertise with us? We do not push advertising, since our readers are people looking for business information and help. This puts them in the category of looking for reliable business agents and reliable companies that have pubs/restaurants etc. to lease or tenancies. They are also looking for suppliers of all commodities… Read More »

How to buy an Inn or Pub

    If you would like to Advertise with us, please click on the following:- Link Pub essential advice on, How to buy an Inn or Pub, Bar or Bistro. The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub   “The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub” is available to buy as an Ebook through… Read More »

Is this a Pub Co mistake or how many genuinely know? (Barrel-Dregs)

Is this a Pub Co mistake or how many genuinely know? (Barrel-Dregs) Leave a reply The Old Chestnut, how much Real Ale can you sell in a barrel? In pre history, before the advent of the Pub Co’s. the old Family Brewers were in business to sell beer. They were considered to be honest pillars… Read More »

“The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises.”

  “The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises.” The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub is now available to purchase as an ebook through www.smashwords.com. for $5.99 or UK equivalent approximately £4.30, depending on the exchange rate. In addition you can read some the book below before you buy, the book… Read More »

Vagaries of Arbitration and the need for a switched-on Stocktaker and Surveyor (Barrel-dregs 264)

  The Vagaries of Arbitration, and the need for a switched-on Stocktaker and Surveyor acting for you.   Arbitration should be a logical resolution to any dispute, sadly with rental disputes it would appear not, from a recent case.  It is assumed that the Arbitrator is totally knowledgeable on all aspects of the subject in… Read More »

Stocktakers are they an Asset or Liability? Barrel-Dregs (347)

STOCKTAKERS-  When they can be an Asset or sometimes, through their errors, a Liability? Stocktakers are they of  value? I have detected a serious issue relating to the use of professional stocktakers that needs to be aired. While many publicans may baulk at the cost of a regular stocktaking exercise, its value could be to:… Read More »