Lfls up across pub market, but average running costs also climb

Drinking beer in a pub

Like-for-like sales climbed 5.8% across the UK’s pub sector in the year to October 2012, with community locals and food led outlets outperforming the market. However, the report found that for first time in four years, the average cost of running the average pub has increased.

 

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