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Hidangan Harian: Makluman Berita Palsu: Tidak, Tidak Ada Kekurangan Bacon

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Makluman Berita Palsu: Tidak, Tidak Ada Kekurangan Bacon

Di antara tajuk utama yang tidak pernah habis-habisnya mengenai Trump pentadbiran, anda mungkin menyedari peningkatan dalam liputan panik mengenai kekurangan daging. A Laporan USDA kata negara itu beku perut babi inventori turun menjadi 17.8 juta pound daripada 35 juta pound tahun lalu, tetapi kebenarannya ialah simpanan beku perut babi hanyalah sandaran bacon - tidak ada kekurangan daging. "Untuk menyiratkan bahawa akan ada sedikit kekurangan daging adalah salah," Steve Meyer, naib presiden analisis daging babi untuk EMI Analytics, kepada The New York Times. Penciptaan baconshortage.com (yang sejak itu dihapus) oleh Ohio Pork Council telah didedahkan sebagai cara pemasaran semata-mata untuk membuat orang berbicara tentang daging babi.

Gadis Pengakap Ini Menjual Lebih 15,000 Kotak Kuki Dengan Ulasannya yang Jujur

Anak berusia 11 tahun Jersi baru penduduk dan Kumpulan perempuan Charlotte McCourt kritikan jujur ​​kuki Girl Scout telah menjadi viral dan mendapat 15,000 pesanan cookie: lintasan penjualan yang luar biasa untuk mana-mana Girl Scout yang rajin. Dia pada awalnya berkongsi ulasan kreatif dan ditulisnya dalam surat jualan kepada rakan keluarga dan rakan ayahnya, Mike Rowe, seorang pelakon, penyiar televisyen, dan pencerita. Rowe membaca surat yang menggembirakan itu Facebook halaman, dan ulasan McCourt segera menjadi viral. Video asal sejak itu dilihat lebih daripada 8 juta kali. "Toffee-sedap adalah gurun kosong, tanpa rasa, tanpa gluten. " Pewarna Tipis bernasib jauh lebih baik dan diberi sembilan dari 10 "untuk kombinasi coklat-mint yang enak." Penilaian ini hanya pendapat saya; milik anda mungkin berbeza. "

McDonald's telah mencipta ATM Big Mac

Dalam usaha untuk mempromosikannya saiz Big Mac baru, McDonald's telah mencipta mesin layan diri yang mengeluarkan Mac Besar. The ATM cheeseburger membuat penampilan di luar McDonald's in Boston Kenmore Square dan percuma burger kepada peminat antara pukul 11 ​​pagi hingga 2 petang pada hari Selasa. Sudah tentu, ini hampir keseluruhannya merupakan strategi pemasaran. Pelanggan berbaris, memberikan alamat e-mel dan Twitter menangani, dan menerima tweet yang diperibadikan mengenai pengalaman itu sebelum mereka diberi burger percuma sama ada dalam saiz Mac Jr. atau Grand Mac baru. Sayangnya tidak ada rancangan untuk menjadikan idea ini global.

Makan di Tempat yang Menyajikan Masakan Dari Negara-negara yang Terpengaruh dengan Larangan Perjalanan Muslim

Presiden Trump perintah eksekutif yang melarang pelancong dari tujuh negara dengan majoriti Muslim telah menimbulkan kegemparan di seluruh negara. Satu organisasi - Roti Berbuka NYC - membantu warga New York menjadi lebih terlibat dalam memprotes larangan tersebut. Sekiranya anda menyumbangkan $ 10 untuk Berbuka Roti, anda akan menerima a senarai restoran di lima borough yang menyajikan masakan negara-negara yang terjejas oleh larangan tersebut: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yaman, dan Somalia, menurut Saveur. Semua hasil akan diserahkan kepada Majlis Hubungan Amerika-Islam, yang membantu mengeratkan hubungan dan muhibah antara Amerika Syarikat dan Amerika-Muslim.

Bar Ais Krim Surgawi ‘Pint Slice’ Ben & Jerry

Ini mungkin yang paling inovatif Ben & Jerry penciptaan belum: Klondike Bar- seperti bar ais krim yang dipenuhi dengan rasa Ben & Jerry yang ikonik. Potongan Pint adalah cakera bulat dari ais krim bersalut coklat yang sepatutnya menyerupai a "kepingan" mendatar pint Ben & Jerry. Setakat ini, makanan kecil yang enak ini terdapat dalam empat jenis: Impian Amerika, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, dan Vanilla Peanut Butter Cup. Anda boleh membeli sekotak tiga dengan harga sekitar $ 4.99 di mana-mana pasar raya yang mengambil bahagian mulai bulan ini.


  • Warga Britain dijangka akan bergegas kembali ke pub dan bar ketika langkah-langkah mereda pada hari Isnin
  • Pub dan restoran akan dapat membuka semula kawasan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini
  • Tetapi bos kumpulan pub terkemuka Young memberi amaran bahawa mungkin kekurangan bir
  • Ia berlaku setelah MailOnline mendedahkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Moretti pada bulan April

Diterbitkan: 15:15 BST, 16 Mei 2021 | Dikemas kini: 15:31 BST, 16 Mei 2021

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi permintaan besar, kata seorang ketua industri hari ini memberi amaran.

Warga Britain dijangka akan kembali ke pub esok ketika Pemerintah mencabut larangannya untuk perhotelan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini.

Para pakar awal minggu ini mendedahkan pengunjung pub perlu mengetuk 124 liter yang mengejutkan pada musim panas ini untuk membantu lubang penyiraman pulih dari penutupan dan sekatan selama lebih dari satu tahun.

Tetapi, menurut bos rantai pub Young's, lonjakan permintaan secara tiba-tiba boleh mencetuskan masalah baru bagi industri yang dirosakkan - kekurangan bir - menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin.

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph: 'Saya menulis kepada semua CEO semua pembuat bir dengan mengatakan bahawa' kita sudah cukup melalui sekarang, kita berada di hujung terowong dan perkara terakhir yang kita perlukan adalah masalah dengan bekalan, jadi dapatkan perbuatan anda bersama dan minuman seperti anda tidak pernah diseduh sebelumnya, kerana ia tidak boleh diterima '.

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin, ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi arus permintaan yang besar, menurut ketua industri. Gambar: Seorang pelayan bar menuangkan segelas bir di sebuah pub

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti (gambar) ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan Amstel (gambar) dan Moretti telah 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Dia menambah: 'Sebaik sahaja pub bermula lagi, kami menjangkakan bekalan akan ada.'

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph bahawa dia telah menulis surat kepada pembuat bir yang memberi amaran kepada mereka tentang kemungkinan kekurangan bir di pub

Pub dibenarkan membuka semula kawasan luar dari 12 April. Tetapi pub tanpa kawasan luar, dan kawasan yang mempunyai kawasan yang terlalu kecil sehingga tidak boleh dibuka semula, masih ditutup.

Kira-kira 45,000 pub akan membuka semula kawasan tertutup esok untuk pertama kalinya sejak Disember apabila langkah-langkah penutupan seterusnya dicabut.

Di samping pub dan bar, restoran akan dibenarkan untuk menyambut pelanggan dari esok untuk tempat duduk di dalam rumah.

Ini akan menjadi dorongan besar bagi perniagaan perhotelan, yang telah lama menderita cuaca basah dan berangin sejak pub diberi lampu hijau untuk dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Matt Hancock memberi amaran pelukan ‘dengan hati-hati’: Brits diminta berhati-hati ketika negara dibuka esok

Matt Hancock hari ini memberi amaran kepada orang-orang untuk 'berhati-hati' ketika memeluk orang lain pada hari Isnin, ketika England bersiap untuk akhirnya membuka kunci dari lokap Covid.

Teater, panggung wayang dan galeri seni akan dibenarkan dibuka di seluruh negara untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini apabila lebih banyak langkah penutupan dikurangkan esok.

Restoran dan pub juga dapat melayani pelanggan di dalam rumah buat pertama kalinya sejak Disember.

Menjelang buka kunci besar, tempat-tempat sudah mula habis terjual.

Tempat duduk di Globe Theatre yang terkenal dilaporkan tidak tersedia sekarang hingga pertengahan bulan depan

Pameran Galeri Seni Manchester Grayson Perry juga dikatakan akan habis sepanjang Mei dan Jun.

Tetapi dengan memberikan pemeriksaan realiti, Setiausaha Kesihatan hari ini memberi amaran mengenai 'risiko' pertemuan di dalam rumah.

Amaran itu muncul ketika ketakutan berlanjutan terhadap penyebaran varian Indian Covid di UK.

Bercakap kepada Sky News pagi ini, Encik Hancock berkata: 'Kita semua harus berhati-hati, kita semua tahu risikonya, di luar lebih selamat daripada di dalam - jadi walaupun anda boleh, mulai esok, bertemu di dalam, masih lebih baik untuk bertemu di luar .

Tetapi ramai warga Britain - sekitar 10 juta - masih menghadapi cuaca untuk menikmati sebilangan kecil.

Demikianlah rasa haus akan kebebasan mengunci, bahawa pub sebenarnya hampir dengan Amstel dan Birra Moretti.

Sumber industri mendedahkan kepada MailOnline bulan lalu bahawa pemilik Moretti Heineken untuk sementara waktu membatasi pub UK untuk memesan hanya tiga tong seminggu untuk mengatasi masalah bekalan.

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Isu ini sangat berpotensi untuk 2.500 Star Pub & amp Bars - yang dimiliki oleh Heineken - menawarkan mereka alternatif sambil meningkatkan pengeluaran jenama dalam permintaan.

Jurucakap Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline bulan lalu: 'Lebih dari sepuluh juta orang dewasa di England telah kembali ke pub Britain yang hebat, dengan banyak orang memperlakukan diri mereka dengan draf pint yang sangat terlepas.

'Permintaan untuk Birra Moretti dan Amstel telah melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami, dan kilang bir kami bekerja sepanjang masa untuk menangani permintaan yang tinggi ini.

"Kami bekerjasama dengan pelanggan kami untuk menawarkan bir alternatif dari rangkaian jenama Heineken UK yang luas ketika kami meningkatkan pengeluaran."

Ia muncul pada awal minggu ini syarikat tunangan Syarikat Debt mendedahkan bahawa setiap Britain perlu minum 124 liter sepanjang musim panas untuk mengembalikan industri ini ke tahap pra-pandemi.

Menurut pakar kewangan, industri ini memerlukan £ 25.66bilion untuk kembali ke tempat sebelum krisis Covid.

Syarikat itu berkata: 'Dengan anggaran terkini yang menunjukkan bahawa industri makanan dan minuman di UK kehilangan sekurang-kurangnya £ 25.66bn kerana Covid-19, kami tertanya-tanya berapa banyak yang perlu dibelanjakan oleh setiap orang di UK untuk mencapai tahap pra-pandemik.

"Secara khusus kami tertanya-tanya sejauh mana wang itu akan masuk ke pub, salah satu sektor yang paling terkepung.

Sekumpulan orang menikmati minuman pada petang Sabtu di Soho London pada hujung minggu

Orang ramai duduk di taman pub di Canonbury, London Utara, di bawah sinar matahari pada hari Jumaat yang lalu


  • Warga Britain dijangka akan bergegas kembali ke pub dan bar ketika langkah-langkah mereda pada hari Isnin
  • Pub dan restoran akan dapat membuka semula kawasan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini
  • Tetapi bos kumpulan pub terkemuka Young memberi amaran bahawa mungkin kekurangan bir
  • Ia berlaku setelah MailOnline mendedahkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Moretti pada bulan April

Diterbitkan: 15:15 BST, 16 Mei 2021 | Dikemas kini: 15:31 BST, 16 Mei 2021

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi permintaan besar, kata seorang ketua industri hari ini memberi amaran.

Warga Britain dijangka akan kembali ke pub esok ketika Pemerintah mencabut larangannya untuk perhotelan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini.

Para pakar awal minggu ini mendedahkan pengunjung pub perlu mengetuk 124 liter yang mengejutkan pada musim panas ini untuk membantu lubang penyiraman pulih dari penutupan dan sekatan selama lebih dari satu tahun.

Tetapi, menurut bos rantai pub Young's, lonjakan permintaan secara tiba-tiba boleh mencetuskan masalah baru bagi industri yang dirosakkan - kekurangan bir - menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin.

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph: 'Saya menulis kepada semua CEO semua pembuat bir dengan mengatakan bahawa' kita sudah cukup melalui sekarang, kita berada di hujung terowong dan perkara terakhir yang kita perlukan adalah masalah dengan bekalan, jadi dapatkan perbuatan anda bersama dan minuman seperti anda tidak pernah membuat minuman keras sebelum ini, kerana ia tidak boleh diterima '.

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin, ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi arus permintaan yang besar, menurut ketua industri. Gambar: Seorang pelayan bar menuangkan segelas bir di sebuah pub

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti (gambar) ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan Amstel (gambar) dan Moretti telah 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Dia menambah: 'Sebaik sahaja pub bermula lagi, kami menjangkakan bekalan akan ada.'

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph bahawa dia telah menulis surat kepada pembuat bir yang memberi amaran kepada mereka tentang kemungkinan kekurangan bir di pub

Pub dibenarkan membuka semula kawasan luar dari 12 April. Tetapi pub tanpa kawasan luar, dan kawasan yang mempunyai kawasan yang terlalu kecil sehingga tidak boleh dibuka semula, masih ditutup.

Kira-kira 45,000 pub akan membuka semula kawasan tertutup esok untuk pertama kalinya sejak Disember apabila langkah penutupan seterusnya dicabut.

Di samping pub dan bar, restoran akan dibenarkan untuk menyambut pelanggan dari esok untuk tempat duduk di dalam rumah.

Ini akan menjadi dorongan besar bagi perniagaan perhotelan, yang telah lama menderita cuaca basah dan berangin sejak pub diberi lampu hijau untuk dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Matt Hancock memberi amaran pelukan 'dengan hati-hati': Brits diminta berhati-hati ketika negara dibuka esok

Matt Hancock hari ini memberi amaran kepada orang-orang untuk 'berhati-hati' ketika memeluk orang lain pada hari Isnin, ketika England bersiap untuk akhirnya membuka kunci dari lokap Covid.

Teater, panggung wayang dan galeri seni akan dibenarkan dibuka di seluruh negara untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini apabila lebih banyak langkah penutupan dikurangkan esok.

Restoran dan pub juga dapat melayani pelanggan di dalam rumah buat pertama kalinya sejak Disember.

Menjelang buka kunci besar, tempat-tempat sudah mula habis terjual.

Tempat duduk di Globe Theatre yang terkenal dilaporkan tidak tersedia sekarang hingga pertengahan bulan depan

Pameran Galeri Seni Manchester Grayson Perry juga dikatakan akan habis sepanjang Mei dan Jun.

Tetapi dengan memberikan pemeriksaan realiti, Setiausaha Kesihatan hari ini memberi amaran mengenai 'risiko' pertemuan di dalam rumah.

Amaran itu muncul ketika ketakutan berlanjutan terhadap penyebaran varian Indian Covid di UK.

Bercakap kepada Sky News pagi ini, Encik Hancock berkata: "Kita semua harus berhati-hati, kita semua tahu risikonya, di luar lebih selamat daripada di dalam - jadi walaupun anda boleh, mulai esok, bertemu di dalam, masih lebih baik untuk bertemu di luar .

Tetapi ramai warga Britain - sekitar 10 juta - masih menghadapi cuaca untuk menikmati sebilangan kecil.

Demikianlah rasa haus akan kebebasan mengunci, bahawa pub sebenarnya hampir dengan Amstel dan Birra Moretti.

Sumber industri mendedahkan kepada MailOnline bulan lalu bahawa pemilik Moretti Heineken mengehadkan sementara pub UK untuk memesan hanya tiga tong seminggu untuk mengatasi masalah bekalan.

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Isu ini sangat berpotensi untuk 2.500 Star Pub & amp Bars - yang dimiliki oleh Heineken - menawarkan mereka alternatif sambil meningkatkan pengeluaran jenama dalam permintaan.

Jurucakap Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline bulan lalu: 'Lebih dari sepuluh juta orang dewasa di England telah kembali ke pub Britain yang hebat, dengan banyak orang memperlakukan diri mereka dengan draf pint yang sangat terlepas.

"Permintaan untuk Birra Moretti dan Amstel telah melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami, dan kilang bir kami bekerja sepanjang masa untuk menangani permintaan yang tinggi ini.

"Kami bekerjasama dengan pelanggan kami untuk menawarkan bir alternatif dari rangkaian jenama Heineken UK yang luas ketika kami meningkatkan pengeluaran."

Ia muncul pada awal minggu ini syarikat tunangan Syarikat Debt mendedahkan bahawa setiap Britain perlu minum 124 liter sepanjang musim panas untuk mengembalikan industri ini ke tahap pra-pandemi.

Menurut pakar kewangan, industri ini memerlukan £ 25.66bilion untuk kembali ke tempat sebelum krisis Covid.

Syarikat itu mengatakan: 'Dengan anggaran terkini yang menunjukkan bahawa industri makanan dan minuman di UK kehilangan sekurang-kurangnya £ 25.66bn disebabkan oleh Covid-19, kami bertanya-tanya berapa banyak yang perlu dibelanjakan oleh setiap orang di UK untuk mencapai tahap pra-pandemik.

"Secara khusus kami tertanya-tanya sejauh mana wang itu akan masuk ke pub, salah satu sektor yang paling terkepung.

Sekumpulan orang menikmati minuman pada petang Sabtu di Soho London pada hujung minggu

Orang ramai duduk di taman pub di Canonbury, London Utara, di bawah sinar matahari pada hari Jumaat yang lalu


  • Warga Britain dijangka akan bergegas kembali ke pub dan bar ketika langkah-langkah mereda pada hari Isnin
  • Pub dan restoran akan dapat membuka semula kawasan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini
  • Tetapi bos kumpulan pub terkemuka Young memberi amaran bahawa mungkin kekurangan bir
  • Ia berlaku setelah MailOnline mendedahkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Moretti pada bulan April

Diterbitkan: 15:15 BST, 16 Mei 2021 | Dikemas kini: 15:31 BST, 16 Mei 2021

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi permintaan besar, kata seorang ketua industri hari ini memberi amaran.

Warga Britain dijangka akan kembali ke pub esok ketika Pemerintah mencabut larangannya untuk perhotelan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini.

Para pakar awal minggu ini mendedahkan pengunjung pub perlu mengetuk 124 liter yang mengejutkan pada musim panas ini untuk membantu lubang penyiraman pulih dari penutupan dan sekatan selama lebih dari satu tahun.

Tetapi, menurut bos rantai pub Young's, lonjakan permintaan secara tiba-tiba boleh mencetuskan masalah baru bagi industri yang dirosakkan - kekurangan bir - menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin.

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph: 'Saya menulis kepada semua CEO semua pembuat bir dengan mengatakan bahawa' kami sudah cukup melalui sekarang, kami berada di hujung terowong dan perkara terakhir yang kami perlukan adalah masalah dengan bekalan, jadi dapatkan perbuatan anda bersama dan minuman seperti anda tidak pernah diseduh sebelumnya, kerana ia tidak boleh diterima '.

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin, ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi arus permintaan yang besar, menurut ketua industri. Gambar: Seorang pelayan bar menuangkan segelas bir di sebuah pub

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti (gambar) ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan Amstel (gambar) dan Moretti telah 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Dia menambah: 'Sebaik sahaja pub bermula lagi, kami menjangkakan bekalan akan ada.'

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph bahawa dia telah menulis surat kepada pembuat bir yang memberi amaran kepada mereka tentang kemungkinan kekurangan bir di pub

Pub dibenarkan membuka semula kawasan luar dari 12 April. Tetapi pub tanpa kawasan luar, dan kawasan yang mempunyai kawasan yang terlalu kecil sehingga tidak boleh dibuka semula, masih ditutup.

Kira-kira 45,000 pub akan membuka semula kawasan tertutup esok untuk pertama kalinya sejak Disember apabila langkah penutupan seterusnya dicabut.

Di samping pub dan bar, restoran akan dibenarkan untuk menyambut pelanggan dari esok untuk tempat duduk di dalam rumah.

Ini akan menjadi dorongan besar bagi perniagaan perhotelan, yang telah lama menderita cuaca basah dan berangin sejak pub diberi lampu hijau untuk dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Matt Hancock memberi amaran pelukan ‘dengan hati-hati’: Brits diminta berhati-hati ketika negara dibuka esok

Matt Hancock hari ini memberi amaran kepada orang-orang untuk 'berhati-hati' ketika memeluk orang lain pada hari Isnin, ketika England bersiap untuk akhirnya membuka kunci dari lokap Covid.

Teater, panggung wayang dan galeri seni akan dibenarkan dibuka di seluruh negara untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini apabila lebih banyak langkah penutupan dikurangkan esok.

Restoran dan pub juga dapat melayani pelanggan di dalam rumah buat pertama kalinya sejak Disember.

Menjelang buka kunci besar, tempat-tempat sudah mula habis terjual.

Tempat duduk di Globe Theatre yang terkenal dilaporkan tidak tersedia sekarang hingga pertengahan bulan depan

Pameran Galeri Seni Manchester Grayson Perry juga dikatakan akan habis sepanjang Mei dan Jun.

Tetapi dengan memberikan pemeriksaan realiti, Setiausaha Kesihatan hari ini memberi amaran mengenai 'risiko' pertemuan di dalam rumah.

Amaran itu muncul ketika ketakutan berlanjutan terhadap penyebaran varian Indian Covid di UK.

Bercakap kepada Sky News pagi ini, Encik Hancock berkata: "Kita semua harus berhati-hati, kita semua tahu risikonya, di luar lebih selamat daripada di dalam - jadi walaupun anda boleh, mulai esok, bertemu di dalam, masih lebih baik untuk bertemu di luar .

Tetapi ramai warga Britain - sekitar 10 juta - masih menghadapi cuaca untuk menikmati sebilangan kecil.

Demikianlah rasa haus akan kebebasan mengunci, bahawa pub sebenarnya hampir dengan Amstel dan Birra Moretti.

Sumber industri mendedahkan kepada MailOnline bulan lalu bahawa pemilik Moretti Heineken mengehadkan sementara pub UK untuk memesan hanya tiga tong seminggu untuk mengatasi masalah bekalan.

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Isu ini sangat berpotensi untuk 2.500 Star Pub & amp Bars - yang dimiliki oleh Heineken - menawarkan mereka alternatif sambil meningkatkan pengeluaran jenama dalam permintaan.

Jurucakap Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline bulan lalu: 'Lebih dari sepuluh juta orang dewasa di England telah kembali ke pub Britain yang hebat, dengan banyak orang memperlakukan diri mereka dengan draf pint yang terlewat.

'Permintaan untuk Birra Moretti dan Amstel telah melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami, dan kilang bir kami bekerja sepanjang masa untuk menangani permintaan yang tinggi ini.

"Kami bekerjasama dengan pelanggan kami untuk menawarkan bir alternatif dari rangkaian jenama Heineken UK yang luas ketika kami meningkatkan pengeluaran."

Ia muncul pada awal minggu ini syarikat tunangan Syarikat Debt mendedahkan bahawa setiap Britain perlu minum 124 liter sepanjang musim panas untuk mengembalikan industri ini ke tahap pra-pandemi.

Menurut pakar kewangan, industri ini memerlukan £ 25.66bilion untuk kembali ke tempat sebelum krisis Covid.

Syarikat itu berkata: 'Dengan anggaran terkini yang menunjukkan bahawa industri makanan dan minuman di UK kehilangan sekurang-kurangnya £ 25.66bn kerana Covid-19, kami tertanya-tanya berapa banyak yang perlu dibelanjakan oleh setiap orang di UK untuk mencapai tahap pra-pandemik.

"Secara khusus kami tertanya-tanya sejauh mana wang itu akan masuk ke pub, salah satu sektor yang paling terkepung.

Sekumpulan orang menikmati minuman pada petang Sabtu di Soho London pada hujung minggu

Orang ramai duduk di taman pub di Canonbury, London Utara, di bawah sinar matahari pada hari Jumaat yang lalu


  • Warga Britain dijangka akan bergegas kembali ke pub dan bar ketika langkah-langkah mereda pada hari Isnin
  • Pub dan restoran akan dapat membuka semula kawasan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini
  • Tetapi bos kumpulan pub terkemuka Young memberi amaran bahawa mungkin kekurangan bir
  • Ia berlaku setelah MailOnline mendedahkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Moretti pada bulan April

Diterbitkan: 15:15 BST, 16 Mei 2021 | Dikemas kini: 15:31 BST, 16 Mei 2021

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi permintaan besar, kata seorang ketua industri hari ini memberi amaran.

Warga Britain dijangka akan kembali ke pub esok ketika Pemerintah mencabut larangannya untuk perhotelan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini.

Para pakar awal minggu ini mendedahkan pengunjung pub perlu mengetuk 124 liter yang mengejutkan pada musim panas ini untuk membantu lubang penyiraman pulih dari penutupan dan sekatan selama lebih dari satu tahun.

Tetapi, menurut bos rantai pub Young's, lonjakan permintaan secara tiba-tiba boleh mencetuskan masalah baru bagi industri yang dirosakkan - kekurangan bir - menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin.

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph: 'Saya menulis kepada semua CEO semua pembuat bir dengan mengatakan bahawa' kita sudah cukup melalui sekarang, kita berada di hujung terowong dan perkara terakhir yang kita perlukan adalah masalah dengan bekalan, jadi dapatkan perbuatan anda bersama dan minuman seperti anda tidak pernah diseduh sebelumnya, kerana ia tidak boleh diterima '.

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin, ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi arus permintaan yang besar, menurut ketua industri. Gambar: Seorang pelayan bar menuangkan segelas bir di sebuah pub

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti (gambar) ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan untuk Amstel (gambar) dan Moretti telah 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Dia menambah: 'Sebaik sahaja pub bermula lagi, kami menjangkakan bekalan akan ada.'

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph bahawa dia telah menulis surat kepada pembuat bir yang memberi amaran kepada mereka tentang kemungkinan kekurangan bir di pub

Pub dibenarkan membuka semula kawasan luar dari 12 April. Tetapi pub tanpa kawasan luar, dan kawasan yang mempunyai kawasan yang terlalu kecil sehingga tidak boleh dibuka semula, masih ditutup.

Kira-kira 45,000 pub akan membuka semula kawasan tertutup esok untuk pertama kalinya sejak Disember apabila langkah penutupan seterusnya dicabut.

Di samping pub dan bar, restoran akan dibenarkan untuk menyambut pelanggan dari esok untuk tempat duduk di dalam rumah.

Ini akan menjadi dorongan besar bagi perniagaan perhotelan, yang telah lama menderita cuaca basah dan berangin sejak pub diberi lampu hijau untuk dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Matt Hancock memberi amaran pelukan 'dengan hati-hati': Brits diminta berhati-hati ketika negara dibuka esok

Matt Hancock hari ini memberi amaran kepada orang-orang untuk 'berhati-hati' ketika memeluk orang lain pada hari Isnin, ketika England bersiap untuk akhirnya membuka kunci dari lokap Covid.

Teater, panggung wayang dan galeri seni akan dibenarkan dibuka di seluruh negara untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini apabila lebih banyak langkah penutupan dikurangkan esok.

Restoran dan pub juga dapat melayani pelanggan di dalam rumah buat pertama kalinya sejak Disember.

Menjelang buka kunci besar, tempat-tempat sudah mula habis terjual.

Tempat duduk di Globe Theatre yang terkenal dilaporkan tidak tersedia sekarang hingga pertengahan bulan depan

Pameran Galeri Seni Manchester Grayson Perry juga dikatakan akan habis sepanjang Mei dan Jun.

Tetapi dengan memberikan pemeriksaan realiti, Setiausaha Kesihatan hari ini memberi amaran mengenai 'risiko' pertemuan di dalam rumah.

Amaran itu muncul ketika ketakutan berlanjutan terhadap penyebaran varian Indian Covid di UK.

Bercakap kepada Sky News pagi ini, Encik Hancock berkata: 'Kita semua harus berhati-hati, kita semua tahu risikonya, di luar lebih selamat daripada di dalam - jadi walaupun anda boleh, mulai esok, bertemu di dalam, masih lebih baik untuk bertemu di luar .

Tetapi ramai warga Britain - sekitar 10 juta - masih menghadapi cuaca untuk menikmati sebilangan kecil.

Demikianlah rasa haus akan kebebasan mengunci, bahawa pub sebenarnya hampir dengan Amstel dan Birra Moretti.

Sumber industri mendedahkan kepada MailOnline bulan lalu bahawa pemilik Moretti Heineken mengehadkan sementara pub UK untuk memesan hanya tiga tong seminggu untuk mengatasi masalah bekalan.

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Isu ini sangat berpotensi untuk 2.500 Star Pub & amp Bars - yang dimiliki oleh Heineken - menawarkan mereka alternatif sambil meningkatkan pengeluaran jenama dalam permintaan.

Jurucakap Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline bulan lalu: 'Lebih dari sepuluh juta orang dewasa di England telah kembali ke pub Britain yang hebat, dengan banyak orang memperlakukan diri mereka dengan draf pint yang sangat terlepas.

'Permintaan untuk Birra Moretti dan Amstel telah melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami, dan kilang bir kami bekerja sepanjang masa untuk menangani permintaan yang tinggi ini.

"Kami bekerjasama dengan pelanggan kami untuk menawarkan bir alternatif dari rangkaian jenama Heineken UK yang luas ketika kami meningkatkan pengeluaran."

Ia muncul pada awal minggu ini syarikat tunangan Syarikat Debt mendedahkan bahawa setiap Britain perlu minum 124 liter sepanjang musim panas untuk mengembalikan industri ini ke tahap pra-pandemi.

Menurut pakar kewangan, industri ini memerlukan £ 25.66bilion untuk kembali ke tempat sebelum krisis Covid.

Syarikat itu berkata: 'Dengan anggaran terkini yang menunjukkan bahawa industri makanan dan minuman di UK kehilangan sekurang-kurangnya £ 25.66bn kerana Covid-19, kami tertanya-tanya berapa banyak yang perlu dibelanjakan oleh setiap orang di UK untuk mencapai tahap pra-pandemik.

"Secara khusus kami tertanya-tanya sejauh mana wang itu akan masuk ke pub, salah satu sektor yang paling terkepung.

Sekumpulan orang menikmati minuman pada Sabtu malam di Soho London pada hujung minggu

Orang ramai duduk di taman pub di Canonbury, London Utara, di bawah sinar matahari pada hari Jumaat yang lalu


  • Warga Britain dijangka akan bergegas kembali ke pub dan bar ketika langkah-langkah mereda pada hari Isnin
  • Pub dan restoran akan dapat membuka semula kawasan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini
  • Tetapi bos kumpulan pub terkemuka Young memberi amaran bahawa mungkin kekurangan bir
  • Ia berlaku setelah MailOnline mendedahkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Moretti pada bulan April

Diterbitkan: 15:15 BST, 16 Mei 2021 | Dikemas kini: 15:31 BST, 16 Mei 2021

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi permintaan yang besar, kata seorang ketua industri hari ini.

Warga Britain dijangka akan kembali ke pub esok ketika Pemerintah mencabut larangannya untuk perhotelan dalaman untuk pertama kalinya tahun ini.

Para pakar awal minggu ini mendedahkan pengunjung pub perlu mengetuk 124 liter yang mengejutkan pada musim panas ini untuk membantu lubang penyiraman pulih dari penutupan dan sekatan selama lebih dari satu tahun.

Tetapi, menurut bos rantai pub Young's, lonjakan permintaan secara tiba-tiba boleh mencetuskan masalah baru bagi industri yang dirosakkan - kekurangan bir - menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin.

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti apabila kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu.

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph: 'Saya menulis kepada semua CEO semua pembuat bir dengan mengatakan bahawa' kita sudah cukup melalui sekarang, kita berada di hujung terowong dan perkara terakhir yang kita perlukan adalah masalah dengan bekalan, jadi dapatkan perbuatan anda bersama dan minuman seperti anda tidak pernah diseduh sebelumnya, kerana ia tidak boleh diterima '.

Pub menghadapi kekurangan bir menjelang pembukaan semula pada hari Isnin, ketika pembuat bir berjuang untuk memenuhi arus permintaan yang besar, menurut ketua industri. Gambar: Seorang pelayan bar menuangkan segelas bir di sebuah pub

Ia berlaku setelah pub melaporkan kekurangan Amstel dan Birra Morretti (gambar) ketika kawasan hospital di luar rumah dibenarkan dibuka semula bulan lalu

Heineken UK memberitahu MailOnline minggu lalu bahawa permintaan Amstel (gambar) dan Moretti telah 'benar-benar melampaui ramalan paling optimis kami' dan kilang bir mereka 'bekerja sepanjang masa' untuk menangani lonjakan

Dia menambah: 'Sebaik sahaja pub bermula lagi, kami menjangkakan bekalan akan ada.'

Patrick Dardis memberitahu Sunday Telegraph bahawa dia telah menulis surat kepada pembuat bir yang memberi amaran kepada mereka tentang kemungkinan kekurangan bir di pub

Pub dibenarkan untuk membuka semula kawasan luar dari 12 April. Tetapi pub tanpa kawasan luar, dan kawasan yang mempunyai kawasan yang terlalu kecil sehingga tidak boleh dibuka semula, masih ditutup.

Some 45,000 pubs will reopen indoor areas tomorrow for the first time since December when the next raft of lockdown measures are lifted.

Alongside pubs and bars, restaurants will be allowed to welcome customers back from tomorrow for indoor sittings.

It will be a huge boost for hospitality businesses, which have suffered long bouts of wet and windy weather since pubs were given the green light to reopen last month.

Matt Hancock warns hug ‘carefully’: Brits are urged to be cautious as country unlocks tomorrow

Matt Hancock today warned people to 'be careful' when hugging others on Monday, as England prepares to finally unlock from Covid lockdown.

Theatres, cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow.

Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors for the first time since December.

Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out.

Seats at the famous Globe Theatre reportedly unavailable now until the middle of next month

And Grayson Perry's Manchester Art Gallery exhibition is also said to booked out throughout May and into June.

But delivering a stark reality check, the Health Secretary today warned about the 'risk' of meeting indoors.

The warning comes as fears continue over the spread of the Indian Covid variant in the UK.

Speaking to Sky News this morning, Mr Hancock said: 'We should all be careful, we all know the risks, outside is safer than inside - so even though you can, from tomorrow, meet up inside, it's still better to meet up outside.

But many Britons - around 10million - still braved the weather to enjoy a pint.

And such was the thirst for a taste of lockdown freedom, that pubs actually ran short of Amstel and Birra Moretti.

Industry sources revealed to MailOnline last month that Moretti's owner Heineken was temporarily limiting UK pubs to ordering only three kegs per week to cope with supply issues.

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

The issue is particularly potent for the 2,500 Star Pubs & Bars - owned by Heineken - offered them alternatives while increasing production of in-demand brands.

A Heineken UK spokesman told MailOnline last month: 'Over ten million adults in England have headed back to the great British pub, with many treating themselves to a much missed draught pint.

'Demand for Birra Moretti and Amstel has totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts, and our breweries are working round the clock to deal with this high level of demand.

'We are working with our customers to offer alternative beers from the extensive Heineken UK range of brands as we increase production.'

It comes as earlier this week fiance firm Company Debt revealed every Britain would need to drink 124 pints across the summer to return the industry to pre-pandemic levels.

According to the finance experts, the industry needs £25.66billion to get back to where it was before the Covid crisis.

The company said: 'With the latest estimates suggesting that the UK's food and beverage industry lost at least £25.66bn due to Covid-19 we wondered how much every person in the UK would need to spend in order to reach pre-pandemic levels.

'In particular we wondered how far that money would go in pubs, one of the most beleaguered sectors.

Groups of people enjoy a drink on a Saturday evening in London's Soho over the weekend

People sit in a pub garden in Canonbury, North London, in the sunshine last Friday


  • Britons expected to rush back to pubs and bars when measures ease on Monday
  • Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen indoor areas for first time this year
  • But the boss of leading pub group Young's warns there could be a beer shortage
  • It comes after MailOnline revealed shortage of Amstel and Birra Moretti in April

Published: 15:15 BST, 16 May 2021 | Updated: 15:31 BST, 16 May 2021

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, an industry chief has today warned.

Britons are expected to pile back into pubs tomorrow when the Government lifts its ban on indoor hospitality for the first time this year.

Experts earlier this week revealed pub-goers would need to knock back a staggering 124 pints this summer to help watering holes recover from more than a year of closures and restrictions.

But, according to the boss of pub chain Young's, a sudden spike in demand could spark a new problem for the lockdown-ravaged industry - a beer shortage - ahead of Monday's big reopening.

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month.

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph: 'I wrote to all the CEOs of all the brewers saying that 'we've been through enough now, we are at the end of tunnel and the last thing we need is a problem with supply, so get your act together and brew like you've never brewed before, because it's just not acceptable'.

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening, as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, according to industry chiefs. Pictured: A barman pours a pint of beer in a pub

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti (pictured) when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand for Amstel (pictured)and Moretti had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

He added: 'As soon as the pubs start again we expect supply to be there.'

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph he had written to brewers warning them about potential beer shortages in pubs

Pubs were allowed to reopen outdoor areas from April 12. But pubs without outdoor areas, and those with areas too small to worth reopening, have remained closed.

Some 45,000 pubs will reopen indoor areas tomorrow for the first time since December when the next raft of lockdown measures are lifted.

Alongside pubs and bars, restaurants will be allowed to welcome customers back from tomorrow for indoor sittings.

It will be a huge boost for hospitality businesses, which have suffered long bouts of wet and windy weather since pubs were given the green light to reopen last month.

Matt Hancock warns hug ‘carefully’: Brits are urged to be cautious as country unlocks tomorrow

Matt Hancock today warned people to 'be careful' when hugging others on Monday, as England prepares to finally unlock from Covid lockdown.

Theatres, cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow.

Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors for the first time since December.

Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out.

Seats at the famous Globe Theatre reportedly unavailable now until the middle of next month

And Grayson Perry's Manchester Art Gallery exhibition is also said to booked out throughout May and into June.

But delivering a stark reality check, the Health Secretary today warned about the 'risk' of meeting indoors.

The warning comes as fears continue over the spread of the Indian Covid variant in the UK.

Speaking to Sky News this morning, Mr Hancock said: 'We should all be careful, we all know the risks, outside is safer than inside - so even though you can, from tomorrow, meet up inside, it's still better to meet up outside.

But many Britons - around 10million - still braved the weather to enjoy a pint.

And such was the thirst for a taste of lockdown freedom, that pubs actually ran short of Amstel and Birra Moretti.

Industry sources revealed to MailOnline last month that Moretti's owner Heineken was temporarily limiting UK pubs to ordering only three kegs per week to cope with supply issues.

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

The issue is particularly potent for the 2,500 Star Pubs & Bars - owned by Heineken - offered them alternatives while increasing production of in-demand brands.

A Heineken UK spokesman told MailOnline last month: 'Over ten million adults in England have headed back to the great British pub, with many treating themselves to a much missed draught pint.

'Demand for Birra Moretti and Amstel has totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts, and our breweries are working round the clock to deal with this high level of demand.

'We are working with our customers to offer alternative beers from the extensive Heineken UK range of brands as we increase production.'

It comes as earlier this week fiance firm Company Debt revealed every Britain would need to drink 124 pints across the summer to return the industry to pre-pandemic levels.

According to the finance experts, the industry needs £25.66billion to get back to where it was before the Covid crisis.

The company said: 'With the latest estimates suggesting that the UK's food and beverage industry lost at least £25.66bn due to Covid-19 we wondered how much every person in the UK would need to spend in order to reach pre-pandemic levels.

'In particular we wondered how far that money would go in pubs, one of the most beleaguered sectors.

Groups of people enjoy a drink on a Saturday evening in London's Soho over the weekend

People sit in a pub garden in Canonbury, North London, in the sunshine last Friday


  • Britons expected to rush back to pubs and bars when measures ease on Monday
  • Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen indoor areas for first time this year
  • But the boss of leading pub group Young's warns there could be a beer shortage
  • It comes after MailOnline revealed shortage of Amstel and Birra Moretti in April

Published: 15:15 BST, 16 May 2021 | Updated: 15:31 BST, 16 May 2021

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, an industry chief has today warned.

Britons are expected to pile back into pubs tomorrow when the Government lifts its ban on indoor hospitality for the first time this year.

Experts earlier this week revealed pub-goers would need to knock back a staggering 124 pints this summer to help watering holes recover from more than a year of closures and restrictions.

But, according to the boss of pub chain Young's, a sudden spike in demand could spark a new problem for the lockdown-ravaged industry - a beer shortage - ahead of Monday's big reopening.

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month.

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph: 'I wrote to all the CEOs of all the brewers saying that 'we've been through enough now, we are at the end of tunnel and the last thing we need is a problem with supply, so get your act together and brew like you've never brewed before, because it's just not acceptable'.

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening, as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, according to industry chiefs. Pictured: A barman pours a pint of beer in a pub

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti (pictured) when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand for Amstel (pictured)and Moretti had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

He added: 'As soon as the pubs start again we expect supply to be there.'

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph he had written to brewers warning them about potential beer shortages in pubs

Pubs were allowed to reopen outdoor areas from April 12. But pubs without outdoor areas, and those with areas too small to worth reopening, have remained closed.

Some 45,000 pubs will reopen indoor areas tomorrow for the first time since December when the next raft of lockdown measures are lifted.

Alongside pubs and bars, restaurants will be allowed to welcome customers back from tomorrow for indoor sittings.

It will be a huge boost for hospitality businesses, which have suffered long bouts of wet and windy weather since pubs were given the green light to reopen last month.

Matt Hancock warns hug ‘carefully’: Brits are urged to be cautious as country unlocks tomorrow

Matt Hancock today warned people to 'be careful' when hugging others on Monday, as England prepares to finally unlock from Covid lockdown.

Theatres, cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow.

Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors for the first time since December.

Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out.

Seats at the famous Globe Theatre reportedly unavailable now until the middle of next month

And Grayson Perry's Manchester Art Gallery exhibition is also said to booked out throughout May and into June.

But delivering a stark reality check, the Health Secretary today warned about the 'risk' of meeting indoors.

The warning comes as fears continue over the spread of the Indian Covid variant in the UK.

Speaking to Sky News this morning, Mr Hancock said: 'We should all be careful, we all know the risks, outside is safer than inside - so even though you can, from tomorrow, meet up inside, it's still better to meet up outside.

But many Britons - around 10million - still braved the weather to enjoy a pint.

And such was the thirst for a taste of lockdown freedom, that pubs actually ran short of Amstel and Birra Moretti.

Industry sources revealed to MailOnline last month that Moretti's owner Heineken was temporarily limiting UK pubs to ordering only three kegs per week to cope with supply issues.

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

The issue is particularly potent for the 2,500 Star Pubs & Bars - owned by Heineken - offered them alternatives while increasing production of in-demand brands.

A Heineken UK spokesman told MailOnline last month: 'Over ten million adults in England have headed back to the great British pub, with many treating themselves to a much missed draught pint.

'Demand for Birra Moretti and Amstel has totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts, and our breweries are working round the clock to deal with this high level of demand.

'We are working with our customers to offer alternative beers from the extensive Heineken UK range of brands as we increase production.'

It comes as earlier this week fiance firm Company Debt revealed every Britain would need to drink 124 pints across the summer to return the industry to pre-pandemic levels.

According to the finance experts, the industry needs £25.66billion to get back to where it was before the Covid crisis.

The company said: 'With the latest estimates suggesting that the UK's food and beverage industry lost at least £25.66bn due to Covid-19 we wondered how much every person in the UK would need to spend in order to reach pre-pandemic levels.

'In particular we wondered how far that money would go in pubs, one of the most beleaguered sectors.

Groups of people enjoy a drink on a Saturday evening in London's Soho over the weekend

People sit in a pub garden in Canonbury, North London, in the sunshine last Friday


  • Britons expected to rush back to pubs and bars when measures ease on Monday
  • Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen indoor areas for first time this year
  • But the boss of leading pub group Young's warns there could be a beer shortage
  • It comes after MailOnline revealed shortage of Amstel and Birra Moretti in April

Published: 15:15 BST, 16 May 2021 | Updated: 15:31 BST, 16 May 2021

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, an industry chief has today warned.

Britons are expected to pile back into pubs tomorrow when the Government lifts its ban on indoor hospitality for the first time this year.

Experts earlier this week revealed pub-goers would need to knock back a staggering 124 pints this summer to help watering holes recover from more than a year of closures and restrictions.

But, according to the boss of pub chain Young's, a sudden spike in demand could spark a new problem for the lockdown-ravaged industry - a beer shortage - ahead of Monday's big reopening.

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month.

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph: 'I wrote to all the CEOs of all the brewers saying that 'we've been through enough now, we are at the end of tunnel and the last thing we need is a problem with supply, so get your act together and brew like you've never brewed before, because it's just not acceptable'.

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening, as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, according to industry chiefs. Pictured: A barman pours a pint of beer in a pub

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti (pictured) when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand for Amstel (pictured)and Moretti had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

He added: 'As soon as the pubs start again we expect supply to be there.'

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph he had written to brewers warning them about potential beer shortages in pubs

Pubs were allowed to reopen outdoor areas from April 12. But pubs without outdoor areas, and those with areas too small to worth reopening, have remained closed.

Some 45,000 pubs will reopen indoor areas tomorrow for the first time since December when the next raft of lockdown measures are lifted.

Alongside pubs and bars, restaurants will be allowed to welcome customers back from tomorrow for indoor sittings.

It will be a huge boost for hospitality businesses, which have suffered long bouts of wet and windy weather since pubs were given the green light to reopen last month.

Matt Hancock warns hug ‘carefully’: Brits are urged to be cautious as country unlocks tomorrow

Matt Hancock today warned people to 'be careful' when hugging others on Monday, as England prepares to finally unlock from Covid lockdown.

Theatres, cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow.

Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors for the first time since December.

Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out.

Seats at the famous Globe Theatre reportedly unavailable now until the middle of next month

And Grayson Perry's Manchester Art Gallery exhibition is also said to booked out throughout May and into June.

But delivering a stark reality check, the Health Secretary today warned about the 'risk' of meeting indoors.

The warning comes as fears continue over the spread of the Indian Covid variant in the UK.

Speaking to Sky News this morning, Mr Hancock said: 'We should all be careful, we all know the risks, outside is safer than inside - so even though you can, from tomorrow, meet up inside, it's still better to meet up outside.

But many Britons - around 10million - still braved the weather to enjoy a pint.

And such was the thirst for a taste of lockdown freedom, that pubs actually ran short of Amstel and Birra Moretti.

Industry sources revealed to MailOnline last month that Moretti's owner Heineken was temporarily limiting UK pubs to ordering only three kegs per week to cope with supply issues.

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

The issue is particularly potent for the 2,500 Star Pubs & Bars - owned by Heineken - offered them alternatives while increasing production of in-demand brands.

A Heineken UK spokesman told MailOnline last month: 'Over ten million adults in England have headed back to the great British pub, with many treating themselves to a much missed draught pint.

'Demand for Birra Moretti and Amstel has totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts, and our breweries are working round the clock to deal with this high level of demand.

'We are working with our customers to offer alternative beers from the extensive Heineken UK range of brands as we increase production.'

It comes as earlier this week fiance firm Company Debt revealed every Britain would need to drink 124 pints across the summer to return the industry to pre-pandemic levels.

According to the finance experts, the industry needs £25.66billion to get back to where it was before the Covid crisis.

The company said: 'With the latest estimates suggesting that the UK's food and beverage industry lost at least £25.66bn due to Covid-19 we wondered how much every person in the UK would need to spend in order to reach pre-pandemic levels.

'In particular we wondered how far that money would go in pubs, one of the most beleaguered sectors.

Groups of people enjoy a drink on a Saturday evening in London's Soho over the weekend

People sit in a pub garden in Canonbury, North London, in the sunshine last Friday


  • Britons expected to rush back to pubs and bars when measures ease on Monday
  • Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen indoor areas for first time this year
  • But the boss of leading pub group Young's warns there could be a beer shortage
  • It comes after MailOnline revealed shortage of Amstel and Birra Moretti in April

Published: 15:15 BST, 16 May 2021 | Updated: 15:31 BST, 16 May 2021

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, an industry chief has today warned.

Britons are expected to pile back into pubs tomorrow when the Government lifts its ban on indoor hospitality for the first time this year.

Experts earlier this week revealed pub-goers would need to knock back a staggering 124 pints this summer to help watering holes recover from more than a year of closures and restrictions.

But, according to the boss of pub chain Young's, a sudden spike in demand could spark a new problem for the lockdown-ravaged industry - a beer shortage - ahead of Monday's big reopening.

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month.

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph: 'I wrote to all the CEOs of all the brewers saying that 'we've been through enough now, we are at the end of tunnel and the last thing we need is a problem with supply, so get your act together and brew like you've never brewed before, because it's just not acceptable'.

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening, as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, according to industry chiefs. Pictured: A barman pours a pint of beer in a pub

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti (pictured) when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand for Amstel (pictured)and Moretti had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

He added: 'As soon as the pubs start again we expect supply to be there.'

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph he had written to brewers warning them about potential beer shortages in pubs

Pubs were allowed to reopen outdoor areas from April 12. But pubs without outdoor areas, and those with areas too small to worth reopening, have remained closed.

Some 45,000 pubs will reopen indoor areas tomorrow for the first time since December when the next raft of lockdown measures are lifted.

Alongside pubs and bars, restaurants will be allowed to welcome customers back from tomorrow for indoor sittings.

It will be a huge boost for hospitality businesses, which have suffered long bouts of wet and windy weather since pubs were given the green light to reopen last month.

Matt Hancock warns hug ‘carefully’: Brits are urged to be cautious as country unlocks tomorrow

Matt Hancock today warned people to 'be careful' when hugging others on Monday, as England prepares to finally unlock from Covid lockdown.

Theatres, cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow.

Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors for the first time since December.

Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out.

Seats at the famous Globe Theatre reportedly unavailable now until the middle of next month

And Grayson Perry's Manchester Art Gallery exhibition is also said to booked out throughout May and into June.

But delivering a stark reality check, the Health Secretary today warned about the 'risk' of meeting indoors.

The warning comes as fears continue over the spread of the Indian Covid variant in the UK.

Speaking to Sky News this morning, Mr Hancock said: 'We should all be careful, we all know the risks, outside is safer than inside - so even though you can, from tomorrow, meet up inside, it's still better to meet up outside.

But many Britons - around 10million - still braved the weather to enjoy a pint.

And such was the thirst for a taste of lockdown freedom, that pubs actually ran short of Amstel and Birra Moretti.

Industry sources revealed to MailOnline last month that Moretti's owner Heineken was temporarily limiting UK pubs to ordering only three kegs per week to cope with supply issues.

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

The issue is particularly potent for the 2,500 Star Pubs & Bars - owned by Heineken - offered them alternatives while increasing production of in-demand brands.

A Heineken UK spokesman told MailOnline last month: 'Over ten million adults in England have headed back to the great British pub, with many treating themselves to a much missed draught pint.

'Demand for Birra Moretti and Amstel has totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts, and our breweries are working round the clock to deal with this high level of demand.

'We are working with our customers to offer alternative beers from the extensive Heineken UK range of brands as we increase production.'

It comes as earlier this week fiance firm Company Debt revealed every Britain would need to drink 124 pints across the summer to return the industry to pre-pandemic levels.

According to the finance experts, the industry needs £25.66billion to get back to where it was before the Covid crisis.

The company said: 'With the latest estimates suggesting that the UK's food and beverage industry lost at least £25.66bn due to Covid-19 we wondered how much every person in the UK would need to spend in order to reach pre-pandemic levels.

'In particular we wondered how far that money would go in pubs, one of the most beleaguered sectors.

Groups of people enjoy a drink on a Saturday evening in London's Soho over the weekend

People sit in a pub garden in Canonbury, North London, in the sunshine last Friday


  • Britons expected to rush back to pubs and bars when measures ease on Monday
  • Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen indoor areas for first time this year
  • But the boss of leading pub group Young's warns there could be a beer shortage
  • It comes after MailOnline revealed shortage of Amstel and Birra Moretti in April

Published: 15:15 BST, 16 May 2021 | Updated: 15:31 BST, 16 May 2021

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, an industry chief has today warned.

Britons are expected to pile back into pubs tomorrow when the Government lifts its ban on indoor hospitality for the first time this year.

Experts earlier this week revealed pub-goers would need to knock back a staggering 124 pints this summer to help watering holes recover from more than a year of closures and restrictions.

But, according to the boss of pub chain Young's, a sudden spike in demand could spark a new problem for the lockdown-ravaged industry - a beer shortage - ahead of Monday's big reopening.

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month.

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph: 'I wrote to all the CEOs of all the brewers saying that 'we've been through enough now, we are at the end of tunnel and the last thing we need is a problem with supply, so get your act together and brew like you've never brewed before, because it's just not acceptable'.

Pubs face a beer shortage ahead of Monday's big reopening, as brewers struggle to keep up with the huge influx in demand, according to industry chiefs. Pictured: A barman pours a pint of beer in a pub

It comes after pubs reported a shortage of Amstel and Birra Morretti (pictured) when outdoor hospitality areas were allowed to reopen last month

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand for Amstel (pictured)and Moretti had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

He added: 'As soon as the pubs start again we expect supply to be there.'

Patrick Dardis told the Sunday Telegraph he had written to brewers warning them about potential beer shortages in pubs

Pubs were allowed to reopen outdoor areas from April 12. But pubs without outdoor areas, and those with areas too small to worth reopening, have remained closed.

Some 45,000 pubs will reopen indoor areas tomorrow for the first time since December when the next raft of lockdown measures are lifted.

Alongside pubs and bars, restaurants will be allowed to welcome customers back from tomorrow for indoor sittings.

It will be a huge boost for hospitality businesses, which have suffered long bouts of wet and windy weather since pubs were given the green light to reopen last month.

Matt Hancock warns hug ‘carefully’: Brits are urged to be cautious as country unlocks tomorrow

Matt Hancock today warned people to 'be careful' when hugging others on Monday, as England prepares to finally unlock from Covid lockdown.

Theatres, cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow.

Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors for the first time since December.

Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out.

Seats at the famous Globe Theatre reportedly unavailable now until the middle of next month

And Grayson Perry's Manchester Art Gallery exhibition is also said to booked out throughout May and into June.

But delivering a stark reality check, the Health Secretary today warned about the 'risk' of meeting indoors.

The warning comes as fears continue over the spread of the Indian Covid variant in the UK.

Speaking to Sky News this morning, Mr Hancock said: 'We should all be careful, we all know the risks, outside is safer than inside - so even though you can, from tomorrow, meet up inside, it's still better to meet up outside.

But many Britons - around 10million - still braved the weather to enjoy a pint.

And such was the thirst for a taste of lockdown freedom, that pubs actually ran short of Amstel and Birra Moretti.

Industry sources revealed to MailOnline last month that Moretti's owner Heineken was temporarily limiting UK pubs to ordering only three kegs per week to cope with supply issues.

Heineken UK told MailOnline last week that demand had 'totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts' and their breweries are 'working round the clock' to deal with the surge

The issue is particularly potent for the 2,500 Star Pubs & Bars - owned by Heineken - offered them alternatives while increasing production of in-demand brands.

A Heineken UK spokesman told MailOnline last month: 'Over ten million adults in England have headed back to the great British pub, with many treating themselves to a much missed draught pint.

'Demand for Birra Moretti and Amstel has totally surpassed our most optimistic forecasts, and our breweries are working round the clock to deal with this high level of demand.

'We are working with our customers to offer alternative beers from the extensive Heineken UK range of brands as we increase production.'

It comes as earlier this week fiance firm Company Debt revealed every Britain would need to drink 124 pints across the summer to return the industry to pre-pandemic levels.

According to the finance experts, the industry needs £25.66billion to get back to where it was before the Covid crisis.

The company said: 'With the latest estimates suggesting that the UK's food and beverage industry lost at least £25.66bn due to Covid-19 we wondered how much every person in the UK would need to spend in order to reach pre-pandemic levels.

'In particular we wondered how far that money would go in pubs, one of the most beleaguered sectors.

Groups of people enjoy a drink on a Saturday evening in London's Soho over the weekend

People sit in a pub garden in Canonbury, North London, in the sunshine last Friday


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