Canadians are drinking at restaurants and at home more than ever before, which means the traditional neighbourhood pub could be a thing of the past. However, there are still many ways for budding publicans to carve out a successful business in the pub industry.
Perched at the top of the hill in Kemptown, this Brighton boozer is well known among local residents. We caught up with owner William Howell about his successful six years running one of Brighton’s favourite haunts.
Often providing accommodation and exploiting the casual dining boom, the pub sector is coping well with falling alcohol consumption. We examine this fiercely competitive industry and what it takes to thrive.