I was at the Great British Beer Festival last year when one man also waiting to be served a one of the bars suggested I try a particular beer because it had a “pretty” pink label and “that’s the sort of thing girls like!”  Yes. We would all just like to drink pink beer with […]

Bramley Inn

Someone on Twitter asked for an example of offensive or discriminatory behaviour from pubs in the light of Motion 10 being passed at the CAMRA AGM at the weekend. The Bramley Inn in Bramley has conveniently given us a textbook example, posted to their Facebook page  yesterday.  


I used to work in a pub in the City and I am not sure I experienced a single shift where I didn’t have a customer who didn’t trust my recommendation on which beer to drink and go to ask my male manager for a second opinion.


I was pouring beer on a Friday evening and a customer (who was a bar manager from a local brewery pub) leaded over the bar and grabbed my breast. He seem shocked that I had him barred from the pub.


“Not long after getting my first job in the city, I was invited out for drinks and so excitedly I went along. I drank beer, as you do, and had a lovely chat with my new colleagues. I didn’t think much more of it until a couple of days later an older female colleague took […]