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8th February 2023

BBPA rebrands with commitment to speak up for iconic, much-loved industry

The British Beer and Pub Association has launched its new brand, reinstating its role as the voice of brewers and pubs

Unveiled at a parliamentary reception alongside members, industry leaders and influencers, and MPs, BBPA’s new brand aims to embody the Association’s role as ‘the voice of brewers and pubs’.

The new brand embodies each element of BBPA’s work with members; highlighting the uniquely British institution and industry it represents, showcasing the process and innovation of UK brewers, the pub as a place for people to join together and connect in communities across the country, and last but not least, the unmatched brilliance of a well-poured pint.

Following the premiere of an animation telling the story of the new brand, Emma McClarkin, Chief Executive of the British Beer and Pub Association said:

“Our new brand is about highlighting our strengths and the future of our sector. For over 100 years, BBPA has championed the needs of British brewers and pubs and it is now more than ever our voice needs to be heard, celebrated and invested in for future generations.

 “We need people to know our industry is not only brimming with warmth and passion, but also innovation, resourcefulness, skills, talent and above all, a desire and commitment to serve communities in every single part of our country.

“We are proud to represent British pubs and brewers, and hope our new brand speaks to the genuine emotion, vibrancy and heritage our brilliant sector is known for as we look to the future.”

Watch BBPA’s brand story here:


For more information or to arrange an interview contact Jessie Powell at / 020 7627 9199

Notes to editors:

About BBPA

BBPA represents UK companies which between them brew over 90% of the beer sold in the UK and own 20,000 pubs.  We are the voice of brewers and pubs.

Our members include international companies, national and local brewers and pub businesses operating managed and tenanted pubs in cities, towns and villages across the country.

These businesses are at the heart of communities and local economies and include family businesses who have been brewing beer and running pubs for hundreds of years alongside emerging brewers and pub operators.

  • The UK’s beer and pub industry supports close to 940,000 jobs
  • The industry adds £26.2billion to the UK’s economy each year


Press release from the BBPA.

For more information or to arrange an interview contact Jessie Powell at / 020 7627 9199