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Contents | December
In what has felt like barely six months, another
year has come to an end. It's been a huge year
for the pub industry. Massive venue transactions
have taken place up and down the eastern
seaboard; domestic and international investment
funds have taken an active interest in the industry;
and legislation at the state level has had significant
impacts on operations. Through all of this, operators
continue to refresh and innovate, to ensure that their
pubs are to the highest standard and can offer a real
hub for the community.
Even though 2017 is almost done, trade doesn't
end and so our coverage of the industry continues!
We look at two very different pub concepts in this
issue, starting with the small-format British tavern
Duke of Clarence on page 14, and concluding with
Brisbane's Osbourne Hotel, where the beer garden is
the main focus of the pub and inside will shut down
if it's quiet (on p. 26).
It's innovative concepts like these that keep the
industry dynamic, and we can't wait to see what
hoteliers have in store for 2018. On behalf of the
team at Australian Hotelier, I wish you all a happy
(and busy) holiday period, and a wonderful new year.
Vanessa Cavasinni, Editor
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