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VFI calls for minimum price for alcohol

The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) has backed calls by Alcohol Action Ireland for a minimum price for alcohol to help prevent the abuse and misuse of alcohol and the irresponsible sale and promotion of alcohol.

Carlow publican calls for minimum price for alcohol

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Vintners president Carlow-based publican Gerry Mellett last night backed calls by Alcohol Action Ireland for a minimum price for alcohol to help prevent the abuse and misuse of alcohol and the irresponsible sale and promotion of alcohol.

VFI calls for review of ‘outdated’ commercial rates system

The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI), which represents 4,500 pubs throughout Ireland, has called for reform of the commercial rates system. The VFI believes the commercial rates system is punitive, is a heavy burden on businesses throughout Ireland and is costing jobs in the current climate.

Have you got what it takes to be Westmeath’s next big thing?

Ever dreamed of becoming the next Susan Boyle, Kings of Leon, or even David Copperfield? If so, the Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) in association with Smithwick’s, might have the answer for you with the VFI Stars of our Bars pub talent competition.

Reaction mostly critical of Budget 2011

Aside from the Vintners’ Association of Ireland, which welcomed the 2011 Budget announced this week, which did not impose any increases on the price of alcohol, reaction to the budget from most other sectors has been swift and largely condemnatory this week.

Vintners’ federation accuses Government of destroying pub industry

The new drink driving legislation that passed through the Dáil this week lowering the legal alcohol limit from 80mg of alcohol per 100 ml blood, to 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood, will kill the pub industry according to the Vintners’ Federation of Ireland.

Kilkenny’s finest compete in Stars of our Bars regional final

The Kilkenny VFI Stars of our Bars county final, in association with Smithwick’s, took place in the Kilford Arms on John Street, Kilkenny city recently and without doubt, the competition was tough.

 

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