‘We don’t want to get caught’: Pub owners say trade has improved after Covid, but fears for the future

It’s been a whole year since beer taps started flowing again and pubs across Northern Ireland are seeing profits bounce back to pre-pandemic levels, but they are poised for another storm wrought by rising inflation.

The public health crisis, which began in early 2020, has left deep wounds in the hospitality industry in general, with pubs bearing the brunt of the economic burden.

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