From humble beginnings, Hoshizaki Equipment now serves the world, enabling their customers to preserve, to innovate, to serve, to heal and to educate in the food service, health, hospitality, bio-science, marine and education industries across every continent and in all climates.
The partnership between the UKBG and the Hoshizaki provides UKBG members with the best ice at special rates.
Bar magazine is the leading monthly publication that represents the
hospitality sector. Each issue is packed with invaluable guidance and business
advice for venue owners, operators and managers. The exclusive monthly content
covers all aspects of creating and running a successful venue, from planning,
design and installation through to training, law, finance and technology. With
trends forever changing in our industry, Bar magazine has its finger
on the pulse bringing new creations and inspiration from around the globe.
Ultimately, Bar magazine is used as a buying tool by hospitality decision makers
looking to improve their business.
Hospitality Rewards is the first and only employee benefits platform for workers in the UK hospitality trade.
Their purpose is to look after the mental, physical and financial health of our members with the goal to help members get access to support for their health and wellbeing when they need it, save money on everyday goods and services and make leisure time more accessible and affordable.
Developed for emplyers to offer the range of feture and benefits to their employees, by beign a UKBG members you can also benefit as an individual.
A family-run Sake brewery since 1856. Pioneered by several generations of the Yonezawa family. Now guided by Sake Master, Kimio Yonezawa. Located in the port city of Akashi in southwest Japan, the brewery continues to produce sakes and liqueurs, as it has for over a century.
Sponsors of the UKBG National Cocktail Competition 2021.
The Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association
The Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association was established in 1953 to support the Japanese Government in securing revenue from liquor taxation, ensure safe and secure liquor business transactions, and to develop the sector.
It is a voluntary organisation comprising nearly every maker of Japanese alcoholic drinks in the country. There are a total of 1,708 members which include 1,422 sake producers, 273 honkaku shochu producers, and 13 mirin producers. (Date as of March 2019).
As the only official industry organisation for Japan’s national alcoholic drinks, it’s core aim is to promote sake, honkaku shochu, and awamori both domestically and in overseas markets.
Molinari Extra is a premium sweet spirit made with star anise. It is a major market player in Italy and the undisputed global leader in the Sambuca category. Molinari Extra is obtained by steam distilling star anise seeds and gradually adding alcohol, sugar, fine natural herbs, and spices. The extra quality of the ingredients, the unique secret recipe, and the years of passion for creating such a distinctive spirit are the secret of its success. Angelo Molinari, with his entrepreneurial spirit, established the company in 1945 in Civitavecchia, near his home city of Rome.
The Drinks Trust
Since 1886, The Drinks Trust (formerly The Benevolent) has provided care and support to the people who form the drinks industry workforce, both past and present. The Drinks Trust is run by drinks industry professionals, funded by drinks industry partners and supported by thousands of drinks industry fundraisers, volunteers and contributors.
The Mixology Group
Mixology School is a core team of professionals all handpicked for their skills and knowledge of events and hospitality.
UKBG accredited training providers offers a special price for their courses.
Leading the team are Myles and Zoe Cunliffe, both passionate about the industry and with over 27 years experience combined.
Myles has trained globally and is a leading authority and figurehead in the drinks industry. His knowledge of spirits, mixology and his flair for teaching awarded him the Imbibe Educator of the Year in 2017.
Zoe is the mastermind behind the brand and a hospitality expert.
The Mixing Class
The Mixing Class is one of the world's leading independent WSET spirits school, delivering award-winning Spirits Education led by cocktail and spirits industry veterans.
Offers a special price on WSET courses to UKBG members
Small Batch Learning
Small Batch Learning is a hospitality-specific smart learning network that was built to remove one of the major barriers to training: cost. Believing professional education is a non-negotiable part of anyone’s job, we have built an online training platform, developed content aimed at different staff experience levels, and made it all available for bars, restaurants and hotels free-of-charge.
Healthy Hospo is a not-for-profit organisation with the dream of a healthier, happier hospitality industry. Providing training, events and workshops, and working to build healthier workplaces.