Why do people still keep coming to the pub?
I’ve just returned from a night out at the pub where I was told that people are still coming to it.
As a visitor to a pub with a long history, I’ve never seen it so often as this morning.
I am not alone.
It’s a fact.
In the past month, there have been 10 new pubs opening, all on the same site, with an average of one new pub every week.
We’ve seen the same story play out with the pubs that are closing in our area.
When the pub closes, the next one is expected to be a much bigger one, with a much longer stay, and a bigger pay packet.
It is not a sign of a lack of demand for the pub, but of the same demand that has brought the pub to the top of the list of reasons people come to pubs.
We have an obsession with pubs in our areas, a desire to go to them and experience the magic of them, to go back and get a drink.
This is our hobby.
There is also a certain expectation in pubs that the pub is going to stay open long after the pub has closed.
So people are coming back, and we are all hoping for the best.
It would be nice to have more pubs opening and more people coming to pubs and bars, but it’s just not going to happen.
The truth is, pubs are not doing well in Australia.
The number of people drinking alcohol in Australia is decreasing.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released data in May showing that in 2016, there were 821,000 people aged 16 years and over in the community.
That was down slightly from 823,000 in 2015, and down from 835,000 the previous year.
This drop was largely due to a decrease in people drinking on Sundays.
The ABS said the number of Australians drinking alcohol on Sundays dropped by 0.7 per cent, but the ABS also said there was a significant drop in alcohol consumption on the weekend.
This year’s data shows that there are now fewer people who are regular drinkers than there were in 2015.
In 2015, a quarter of Australians were regular drinkers.
This dropped to 21 per cent in 2016.
The percentage of Australians who drink alcohol at least monthly dropped by 15 per cent to 9 per cent.
But people are not coming back to pubs, the data shows.
The average number of days that Australians spent drinking in pubs has dropped by 5 per cent since 2015, but that is only because there were fewer people drinking at the bar.
There were also fewer people in the pub on a Sunday than in 2015 (20 per cent compared to 24 per cent).
There is a general belief in pubs, and by extension in the alcohol industry, that people will come back to bars and pubs in greater numbers when they are more popular.
There are also concerns that pubs are closing down because of low prices, which is not true.
The Aussie beer industry has been seeing a massive increase in sales over the past three years.
In 2016, sales in the beer and wine industry were $12.2 billion, up from $11.4 billion in 2015 and $9.5 billion in 2014.
The increase was driven by a surge in demand for beer and the rising cost of beer.
It was also a result of increased demand from Australians returning to Australia after a long overseas trip.
The Government has introduced new laws to encourage people to drink beer in bars and restaurants, including the introduction of the Beer and Wine Act 2016.
This act will help increase the number and cost of pubs in Australia, and will also help to keep pubs open.
The alcohol industry is also seeing a surge of new customers from overseas.
This increase has been fuelled by Australia’s tourism and the tourism industry in particular.
The Tourism Industry Association (TIA) has estimated that in the first nine months of 2017, the industry generated $2.5 million in revenue.
The industry is expected spend another $3.2 million this year.
A recent report from the Australian Institute of Hotel and Restaurant Management found that in 2017, there was an increase in international travel and the number travelling to Australia was higher than the previous 12 months.
This meant that the number attending international events grew by a massive 70 per cent from 2016.
More than 80 per cent of the international travellers to Australia travelled to Canberra, the capital of Western Australia, where a record 1,100,000 international visitors visited in 2017.
The hospitality industry also saw an increase last year.
There was a 16 per cent increase in the number in hospitality occupations in 2017 over the previous six months.
There will be more opportunities for hospitality workers to stay in Canberra, which will further drive demand for hotel rooms.
More Australians are spending money in their pubs and clubs.
The latest figures from the ANZ released on Tuesday show that Australians spend an average $6,000 on alcohol per person per year.
That’s an increase of $1,000 from 2016, but a $600 increase from the previous quarter.