Carlsberg director sacked after having beers in London brewery during Covid lockdown in summer 2020

A Carlsberg director was sacked after successfully organising a ‘p**s up’ in a brewery because it breached lockdown rules, an employment tribunal has heard.

Martin Entwistle invited eight friends for beers in the Taproom of Carlsberg’s London Fields Brewery (LFB) in Hackney, north London, on 6 June 2020 despite strict Covid regulations having been enforced due to a ‘vulnerable’ member of staff.

An employment tribunal hearing, in Cambridge, was told that after dinner and drinks he gave his…

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