Can I still buy beer? Of course you can!
Your lounge, kitchen, or garden shed is the new pub for now. Here’s our guide to beer available online, and breweries which are going above and beyond with local home deliveries. Support our great British brewers!
The teams at Wold Top Brewery and sister company Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery have launched Swell, a limited edition dark beer that has been matured for 11 months in casks that held spirit at Yorkshire’s first single malt whisky distillery.
CAMRA’s Cellarmanship book explains what one needs to know about running a good cellar and ensuring that the pints served from there do both the pub and brewer proud.
Beer52 has today announced Cyber Fest, an online beer festival which can be enjoyed from the comfort of one’s home in these unprecedented times.
In a statement, BrewDog said: “A BrewDog order was destined for our online shop distribution centre to keep up with high demand. It was a full truck load with 26 pallets of BrewDog beer.“
Farmer’s Flagon is a rich pale ale brewed with Cascade and Progress hops, Flagon pale ale malt, rye crystal malt, Munich malt, and crystal malt.
Purity was founded in 2005 by friends Paul Halsey and James Minkin, who set about to build a brewing business with sustainability at the heart of what they do.
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Cornwall-based chef/publicans Emily Scott and Paul Ainsworth are among those who have contributed to a new Comfort Cookbook raising funds for Hospitality Action’s Covid-19 Emergency Appeal.
Firebrand has recently rebranded, incorporating the Cornish chough into the logo, keeping Cornish identity at the brand’s core.
Steve Skinner said: “Levels of anxiety are scary right now, and I’m sure mental health services are feeling the strain too. Check out their website and spend a moment appreciating the important work they are doing.”
Russell Scanlan, specialist insurer to the brewing industry, on how businesses will be affected during the pandemic.