Festival beer celebrates Britain’s female brewers

Festival beer celebrates Britain’s female brewers

The brewers get together at Pressure Drop Brewing, in Tottenham, North London   This year’s London Craft Beer Festival will feature an industry first — an all-female collaboration, limited edition craft beer called Rhubarb: A User’s Guide. Led by brewing expert...
Two Heads Beer Co increases equity offer

Two Heads Beer Co increases equity offer

Two Heads Beer Co — trading as The Beer Boutique and We Brought Beer — has increased the amount of equity it is offering in its current crowdfunding campaign, from 10% to 14.9%. The company is looking to raise £350,000 to open four more stores. Owner James Hickson...
Belgian beer and food at Ales Tales 2018

Belgian beer and food at Ales Tales 2018

London’s Belgian craft beer festival, Ales Tales, is returning for a second year on June 1 and 2, with more than 70 beers from 20 breweries at the Oval Space, in Hackney. Tickets — which start from £35 and which are available here — give visitors five hours of...

Preview: Norwich City of Ale events

A host of events have been announced for Norwich City of Ale, which returns for an eighth year from Thursday, May 24, until June 3. It all gets under way with a launch party on May 24 at the Black Horse. You’ll need to register for this via Eventbrite. Other...

New beer series showcases progressive British hops

Five of Britain’s biggest brewers are to create new beers showcasing progressive British hops — called The Brithop Series — which will launch this summer. Getting creative in the brewhouse will be Burning Sky, The Kernel, Cloudwater, The Wild Beer Co and North...

New edition of Beer Lover’s Britain

It’s not easy keeping up with the momentous changes in British brewing in recent times, but that’s just what Jeff Evans has done in the new edition of his e-book, Beer Lover’s Britain. It’s only five year since the last edition of the...

Fourpure announces global collaboration series

The spirit of collaboration is alive and well at Fourpure Brewing Co, in London, which has chosen to work from breweries on six continents for its most challenging brewing project yet. Continental Collaboration will be created with: Devils Peak, in South Africa; Kyoto...