Jaega Wise elected as SIBA regional director

Jaega Wise elected as SIBA regional director

Brewer Jaega Wise, of Wild Card Brewery in East London, has been made a South East elected director for the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA), following an election at the organisation’s South East AGM. The region, which includes Greater London and which has...
Tiny Rebel preparing anniversary beers

Tiny Rebel preparing anniversary beers

The Tiny Rebel team are preparing to celebrate the brewery’s sixth anniversary next month in the only way they know how to — by creating new beers made by their own staff and in collaboration with other brewers. In-house brews will comprise: a fruit soft...

Lost+Found tap takeover at Tate Modern

At the end of last year, Tate expanded its high-quality beer offering with three new Lost+Found A.BL: releases, on sale in food and drink outlets at Tate Modern. To celebrate the launch, welcome in the new year and mark the end of Dry January (nearly), Tate Tap...

Book chronicles history of brewing in Burton

Burton upon Trent is commonly thought of as the capital of British brewing, and in his new book Ian Webster chronicles the history of beer making in the Staffordshire town. A follow-up to 2015’s Ind Coope & Allsopp Breweries: The History of the...
Have you perfected the Krombacher pour?

Have you perfected the Krombacher pour?

German brewer Krombacher is aiming to drive awareness of the importance of perfectly pouring beer with the launch of the #Pourfection2018 competition. With an all-expenses paid trip to Krombacher’s annual Reinheitsgebot celebrations at the brewery in April up for...

Fundraising and expansion for Brighton Bier

Brighton Bier has launched a special beer, Mabeira, to raise funds for the city’s Save Madeira Terrace campaign, and announced plans for a significant expansion of the brewery. The crowdfunding campaign, led by Brighton & Hove City Council, exceeded its target in...
Petainer partnership for Japanese beer market

Petainer partnership for Japanese beer market

Petainer, KHS Japan and Mitsubishi Chemical have announced a partnership to bring one-way PET beer kegs to the Japanese beer market. Like other markets around the world, Japan is enjoying a boom in craft beer and the leading Japanese brands, such as Asahi and Kirin,...
Marble brewer prepares for Yeastie Boys transfer

Marble brewer prepares for Yeastie Boys transfer

Yeastie Boys founder Stu McKinley with James Kemp, who will be joining the company in March   While aficionados of the kickable bladder wait to see where Sánchez will be plying his trade at the end of the month, New Zealand-based Yeastie Boys have pulled off the big...
Pubs win free Woodforde’s beer for a year

Pubs win free Woodforde’s beer for a year

Woodforde’s chief executive, James Hughes, has completed the draw — now we know which five free trade pubs have won free beer for a year from the brewery, Hundreds of entries were received for a prize draw, announced on Beer Today at the start of December. the...
Marston’s explores the terroir of barley

Marston’s explores the terroir of barley

• Picture: Nick Harman   Marston’s Brewery is championing the terroir of barley with the announcement of a long-term contract with Norfolk’s Holkham estate to supply the winter barley for all of Marston’s Brewery’s range of beers. Both Marston’s and Holkham are backed...
National Tap Takeover for Chorlton Brewing

National Tap Takeover for Chorlton Brewing

Chorlton Brewing Co is to stage its third National Tap Takeover at various venues around the country from January 26 to 28, keen to spread the word about great British sour beer. Based in Ardwick, Manchester, Chorlton specialises in sour beers, which are a relatively...