Low-alcohol Mikkeller beers added at Euroboozer

Beer importer Euroboozer has augmented its low-alcohol offering with the addition of four craft beers from Mikkeller brand. Set up in Copenhagen in 2006 by maths and physics teacher Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, the award-winning, nomadic beer brand has released more than 800...
Stock up on local beer, says Hogs Back Brewery

Stock up on local beer, says Hogs Back Brewery

Hogs Back Brewery is encouraging beer lovers to give both themselves and brewers a Christmas bonus by enjoying locally brewed beers over the festive season. The brewery, based in Tongham, Surrey, has decked the halls and rolled out the barrel as it prepares to welcome...
Drinkers strip off to raise cash for Brain Tumour Research

Drinkers strip off to raise cash for Brain Tumour Research

A cheeky view of the boys posing for one of the shots   A Royton craft beer house is launching a naked charity calendar in support of a Middleton man diagnosed with a brain tumour. Punters at The Secret Sip have stripped off for a 2019 calendar in aid of Neil’s...

Beer tax burden ‘is harming UK brewers’

UK brewers are among the biggest and best in Europe, but the tax burden they face, compared to counterparts on the continent, is holding them back. That’s the conclusion of new research from the Brewers of Europe organisation, which found that the UK is one of...
New Oakham beers in cans for first time

New Oakham beers in cans for first time

  Oakham Ales is launching three new beers: Best Friend, a 4.2% ABV session IPA, Thrill Seeker (4.8%), a New World pale ale, and Alpha Inception (6%), a West Coast IPA. Marketing manager, Juta Hydzik, hopes the latest additions to the range — which will be in cans —...

New name, new beers, new brewer at S43

North-East brewery S43 has appointed senior craft brewer Alex Rattray to diversify its offering, with a range of progressive new beers yielded from an American craft beer style. The award-winning brewery, currently best known for English cask ales, has...
Strong brewery line-up at Stokey Beer Fest

Strong brewery line-up at Stokey Beer Fest

  Stokey Beer Fest is returning to North London on February 8 and 9, with some of the craft scene’s most respected brewers in attendance. The festival, established in 2017, will once again be held at Abney Hall, Stoke Newington Church Street, aiming to...
Drinkaware training for Network Rail staff

Drinkaware training for Network Rail staff

Alcohol education charity Drinkaware is supporting Network Rail ahead of the festive season by delivering training sessions to staff at some of the country’s busiest rail stations, equipping them to recognise and support people who may be vulnerable after...

Curious Brewery on course for March 2019 opening

Curious Brewery has held the topping-out ceremony for its new brewery in Ashford, celebrating the highest piece of the new steel structure being secured into place. The brewery is owned by Chapel Down Group, the eponymous owner of Chapel Down wines, sparkling wines...

Why North Norfolk barley is so highly prized

With all the concerns about post-Brexit trade deals and the practicalities and costs of importing, UK brewers have something to fall back on. The main ingredient of beer is — for the most part — grown and malted in Britain. What’s more, when brewers opt to buy malt...

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