Hepworth makes sure ingredients are The Right Stuff

Hepworth Brewery has launched The Right Stuff, an organic ale made with locally-sourced barley from Sussex and organically grown American style hops. Chinook and Cascade hops reflect its American nature, and the result is a naturally carbonated, gluten-free, and vegan...

Belgian ale brewed as a reward for home-schooling parents

Leeds based Amity Brew Co has collaborated with honey company Hilltop on a Belgian golden ale aimed at home-schooling parents. Honey, I Flunked The Kids has been released to coincide with the half-term holiday as multi-tasking fathers and mothers enjoy a break from...

There’s rich heritage behind Birmingham’s Gypsy Brew

New Birmingham brewery Gypsy Brew has launched its first beer, Gypsy Water, a 4.5% ABV American pale ale. Al Smith and Gary Meads, co-founders of Gypsy Brew The business is the brainchild of two friends and business owners — pub landlord Gary Meads, and barber Al...

Quadruple beer launch for Thornbridge

Thornbridge Brewery has added four new beers — three in can and one in bottle — to its web shop this week. Pronounced ‘gel-free’, Gelbvieh is a kellerbier brewed in collaboration with Newbarns, of Leith. Expect an unfiltered and hazy pale gold lager with a robust...

Lucky Saint attracts £3.5m of new investment

Lucky Saint, the alcohol-free beer brand, has closed a £3.5 million fundraise from leaders across the consumer goods and marketing industries. Its shareholders now include: JamJar, the venture capital fund of the founders of Innocent Drinks; Warburtons chairman,...

Mitchells & Butlers looks to raise £350m

Major shareholders in Mitchells & Butlers have consolidated their stakes into a new holding company as the pubco looks to raise £350m. The money will be raised by means of an underwritten fully pre- emptive open offer (the ‘Proposed Open Offer’). This will include...

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