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Bouncy castles, marching bands, and rows of frothing foudres were a few recurring themes on Tour de Geuze, a bi-annual event that has run in the region of Pajottenland, Belgium…
Most homebrewers will probably admit to being obsessive about equipment. Even as someone who brews small (10-15l) batches, I’ve found myself searching for the perfect piece of kit that will make my brew day better, quicker or more efficient…
Mother Kelly’s bar opened in 2014 and seemed to get it all right. Most recently, the team behind the bar opened a bottle shop in Hackney, taking that attention to detail into a retail space.
Black IPA as a style is a tough one to fathom. On paper, it seems like an ungodly balance between two things that shouldn’t really mix. Many even argue over what should a true Black IPA be…
Whether it’s food, art or music, beer always adds another dimension of fun when mixed in with other creative mediums. We went along to two very different events that shared art and beer as bedfellows.
We went along to a typical brew day at Kernel Brewery to see how one of their staple beers is produced.
We headed down to Beavertown’s new brewery to enter the London and South East Homebrewing Competition 2014.
Thomas Schøn from Mikkeller arrived in London for a tap takeover and for a couple of collaboration brews. We tagged along to the Earl Of Essex to capture the brew day.
We all know whiskey and beer is a great combo. Lucky for us so do Beavertown. They collaborated with Jameson to make a big ass stout and invited us to the launch party.
The Bermondsey Beer Mile is going from strength to strength these days. With Kernel and Partizan firmly established and Brew By Numbers and Fourpure up and running, we checked out the newest brewery on the block Anspach and Hobday.