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Seven of the best breweries in the UK came together to brew up a rainbow. It was a conceptual project with a lot of potential. We went along to launch event at King William IV to have a taste.
Siren Craft Brew is fairly new on the scene, but their head brewer Ryan Witter-Merithew has been brewing all over the world. We met up with tall, bearded American beer wizard for a chat.
Crate Brewery in Hackney Wick is one year old. Congratulations. We went down there to check out their new brewery and sample some of their brews, and their pizza of course.
Craft Beer Co’s 2nd birthday party is coming up. We thought it would be the perfect time to chat to manager and beer buff extraordinaire Tom Cadden, about how he started out on his beer career.
London Craft Beer Festival was announced last weekend. Is this going to be the beer festival we’ve all been waiting for? We talked to one of the brains behind it to find out.
Evin O’Riordain has gone from home brewer to beer virtuoso in just a few years. We sat down with him to talk about beer, business and how it all started.
It’s been over two weeks since we went to Copenhagen to relish in the best beer in the world. It was a crazy ride and our taste-buds have barely recovered from the sheer amount of deliciousness.
“Brewing is about getting it right”. These words are coming out of the mouth of Derek Prentice. I’m sitting opposite him at Craft Beer Co in Farringdon. He’s easily one of the most experienced brewers in London, maybe the UK, maybe the world….
It was sunny, horses were running on the telly and a Belgian brewery by the name of De Struise Brouwers had shipped a good portion of their best brews westwards to Pimlico, London, UK.
This is it. We’ve studied the numbers, read all the comments, pondered the meaning and this is what we’ve found. The question was how does the serving method affect the flavour of the beer? And which is better, cask or keg?