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…
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.
Craft Beer Co’s latest addition to their family opened last week in Covent Garden. We were lucky enough to be invited to the opening party. It got messy, in a good way.
Kernel is rebranding. Is this the end of the brewery as we know it, or will everything be fine? We went down there to have a look at what’s going on.
At the brink of completing another year of beer, we revisited a few of the people we talked to in 2013 to get their take on what has passed.
Those stopping in to investigate the new Shepherds Bush BrewDog, the latest London opening from the prolific brewery, might find themselves feeling a little disoriented. This BrewDog feels. . . different…
Manchester’s beer scene has been going from strength to strength lately. With Indy Man Beer Con (read our review here), great breweries and some really good bars, they’re shining a light for great beer…
There’s a bar in Brooklyn that every beer fan thirst for – Evil Twin’s homage to great beer Tørst, which fittingly means thirst in Danish. We took the trip across the Atlantic to check it out.
Our guest writer, and Berliner ex-expat, Matt Longstaff expresses his love for the classic German Helles Lager, Augustiner Helles.
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.