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 caught up with the guys behind the brand new beer festival held in Stavanger, Norway called What’s Brewing. Bringing breweries such as Mikkeller, Evil Twin and many more
Here’s our round-up of what we learnt at this year’s London Craft Beer Festival. We even brought a camera along to document the occasion.
We went along to boutique pasta shop Burro e Salvia in Shoreditch for a night of pasta and beer pairings, put on by Brookyln Brewery as part of their Mash tour.
We sat down with Greg Wells, the main man behind London Craft Beer Festival, to get a preview of what is to come and more importantly, what we’ll be drinking at this year’s festival.
London Beer City is shaping up to be a glorious celebration of beer. We met up with WIll Hawkes, the man with the plan, to find out more about what’s going to happen.
We visited Buxton Brewery in Derbyshire to check out their new brewhouse and tap house and talk about what inspires one of the best breweries in the country.
We went along to a typical brew day at Kernel Brewery to see how one of their staple beers is produced.
Brew By Numbers is a tale of two friends starting a brewery from naff all. We met up with the guys to find out how they did it.
We headed down to Beavertown’s new brewery to enter the London and South East Homebrewing Competition 2014.