We headed down to Beavertown’s new brewery to enter the London and South East Homebrewing Competition 2014.
We went. We drank. We live to tell the tale. Here’s what we learnt at this year’s Copenhagen Beer Celebration.
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.
Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, better known as Evil Twin Brewing, is hot shit in the world of beer. We sat down with him to learn more about his rise to fame and how the hell he ended up where he is today.
A few weeks ago Sierra Nevada was in town. We took the opportunity to sample some of their epic brews and have a chat to co-founder Steve Grossman.
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.
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.
We got invited to go for a few cold ones with Christian Skovdal Andersen, also known as Beer Here. The evening is a blur, but here’s what we can remember.