Comment | Why leaving the EU would be bad for UK beer

Whichever way you are leaning in the EU referendum, the polls must be frightening you. They frighten me. On one hand we have the...
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Comment |Being independent shouldn’t mean doing it all alone, says Jonny Garrett

People are always telling me that the American brewing scene is five or even 10 years ahead of our own. I don’t subscribe to...

Facing Online Criticism, by Jonny Garrett

In many ways, Twitter is like a big family argument. Everyone is talking and no-one’s listening, and everyone seems to care a lot more...

Book Review | The Craft Beer Revolution

Steve Hindy is co-founder and chairman of Brooklyn Brewery, New York, USA which he founded in 1984.  He was one of the pioneers of...

Why the Big boys need craft beer | Opinion

However, it wasn’t until a few months ago when I got chatting to a friend who did a stint for one of the ‘big boys’...

Crafting an Opportunity

It may feel like the dust is settling after the latest series of brewery buyouts, but I can assure you it’s still a warzone...

Opinion | Victim of Love

Lots of people got in, lots (for the most part) didn't. First things first. The Beavertown team did a fantastic job in putting this together....

Sticking to our guns | Rob Lovatt, Head Brewer at Thornbridge

Given it’s the beginning of the year, I thought it was an opportune moment to let you know what myself and the rest of...

Brewers Association: Offering a Helping Hand to UK Breweries

American craft brewers are represented by the Brewers Association, a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent brewers that exists to promote and...

Dry Hopping: An Alternative Solution

Traditional dry hopping regimes most probably had the simple aim to add additional shelf life to the beer being made in 17th and 18th...