Bacteria, sour beer and getting the results you want

Beer has been brewed for thousands of years and for the majority of this time has been produced using mixed culture fermentation via a...

Brewhouses: Make the right decision

We continue to see a rise in the brewing industry with growth and investment made within established companies and with new ones as well,”...

Focus on Flavour | TailGate Beer

For anyone that has enjoyed a can of ‘Peanut Butter Milk Stout’, the runaway best-selling brew from TailGate beer, it might come as a...

Kew Brewery | Give UK ingredients the attention they deserve

A stones throw, well around one and a half miles, separate Kew Brewery and the famous Kew Gardens. One of these establishments has just celebrated its second...

Yeast | The “new” hops?

The biodiversity of yeast is an incredibly powerful force capable of not only profoundly shaping the utility of yeast, but also is the foundation...

The Story of Beer Nouveau

"I had the realisation that I was brewing more beer in my garage than I could drink, and I can drink, so it got to...

Getting T-IP-SY | Intellectual Property

As your business grows, you need to think about the relevant intellectual property (IP) issues. Here are some that will concern even the most...

Beer Trends and The Supermarket Challenge

The UK beer landscape is changing. Consumption levels in the off-trade last year, once again, overtook the amount of beer being drunk in pubs...

In Interview | Roger Ryman, St Austell

St Austell Brewery produced 15,000 barrels of beer in 1999. Enter Tribute, its 4.2% Cornish Pale Ale, and 14 years later that beer accounted...

Rebranding Woes | Opinion

It was with great amusement that I saw Carlsberg relaunch their Export brand last month – or, in other words, splash the cost of...