The craft beer boom is in full swing in the UK, and despite some wild theories it’s about to burst, there are plenty of new breweries arriving on the scene. 2018 is set to be another great year for the industry and these are the ones to watch.
New breweries are popping up left, right and centre so it can be hard to keep up. Let me introduce you to one of the hidden gems of Bristol in another brewery spotlight. Say hello to Lost & Grounded.
In case you missed it, infamous Scottish brewery BrewDog this week announced a ‘Pink IPA’ version of its flagship beer. The ‘beer for girls’ branding was supposed to be ironic and challenge the gender pay gap, but the whole thing hasn’t gone down too well.
The end of winter is in sight and that means beer festival season is upon us. Following a few smaller events, Craft Beer Rising has once again taken over the Old Truman Brewery and here are some of the best beers available.
2017 was a top-notch year for craft beer events and festivals and 2018 looks set to be even better. Here’s a round-up of all the big and small things happening in the craft beer world this year.
So 2017 is over and I’ve not done any awards on the blog before but I thought I’d give this Golden Pints thing a go. Here’s what stood out to me last year, including individual breweries, beers and events.
Although it seemed Christmas kicked off way back in September with advent calendars going on sale, it’s December and time to crack out the festive brews.
It’s officially Autumn and for many that means mourning the end of the summer but on the bright side it’s a time that brings with it some great seasonal beers.
Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout is one of the most highly rated and sought after imperial stouts going and for 2017 you can get it in the UK. Here’s all the details.