The biggest beer festival in the UK is just around the corner but one of the main lures this year isn’t British at all.
Yeastie Boys is the Kiwi beer brand that’s making a name for itself in the UK, with a skeleton staff of just five and without its own brewery. I chatted to co-founder Stu McKinlay about the company, current beer topics and what’s next now BrewDog has broken ties.
There are plenty of tote or even wooden beer carriers out there but none of them come close to the Beer Me Bag – check out my review.
The first Beer Mansion in London was one of the best beer events of last year, so could Brooklyn pull it off again in 2017?
This is the first post of a new series I’m starting. As you might have gathered from the headline a Triple Taster is a closer look at three beers, from the same brewery. Pistonhead is first up so let’s dive in to review Kustom Lager and its amigos.
Following a long partnership with the Nicholson’s pub chain, St.Austell has brewed a special Celebration Pale Ale. Here’s the story behind it, how it compares to the original and where you can get it.
It seems like a new beer subscription service is launching every month, but rarely do they cater for such a specific requirement. The Imperial Beer Club aims to satisfy those with a taste for stronger beer and here’s my review.
Last week I tried, and failed, to get London Grammar tickets and it got me thinking once again that something needs to be done about how tickets are sold. I don’t see why it’s so hard to keep everyone happy so here’s my solution.
As part of its Brewery Mash Tour last year, Brooklyn Brewery brought its Beer Mansion to London. It was quite the mini beer festival so I’m excited to say I’ve got initial details on the 2017 event and more have been confirmed.