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Unfortunately, Munich's famed Oktoberfest, and Oktoberfest celebrations all over the world aren’t happening this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. And while it's impossible to duplicate the atmosphere (do you really want to pour beer all over your floor?) here are some ways to have your own Oktoberfest at home. And then go sleep in your own bed.
Join Goose Island brewer Austin Niestrom to taste and make beers at UBrew in London
Goose Island Beer Company, the brewery who brought Bourbon County Stout into the world back in 1992, want to teach you how they brew dark beer. Goose Island Brewer Austin Niestrom is flying in from Chicago to hold an exclusive brew course at Ubrew, where you'll brew a recipe that was inspired by one of the brewery's exclusive Fulton & Wood series. It’s a sweet porter recipe inspired by a beer called Real Nice Surprise which was released in 2015. Once your beer's fermented and bottled, you'll be able to swing by and collect roughly 15 bottles to take home.
With Craft Beer Rising, the National Winter Ales Festival and Liverpool Beer Festival, February 2017 is shaping up to be a brilliantly beery month.
Updated: 21 June, 2021
The Steel City Beer & Cider festival will take over Kelham Island Museum for four days in October. From Wednesday 6th October to Saturday 9th October, real ales fans will descend on the iconic building on Alma Street, Sheffield.
Just because winter is coming doesn't mean that the beer calendar slows down. In fact, it's a great chance to try some of the winter ales that breweries are releasing. Here are some of the best events, both CAMRA and independent, and events where we'll be. Let us know about your events by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well hi there! It's been awhile since I've written but it truly isn't you, it's me. Or, well, my new baby boy. 10 weeks ago today the newest Beer Hawk legacy was born and his name is Jack. And now that I've got a good 10 weeks with the chillest, happiest baby ever under my belt, Mama's ready to leave the boy with Daddy and go back on the bottle.
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