Moor Beer Co are true pioneers. In the ten years since launching, the Bristol-based brewery have made a huge range of beers, and now can-condition their beers. We caught up with founder Justin Hawke to find out the story behind the beers
The founder and head brewer of Siren Craft Brew curated our introductory Beer Club case. We speak to founder Darron Anley and head brewer Kyle Larsen about what makes Siren so innovative
When Stone opened a brewery in Berlin, it meant that European beer drinkers could now get the beer even fresher. We spoke to Thomas Tyrell, Director of Brewing Operations Stone Brewing Berlin
What do you think sets Stone Brewing apart from other breweries? What was the ethos that Stone first set out with? Our goal at Stone has always been to brew outstanding, bold and – for the most part – very hoppy beers. We brew what we love and hope that others will love it too. Although we never compromise, we do like to brew a variety of styles so new craft beer fans can discover new tastes. Another aspect of Stone culture that I appreciate is our commitment to the close-knit craft beer community. We often work together and collaborate with friends from other breweries, and since starting at Stone in 2015 I’ve had the chance to meet over seven teams from some of my favorite
Peak District-based Buxton Brewery produce some of the country’s most respected and sought after beer. Here we talk to the founder Geoff Quinn about the secret of his success, collaboration, and the future.
We’re featuring Brew By Numbers this month. We visited the brewery in Bermondsey to catch up with founders Dave Seymour and Tom Hutchings.
Toast Ale is a beer brewed with surplus bread that would otherwise be?wasted. All profits go to the food
waste charity, Feedback. We spoke to Toast Ale’s Julie Prebble to find out more about this
Few beer lovers would deny that Thornbridge is one of the country’s best breweries. Here we speak to
Head Brewer Rob Lovatt
Williams Bros is
one of the most exciting breweries in Britain. Here we speak to co-founder Scott Williams (pictured right) about
how the beer scene has changed since 1988, using traditional ingredients, and all about the beer he's most proud
ofWilliams Bros started in 1988 - was there a feeling that the beer scene in the UK
was changing even then? To be honest the opportunity in the beer scene never really occurred to
us in a general sense. Prior to brewing heather ale our involvement in brewing was essentially at the homebrew level
– through a couple of shops of our own in Glasgow and Aberdeen as well as supplying other homebrew retailers
from our wholesale business covering the UK and Ireland.
Magic Rock is, few doubt, one of the best breweries in the country. This Huddersfield-based brewery turn out an astonishing range of core beers, as well as an exciting series of specials and one-offs. We're just also seeing the fruits of the barrel-aging programme come to the fore. Here, we speak to co-founder Richard Burhouse.
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