In case you missed the explosion of teddy bears and chocolate roses love is apparently in the air. And while you’ve been trying to decide on the perfect Valentine gift for other half this year, we've been busy scouring the shelves for the most tenuous Valentine’s Day-related beers we could find. Enjoy.
So ditch the flowers and pick up something you can enjoy together, a beer. We’ve got our favourite loved-up brews to help you say it with beer. From aptly named bottles to chocolate of the liquid boozy type, there’s something for even the most stereotypical Valentine - as long as they won’t miss the red tissue paper we forgot to add to our packaging order. The Bruery Mischief, Siren Brut Romance, Founders Breakfast Stout, Durham Temptation, Williams Bros. Birds & Bees, Deus (Champagne Beer), Magic Rock Salty Kiss, Moor Radiance.
There are signs that Non-Alcoholic beer is hitting the mainstream and is poised to hit the big time, but just how popular will it become? In this article I’ll look at some of the signs that show ‘NOLO’ (non or low alcoholic) beer is becoming a serious player in our industry, and how its development might progress in the UK.
After trying out our very own World Beers mixed case for a beer tasting party, Christie Day, Brand Expert at money-saving website Savoo shares her tips for hosting a top beer tasting night on a budget.
Ask someone down the pub for the reasons behind Britain’s recent Beer revival, and you’re guaranteed all sorts of different explanations. In 2017 the number of UK breweries passed the 2000 mark, which puts us well ahead of European neighbours. Most will have a reasonable argument for why, but you can bet your double-dry hopped DIPA that very few of them would mention Gordon Brown, ex-PM and former Chancellor of the Exchequer.
The UK's first Trappist brewery has launched with the delicious Tynt Meadow. Read the amazing story behind it here.
We’ll be working with BeerBods to help build the UK’s leading retailer of craft beer.