There’s been an abundance of beautiful beer books recently. Here’s some of our favourites, plus a classic.
Oh Beautiful Beer
BEST FOR: Design geeks
This book started life on one of our favourite blogs: Oh Beautiful Beer. Harvey Shepard, a designer himself, curates the best beer labels he can find... yep, you can lose yourself for hours on the site. The book is subtitled The Evolution of Craft Beer & Design and charts the history of beer design up to some brand new favourites. Countryman Press.
Britain’s Beer Revolution
BEST FOR: Anyone really
This award-winning book is written by Roger Protz and Adrian Tierney- Jones and is a compelling look at the incredible changes in the UK brewing scene over the p
If you’re not already into craft beer then hopefully you’re thinking about it but may not know where to start, so if that’s the case then I’ve got a suggestion: start with Belgian beer as that’s exactly where my adventure began.
Father’s Day, 16th June 2019, is the special date in the calendar when we celebrate and give a nod to the Dads in our lives. It’s an excuse to spoil them with a little something to say thank you for being awesome. If you’re looking for inspiration for a craft beer -loving Dad, then check out our top 10 Father’s Day craft beer gifts.
If you find yourself reading this, it’s probably for one of two reasons. Either you’ve made the sound decision and invested in a Phillips PerfectDraft Machine and want to learn more about it; or it could be that you’re still on the fence and are asking yourself “Should I buy a PerfectDraft?”. Hopefully this nifty little guide will put your mind at ease and quell any doubts or concerns you have.
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.
Mashing in is the process that extracts all the fermentable sugars from the malt. It's one of the most important steps for all-grain brewing and here's how to do it.