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We're proud to have featured again with This Morning, showcasing with the best advent calendars you can buy for Advent this year!
This week we launch the range of Salt Beer Factory beers on the site and what better way to introduce a new brewery to our beer hunters than to have a good 'ole fashioned interview with Nadir Zairi, Director of the Yorkshire based brewery in Saltaire.
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.
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