‘hung Out To Dry’ British Brewers Fearing For Their Futures

Many breweries don't have licences to can or bottle beer and so don't have the option to fall back on deliveries

 

The Top 10 British Breweries, Named Among The Best In The World By Ratebeer 

The craft beer movement has seen increasingly discerning British drinkers turn away from generic, mass-produced beers and lagers – and their quest for better quality brews has revived Britain&rs

 
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Sexy, Expensive, Intriguing: How Bottle Design Can Make Or Break A Drinks Brand

While many gin and whisky drinkers might talk passionately about botanicals, terroir and oak-barrel ageing, there's another reason why many more of us are choosing a particular spirit over another:

 

‘it’s Hard To Explain The Magic Involved In Making Beer’: Meet Jane Kershaw, Brewer Of The Year

It’s first light on a bitterly cold winter’s morning and Jane Kershaw is beaming over what appears to be a giant vat of porridge.

 

‘it’s Hard To Explain The Magic Involved In Making Beer’: Meet Jane Kershaw, Brewer Of The Year

It’s first light on a bitterly cold winter’s morning and Jane Kershaw is beaming over what appears to be a giant vat of porridge.

 

The Hidden Secrets Of Northern Ireland’s Other Capital

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Think You Don’t Like Whisky? These Top Bottles For Burns Night Might Change Your Mind

‘I don’t really like whisky,” is a complaint we hear all too often, especially around Burns Night, which falls this coming Saturday.

 

The Best Low- And No-alcohol Beers For Dry January? We Ask Motorists To Test-drive The Latest Range

Whether you’ve given up alcohol for Dry January or are just aiming to cut down, recent additions to the no- and ultra-low-alcohol beer movement are certainly something to get behind in 2020.

 
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Tea Drinkers Live A Year And A Half Longer   

Tea drinkers live longer, with the biggest boost linked to green variants, a major study has found.

 

Bobby Neame, Scion Of A Brewing Dynasty Who Helped The Family Firm Survive Testing Times In The Industry – Obituary

Bobby Neame, who has died aged 85, was chairman of the Kent-based brewer Shepherd Neame during a period of radical change in the beer industry and pub trade.

 
 
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