It seemed only a matter of time before Brewdog released an alcohol-free version of it’s flagship beer, Punk IPA, but they’ve taken their time in getting it right before release.
Not long after cancelling Brewdog’s Fanzine subscription last year, an excellent introductory offer from Beer52 caught my eye. With a batch of interesting craft beer from the Balkans and a great price of just £8 using a code, I decided to go for it. The website and service are simple to understand. The options are […]
I am glad that the craft beer revolutionTM has reached my new manor, as there’s a specialist beer store in the town of Oxted, Surrey. Handily situated several long paces from the station, Hop Stop help to fulfil services previously rendered by Clapton Craft in Finsbury Park, London. It’s a great looking shop, with a […]
Earlier this year, I returned to Stoke Newington Literary festival for another discussion about beer and books. The event was called ‘Original Gravity Live’. For those less familiar with obscure beer language than me, ‘Original Gravity’ is a brewing term and is used to figure out the final strength of the beer being made. It’s […]
It was with great pleasure that I joined beer writers GH Hurel and Arezki Yaïche from Top of the Hops to attend the first day of Salon de l’Agriculture in Paris. The largest agricultural event in the world, the Salon has over 22,000 different products to view, taste or buy which are produced in France. […]