Brewing

Reflections on 50 years of campaigning

CAMRA is releasing 10 more “behind the scenes” insights from key moments in its history, as the organisation continues celebrating its 50th anniversar...

Pubs and brewers urged to back cask beer

CAMRA is backing a brewing industry initiative promoting cask ale. Industry bodies are making a clarion call to pubs, bars, pubcos and breweries for t...

City's month-long pub festival

Missing beer festivals? Then why not head to Norwich for its pub festival. More than 100 pubs and breweries in and around the city will be part of a m...

Women On Tap returns

Beer and arts equality festival, Women On Tap, is preparing for its fifth year. Even last year’s lockdown couldn’t halt the event, which highlights th...

Waste beer powers homes

For many, one of the worst aspects of the lockdown for brewers, pubs and clubs was the sight of good beer being poured down the drain. But Hall and Wo...

New use for spent grain

US scientists have found a new way to treat brewer’s spent grain and use it to create new sources of protein. The researchers presented their results...

From pop-up bar to pub tenants

When Katy Appleby and Di Humphrey opened a pop-up pub in the middle of a global pandemic last July, people thought they were slightly unhinged. Little...

Glasgow pubs hit by reopening delay

Cask ale bought by Glasgow pubs in anticipation of lockdown rules being eased may have to be thrown away before the city’s pubs can open their doors f...

Lord mayor's special delivery

Drinkers at City of London pub, the Old Doctor Butler’s Head in Masons Avenue, were surprised by an unusual spectacle as they supped their first pint...

Brewer smashes investment target

Five Points Brewing Company, based in Hackney, East London, has reached its current crowdfunding target and is now overfunding as it seeks investment...


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