Pub Of The Week - Cadgwith Cove Inn

Pilsner Urquell Brew Off: JUDGEMENT DAY

Tuesday 15 July was the date. The White Horse was the location. The judging of the Pilsner Urquell Brew Off was the occasion. It was time to find out the verdict of Another Fine Mash

The I Love Good Beer Cornish Road Trip: St Austell Brewery

After chatting to Roger Ryman, it would have been rude not to take a tour of the St Austell brewery and to taste the array of brews

An Interview With Dan Fox Of London Brewing Co.

We caught up with Dan Fox of London Brewing Co. to find out more about the exciting new Bohemia brewpub in North Finchley

The I Love Good Beer Cornish Road Trip: An Interview With Roger Ryman

For the third stop of our Cornish road trip we paid our friend Roger Ryman of St Austell a visit, discussing his brewing history, the everlasting appeal of Tribute and more

The I Love Good Beer Cornish Road Trip: Lizard Ales

The second stop of the trip took us off the beaten track and to a brewery housed in a concrete bunker

The I Love Good Beer Cornish Road Trip: Cornish Chough

For the first stop of our Cornish road trip we visited the most southerly brewery in the UK mainland

Brains Team To Cycle Cask Beer 150 Miles

The Welsh brewery Brains has organised 15 members of their team to cycle a cask of their current seasonal ale, Le Peloton, 150 miles from Cardiff to Bala

Belgian PM Offers Obama World Cup Beer Bet

Elio Di Rupo sent a tweeted Obama that he bets "some great Belgian beers" that Belgium squad should make it to the quarter final stage

Summer Brew Fest (Part II)

In Part Deux of our Summer Brew Fest report, Charlie gives us the lowdown of the beers that she tasted

Summer Brew Fest (Part I)

Paddy went along on the Friday to chat to a few of the brewers and to sample some of their creations

Thwaites Brewery Is On The Move

Thwaites has confirmed that a deal has been agreed for a site in Mellor Brook, set at the foot of the picturesque Ribble Valley

Why Does My Pint Taste Funky?

We take a look at some of the maintenance problems that can be encountered that prevents a beer from being served at optimum condition

Crafternoon Tea At Whyte & Brown

Just when you thought that London had it all covered when it came to food, Whyte & Brown have come up with another barnstorming innovation, niftily named as ‘Crafternoon Tea’

Canterbury Student Pub & Bar Guide 2014

Recent Canterbury graduate Hannah Stanton-Warren passes on her knowledge of the best pubs for any prospective students to visit
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