Craft beers with underlying flavours of exotic, tropical fruit are becoming more and more popular amongst beer drinkers.
Andwell Brewing Company, based near Hook in Hampshire, is a micro-brewery making real ales, IPAs and lagers.
Summer is fast approaching, which means there is no better time than now for perfecting your beer palette. But what do we even mean by that and more importantly where do you even begin? Well, when it comes to trying out new ale beers, often the easiest way to start is by looking at your current favourite and from there, picking out some subtleties of the flavour. Looking at the colour of the ale beer can be a great general indicator of the flavour, the beer brewing process and also the history behind it too.
The list of recognised beer categories seems to be growing every day. If the more obscure classics such as salty-sour goses and herbal fruits weren’t enough to bewilder beer newcomers, newly invented styles including India pale lagers and Black IPAs only continue to add to the confusion. However, if you go to the bar and just say the words “All I want is a beer” when looking at an overcrowded menu at your local pub, hopefully learning about these six beer styles will ensure you never freeze up in terror when placing your next beer order.
As one of our longer established producers, Hepworth and Company, is an exciting brand producing high quality beers from locally sourced Sussex ingredients, such as organic barley from the Goodwood Estate...
Have you heard of many beer brands that began life as a home brew from a simple garage? Langham Brewery is just that and it’s a huge part of the charm in this exciting craft microbrewery venture realised by two good friends - James Berrow and...
Who would have known that a shared learning experience at Birmingham University’s School of Malting and Brewing in 1983, would be the catalyst for the creation of Firebird Brewing Company thirty years later!