By Josh Smith – 9th July 2015
Most homebrewers will probably admit to being obsessive about equipment. Even as someone who brews small (10-15l) batches, I’ve found myself searching for the perfect piece of kit that will make my brew day better, quicker or more efficient…
By Per Steinar – 8th May 2015
When we started the blog over two and half years ago we mainly wanted to declare our newfound love for beer and learn more about this delectable beverage, but we also had a list of things we wanted to achieve…
By Josh Smith – 30th April 2015
Mother Kelly’s bar opened in 2014 and seemed to get it all right. Most recently, the team behind the bar opened a bottle shop in Hackney, taking that attention to detail into a retail space.
By Per Steinar – 2nd April 2015
Mikkel Borg Bjergsø – a name that will make a lot of beer fans perk up and some of them wet themselves a bit with excitement. As the main man behind Mikkeller he’s built an empire, featuring several bars all over the world, a fantastically successful beer festival and an impressive catalogue of the most [...]
By Per Steinar – 12th December 2014
There are so many brew-with-ease solutions out there. We trialled one of them, the Germany based brewbarrel. Could this thing ever produce actual drinkable beer?
By Josh Smith – 5th December 2014
Black IPA as a style is a tough one to fathom. On paper, it seems like an ungodly balance between two things that shouldn’t really mix. Many even argue over what should a true Black IPA be…
By Per Steinar – 20th November 2014
What’s Brewing is the latest new shiny beer festival to grace us with its presence. This one in the town of Stavanger, Norway. These guys really went for it, with an amazing line-up. We travelled across the sea to check it out.
By Per Steinar – 28th October 2014
Having impressed beer drinkers from near and far in the previous years, the Indy Man Beer Con was out to do it again. And we were thirsty to be there. We took a train up for the early Saturday session to drink, chat and soak it all in.
By Per Steinar – 30th September 2014
Every year Cantillon brews a special lambic beer to be released all over the world, exactly at the same time. It’s become a global event that’s got beer fans hooked. We went along to Kernel to sample this year’s brew.
By Josh Smith – 27th September 2014
Whether it’s food, art or music, beer always adds another dimension of fun when mixed in with other creative mediums. We went along to two very different events that shared art and beer as bedfellows.