Matters of Taste – More Than Just beer

 It is often said that necessity is the mother of invention but one suspects that innovation…

Matters of Taste – German Kraft on the Rise

Youth is no barrier to establishing great breweries, or having great ambition; Felix Bollen and his…

Redemption: a decade with local fans

For most of us, 2020 has not gone to plan but that is doubly so for…

Welcome to the Blackhorse Beer Mile

I’m not sure when our pubs and brewery taps will be allowed to open again but…

Zombie extra wins CAMRA award!

It is not often that you can make this sort of statement but John Hatch, the…

A tale of two breweries

Timing is everything. No matter how committed, how good your business proposition and plans are, life…

Brewing at Brew Club – a personal journey

I had agreed to write this article for this edition of London Drinker before the coronavirus…

Utopian Brewing – a different approach to lager

Utopian Brewing may not be a name that is on every Londoner’s lips but there are…

Bottle Up Gorgeous

Although many London brewers have changed to canning their beers, a number of them are still…

Matters of Taste – Some thing worth waiting for …

The Goose Island Brewery, founded in Chicago in 1988, has been experimenting with aged beer. Combine…