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…

Matters of taste – nothing tribal about Two Tribes

Although they have only been on the London scene for two years, the history of this…

A Matter of Taste – The Bright Idea Celebrates Five Years

It all began back in 2014 (or thereabouts) when Patrick Mulligan had a bright idea. His…

A Matter of Taste – A Touch of Belgium in East London

Solvay Society is no ordinary brewery. Take the name for instance. It comes from the physics…

Matters of Taste – Small Beer, Big Flavour!

One day in a pub, where all good ideas originate, after a pint or two, Felix…

Matters of Taste – Windsor & Eton – A Right Royal Welcome

There can be no better way to come into Windsor than by boat along the Thames…

Matters of taste – Signalling a change

Most breweries change direction to accommodate the market but maybe none so more than Signal. Unless…