Support is still needed to help boost the British beer industry, according to the British Beer and Pub Association, with total sales down 2.4% in the past 12 months.
Dan Fox lays out the factors conspiring against the continued rise of craft beer, and how brewers can minimise the threat to their brand.
We round up some of the most interesting craft beer releases announced in recent weeks, including a pair of breakfast-themed brews and an homage to Game of Thrones.
One of the UK’s many young craft breweries has launched its first kegged offering in the form of a German-style Pilsner as it embarks on an ambitious expansion drive.
The number of beer-related trademarks being registered in the UK has jumped by 12% in the last year alone, evidence of the seemingly unstoppable rise of craft beer.
Cities on the West Coast of the US really are the country’s biggest craft beer lovers, according to a new report.
A mischievous brewery worker named Biscuit stamped “Tom Brady Sux” on 20,000 cans of beer in reference to the “deflate-gate” scandal surrounding the US footballer.
Trying new beers in half-pint measures rather than the typical full pint is now the preferred way for British drinkers, signalling a move away from high-volume consumption.
Caledonian Brewery is preparing to release a Rugby World Cup brew ahead of the competition that kicks off in September.
The British craft beer boom continues apace, as a report finds that a new brewery is opening in the UK roughly every two days.
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