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When it comes to serving beer, Americans are not afraid of tearing up the rule book. From yeast bars to hop infusers and ‘flux capacitators’ to beer ‘n’ bike shops, Ben McFarland profiles the innovators
Beer revolution in the UK with new lovers of cask ale
More breweries in the UK than anywhere else, and top pubs and help schemes
No lager, no food, no bar… and no bigger than your living room. Alice Whitehead looks at the rise of the micropub to find out why these half-pint sized venues are making a big noise
With 200 beers, its own brewery and a pub, restaurant and beer hall, Drygate in Glasgow is a first for the UK. Susanna Forbes heads to the city’s East End to check out all the shiny things
'More round for your pound' says new PoundPub
Burger chain launches own-brand lager in a can, in association with Camden Town Brewery
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At a time when pubs are closing at a terrifying rate, Bath Ales has opened three venues in the last year.
Byron introduces seven new boutique beers to its restaurants
Great Taste at The Cadogan puts beer on the menu
Harvey Nichols to launch Chapel Down's latest wines
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