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Bringing a bit of imagination and energy to the way you serve beers needn’t be time-consuming or expensive. Ben McFarland pulls in a few top tips from different bars around the world
Fancy yourself a molecular magician, an ace of the atomiser, a smoke-infusions superstar? Then join the Asahi Molecular Masters 2011 and show your colours
Susanna Forbes, founder of DrinkBritain.com tours the country's best drinks producers
Leeds-based craft beer importer tries a bit of DIY
Sharp's brewery receive massive cash injection from parent company Molson Coors
Just because most lousy beers tend to be lagers doesn’t mean all lagers are lousy. Or even foreign. Ben McFarland calls in a panel of experts to put the offerings from the growing number of British microbrewers to the test
Will Beckett heads to the biker-metal-‘n’-goth institution, the Intrepid Fox, and rounds up a hardcore, tattooed panel to taste hardcore, high-strength beers. And yes, he is wearing a cardigan…
Brewing your own beer can be an excellent way to create something unique and give your outlet an instant edge over the competition. So get with the BIY, says Ben McFarland
Following a hard day at the Sommeliers v Bartenders challenge, some of London’s finest liquid luminaries converged on Bumpkin for an enlightening evening of matching British beer with food
The UK's first vintage beer list is at Michelin-starred Quilon in London.
It’s time to reconsider the traditional pint measure for beer. Almost any other glassware is a better bet,as Ben McFarland explains
Will Beckett dons his beret, clicks the safety catch off his tinnies, and barges into two very different American outlets to put six US beers to the test
Vertical Drinks has secured a small batch of Sierra Nevada’s limited-release Hoptimum IPA.
Japan's number one beer now has its own bar in the Royal Albert Hall.