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Is beer or wine the better food partner? We put two of the country’s finest food matchers into the ring to find out. Susanna Forbes donned her referee’s outfit for this surprisingly close contest
British pubs might be fighting for survival, but the beer scene is alive and kicking. With ever more inventive brews leading to ever more exciting food matching ideas, Susanna Forbes talks to five brewers making waves here and across the pond
Slovenia is the latest country to attempt to conquer the British beer market.
The inaugural Urban Golf Asahi Bartender Golf League tees off next week.
An authentic German beer festival will showcase beer from the historic Bavarian Kaiserdom brewery
September means one thing – that it's time to wave goodbye to the frivolities of summer and get your thinking cap back on
Despite a lengthy beer heritage – including being the birthplace of pilsner lager – Eastern European brewers are currently suffering something of an identity crisis. Is it all down to the dumplings, wonders Nigel Huddlestone?
This Derbyshire brewer has released the fruits of its latest collaboration with an American craft brewer.
No more excuses about lack of space when it comes to your keg beer offering.
Clocking in at 55% abv, and with a price tag of £500 per 33cl bottle, The End of History is another deliberately sensational launch from BrewDog. And it's packaged in various taxidermied animals.
Belgian beer brand Stella Artois will be adding another product to its portfolio in the UK on-trade.
Glasgow brew-restaurant West is bottling its St Mungo lager for distribution in London and the south east of England.
Dutch Wink is a cask ale brewed by drinks writers Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham at Cropton Brewery in North Yorkshire.
A pike and a pint? Beer and fish matching is somewhat of a forgotten art, but Will Beckett says these two British staples were made for each other
Originally created in the days of the British Empire to keep the Raj’s ex-pats in beer, IPA is currently the world’s hottest beer style. Nigel Huddleston and a team of tasters brush the froth off their handlebar moustaches to discover what all the fuss is about