Adrian Tierney-Jones

Adrian Tierney-Jones


Award-winning journalist and writer who specialises in beer, pubs, food and travel and how they all go together. He is the editor of 1001 Beers to Enjoy Before You Die and has written at least 10 other books on beer and pubs (as well as contributed to several others including World Beer (DK) and 1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die). He is an experienced speaker on beer, talking and tasting at a variety of events including the odd literary festival. He is also a long-standing beer judge in the UK, Belgium and Italy and chairman of judges for the World Beer Awards. Finally, he has crossed over onto the brewing floor and produced collaboration beers with Brains, Sharp’s, Otley and BrewDog.

People & Places

The world according to James Watt

BrewDog co-founder James Watt talks to Adrian Tierney-Jones about Captain Planet, ketchup and the North Atlantic.

Beer & Cider

Lagunitas’ Grant Caunter: Where’s the craft beer market going?

Where is the craft beer market is going? Adrian Tierney-Jones talks beer styles, low abv and new trends with Lagunitas' Grant Caunter.

Beer & Cider

IPA Tinder: How to match each customer with the right IPA

How can you match a customer with the right IPA style for them? Here's a guide.

Beer & Cider

The world according to Christian Townsley

The co-founder of craft forerunner North Bar in Leeds talks Spiderman, glass-collecting and the evolution of IPA with Adrian Tierney-JonesWile E Coyot

Beer & Cider

Milk stout: The beer style makes a comeback

Rich, sweet and intense, milk stouts are the polar opposite of IPAs.

Beer & Cider

The world according to Bruce Gray

<em>Bruce Gray, founder of the crafty <a href="http://www.smallbar.co.uk/">Small Bar</a> and <a href="http://www.lefthandedgiant.com/">Left Handed Gia

Beer & Cider

Cloudy with a chance of mangoes: the rise of New England IPA

Big, fruity and gluggable, New England IPA has come from nowhere to be one of the hottest beer styles on the taps.

Beer & Cider

Why 'no alcohol' could be the biggest beer trend since craft

At the start of this month, Adnams released a no-alcohol version of its best-selling pale ale Ghost Ship.

Beer & Cider

Milk stout: The beer style makes a comeback

Rich, sweet and intense, milk stouts are the polar opposite of IPAs.

Beer & Cider

The world according to Bruce Gray

<em>Bruce Gray, founder of the crafty <a href="http://www.smallbar.co.uk/">Small Bar</a> and <a href="http://www.lefthandedgiant.com/">Left Handed Gia

Beer & Cider

Cloudy with a chance of mangoes: the rise of New England IPA

Big, fruity and gluggable, New England IPA has come from nowhere to be one of the hottest beer styles on the taps.

Beer & Cider

Why 'no alcohol' could be the biggest beer trend since craft

At the start of this month, Adnams released a no-alcohol version of its best-selling pale ale Ghost Ship.

Beer & Cider

Adnams Ghost Ship – the low abv that tastes spookily like beer

Adnams Brewery has made a strong tilt at the growing alcohol-free/low-alcohol market with Ghost Ship Alcohol Free, a 0.5% version of its best-selling

Beer & Cider

Beer countries: The brews that embody their homelands

There isn’t really such a thing as terroir in beer, but that doesn’t stop brewers from capturing the essence of what their country is all about.

Beer & Cider

Adnams Ghost Ship – the low abv that tastes spookily like beer

Adnams Brewery has made a strong tilt at the growing alcohol-free/low-alcohol market with Ghost Ship Alcohol Free, a 0.5% version of its best-selling

Beer & Cider

Beer countries: The brews that embody their homelands

There isn’t really such a thing as terroir in beer, but that doesn’t stop brewers from capturing the essence of what their country is all about.