August, 2015

All female brewery set to Woo the Scottish brewery market

A new Scottish microbrewery is putting a modern twist on traditional brewing by using its scientific knowledge of microbiology to create modern hop strains, alongside state-of-the-art equipment. WooHa Brewing Company, which is based in Nairn, was officially established in 2014 and went to market in April 2015, after head brewer and owner of the brewery, […]

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Big businesses book out British Beer Festival

N A sea of swanky bars, makeshift beaches and immersive cocktail experiences, it’s refreshing to see that London firms are sick of trendy gimmicks, flocking instead to west London to celebrate the simple joys of a British pint. Next week, Kensington Olympia plays host to the Great British Beer Fest­ival, and real ale campaigners Camra […]

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Punch sells £50m-worth of pubs to retail specialist

By M&C Report , 03-Aug-2015 Punch Taverns is in talks to sell the 150-strong package of pubs it placed on the market earlier this year to NewRiver Retail, which specialises in the food and value sector according to the Sunday Times.  

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Robinsons make history at the BBI Awards

Robinsons Brewery are raising a bottle of their award-winning ale after a record breaking result at the prestigious British Bottlers Institute awards.   TROOPER, Dizzy Blonde and Steam Lager all brought home the gold with Robinsons’ legendary Old Tom and 9 Hop IPA scooping the sliver. The results mark the first time in the history of the BBI awards that […]

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One month left to enter the Guild of Beer Writers’ Annual Awards

With one month to go until the closing date for the Guild of Beer Writers’ Annual Awards on Friday 4 September, writers, bloggers, broadcasters, webmasters and others who communicate about beer and pubs are urged to enter. This year’s awards come with a total prize fund of £10,500 to be shared between the winners and […]

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