11-Jul-2014 - Beer from oak casks pull trade from as far away as Hull to the Junction, in West Yorkshire, as Roger Protz discovers.
25-Jun-2014 - Robert Wicks at Westerham Brewery is keeping old traditions and species alive thanks to his passion for all things local. Roger Protz reports.
13-Jun-2014 - Such has been Colin Keatley’s success that there are now three Fat Cat pubs in Norwich, all shrines to the city’s long-lost breweries.
29-May-2014 - Hogs Back chairman Rupert Thompson goes back in time to protect the future of the brewery’s beers. Roger Protz joins him on the journey.
20-May-2014 - Sour beer may still be anathema to some brewers, but Elgood’s is breaking with tradition, reports Roger Protz.
06-May-2014 - Roger Protz reports on how the organisers of a ground-breaking celebration of beer and pubs could inspire other cities to stage similar events.
22-Apr-2014 - Roger Protz says we should all be inspired by the battle to save a much-loved pub in West Yorkshire.
08-Apr-2014 - Roger Protz on how retiring Budweiser Budvar UK PR man Denis Cox has fought tirelessly to plug the Budvar brand and protect it from the Americans.
20-Mar-2014 - Despite the closure of the Vaux brewery in 1999, a small team of former employees have been working to bring the brews back to life.
25-Feb-2014 - Kronenbourg's recent ad ban highlights the issue of ‘misleading’ provenance claims, argues Roger Protz.
11-Feb-2014 - The worldwide success of Trooper ale, allied to the expanded capacity of its new brewhouse, has allowed Robinsons to quadruple exports and boost investment across its pub estate. Roger Protz discovers more.
23-Jan-2014 - Roger Protz reports on how a significant figure on the pubs and brewing scene is thinking big and aiming high after being appointed chairman of West Berkshire Brewery.
03-Dec-2013 - Petra Wetzel has achieved jaw-dropping success with the German-style WEST brewery in Glasgow, and there is even more to come, as Roger Protz discovers.
15-Nov-2013 - Our brewers’ performance at the Brussels Beer Challenge demonstrated why we need to open up foreign markets and boost exports, says Roger Protz.
07-Nov-2013 - The architecturally stunning Nicholson’s pub estate — part of Mitchells & Butlers — launched its third beer festival of the year in mid-October, showing an ever-increasing dedication to cask, reports Roger Protz.
15-Oct-2013 - The National Brewery Heritage Trust has been set up to support the work of the National Brewery Centre and protect the historic Bass archives, making them more readily available for research and study, as Roger Protz discovers.
04-Oct-2013 - Surrey’s Hogs Back brewery is expanding production facilities and going from strength to strength. Roger Protz discovers more.
06-Sep-2013 - Visit Britain is missing a trick — and letting down an industry — by failing to tell overseas visitors about the wealth of welcoming pubs and breweries to be found in all corners of the UK, argues Roger Protz.
07-Aug-2013 - Roger Protz explains why peace is brewing after Mitchell’s of Lancaster took ownership of York Brewery.
19-Jul-2013 - Roger Protz looks at the implications of yet another brewer cutting the strength of one of its iconic brews
08-Jul-2013 - Roger Protz explores how the revived Truman's brewery will make use of the National Collection of Yeast Cultures to launch its new beers.
24-Jun-2013 - Roger Protz explores how MD Ian Rogers and his team at Randalls Brewery in Guernsey have helped transform its fortunes with an impressive brewhouse on the seafront.
07-Jun-2013 - The revival of Lacons in Great Yarmouth highlights East Anglia’s flourishing regional ale scene, writes Roger Protz.
24-May-2013 - How the brewery that started life in a south London lock-up is selling shedloads of beer and growing at a breathless pace. Roger Protz discovers the full story.
13-May-2013 - Tessa Blunden held her wedding reception in the Ivy House in Nunhead, south London, and the Victorian pub was dear to her heart. When the young solicitor heard last year that Enterprise Inns planned to close the Ivy House and sell it to a property developer she was outraged and found many other customers shared her anger. Roger Protz discovers the full story.
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