Landing in London: two airlines will offer more than 200 craft beers from the US at a special pop-up pub

Airlines to host American-themed craft pop-up

By Emily Hawkins

A pop-up pub showcasing hundreds of US craft beers will open this month in the latest marketing ploy by two airlines to attract UK tourists to cross The Pond.

On draught: Hobgoblin IPA is now on tap

In association with Hobgoblin

We’re yet to reach peak IPA

By Nicholas Robinson

The India Pale Ale – or IPA – segment of the beer category is multifaceted, filled with excitement and is ripe for exploration. But what’s so interesting about IPA and, more importantly, what can the style bring to the bar?

City outskirts: the venue is located in the south Manchester suburb of Chorlton (image credit: Adam Bruderer)

Marble Brewery sells its Beerhouse

By Nikkie Sutton

Manchester-based brewer Marble Beers has today announced the sale of its Beerhouse in Chorlton for an undisclosed sum (Friday 27 July).

Crafty? Frontier moves to premium lager message

In association with Fuller’s

Fuller’s moves Frontier away from ‘craft’

By Nicholas Robinson

It is odd, these days, to hear of a brewer that is keen to shift the definition of its brand away from the turbulent ‘craft’ moniker and into another. But this is, surprisingly, the case for one brewer and its five-year-old lager.

Now free-from: Stella has ditched gluten with its new variant

Stella Artois Gluten Free set to launch

By Nicholas Robinson

Beer giant AB InBev (ABI) is to launch a gluten-free variant of its Stella Artois lager to gain spend from the estimated 1.3m Brits living a gluten-free lifestyle.

Turnover squeeze: 26% of respondents who have seen their turnover fall over the past year blamed the beer tie

Beer tie blamed for squeeze on pub turnover


The beer tie has seen a surge in licensees naming it as the biggest factor negatively affecting their turnover over the past 12 months, according to data published in MCA’s Pub Market Report.