Beer

On the rise: Beer Adventures' app has recorded 8,000 check-ins to pubs, bars, breweries around the globe

Beer tourism app launches crowdfunding campaign

By James Beeson

Beer tourism software application Beer Adventures is to launch a crowdfunding campaign in a bid to raise up to £250,000 for development, new features and expanding its global team of staff.

On the up: St Peter's beer production capacity can now grow from 4m bottles to 16m a year

Alcohol-free beer producer ramps up production

By Nicholas Robinson

St Peter’s Brewery, maker of alcohol-free beer Without, has ramped up its production with the opening of a new bottling line just two years after inception.

Apples and pears: the two London festivals were very different affairs

London Craft Beer Festival v GBBF: which came out on top?

By James Beeson

Traditionally, the Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) is London’s showcase beer event. Held at the start of August each year, the festival features more than 1,000 beers, ciders and perries from all across the world, and proclaims to be Britain’s biggest...

Big spenders: Londoners among some of the world's top spenders on beer

Which cities globally spend the most on beer?

By Nicholas Robinson

London falls in second place when it comes to cities with the highest spend on beer, according to a new report that ranks how much consumers globally are splurging on the brew.

Prodigy: there are 578 master brewers globally, with Ross O’Hara the youngest to hold the qualification

Greene King man becomes the youngest master brewer

By James Beeson

Greene King’s new product development brewer Ross O’Hara has qualified as a master brewer from the Institute of Brewing and Distilling (IBD), making him the youngest to hold the title globally.

Industrial action: GMB members voted in favour of an overtime ban

Industrial action at ABI Budweiser brewery

By Nicholas Robinson

Workers at AB InBev’s (ABI) Lancashire Budweiser brewery have voted to take industrial action after claims a colleague was sacked after raising health concerns, but the move is not expected to affect supplies to pubs.