Brewing

The crown jewels

The crown jewels

Roger Protz celebrates the proud tradition of the Kronenbourg brewery The cab driver nodded to the right and then to the left: "Over there are the...

Brewing heritage

Brewing heritage

Kronenbourg's premium beer, 1664, commemorates the date when a cooper named Jerome Hatt first brewed in Strasbourg. He based his small brewery in the...

Beer

Beer

Brewers have realised that things have to change for beer It's as if the British brewing industry has suddenly woken up and smelt the hops. In a bid...

Band of

Band of

golds Everyone likes winning. Yet for those brewers ­ many of them micros ­ that won an award at the Great British Beer Festival, the joy of...

Ten years on

Ten years on

The All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group has more than proved its value. How did we manage before asks Andrew Pring? The best institutions seem to have...

Hop of the class

Hop of the class

The newly-launched Beer Academy aims to educate the pub trade on all there is to know about brews and brewing. Ben McFarland reports.As hordes of...

Cameron's Lion King

Cameron's Lion King

Mark Stretton meets David Soley, who last year merged Cameron's and Castle Eden to safeguard the art of brewing in the North East.I wanted to talk...

The Wells wishers

The Wells wishers

From championing St George's Day to promoting Banana Bread Beer, Charles Wells is a busy brewer. By Mark Stretton.Charles Wells is not your average...

No place like home

No place like home

Global consolidation in the beer market has led to an increase in brands being brewed under licence, but is the beer the same? By Ben McFarland.The...