Great British Beer

Graham Trott (L) receives his award

Alton's Pride is Champion Beer of Britain

By Ewan Turney

Triple fff's Alton's Pride has been crowned Champion Beer of Britain at the Campaign for Real Ale's Great British Beer Festival. Alton's Pride is...

Protz: Craft brewing is booming

Music to the taste buds

By Roger Protz

Graham Trott's musically-themed brews are part of a major craft-brewing revolution, says MA beer expert Roger Protz.

GBBF: Moving on up

GBBF: Moving on up

As a publication we can be somewhat critical and questioning of trade associations and industry bodies if they are perceived to be failing in their...

Beer nirvana

Beer nirvana

Camra's 30th birthday celebrations are among highlights at this year's Great British Beer Festival. Adrian Tierney-Jones reports Forget high-season...

GBBF hits 30

GBBF hits 30

The Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) is celebrating its 30th birthday this year. The event, which this year will see the trade session sponsored by...

Record numbers for beer festival

Record numbers for beer festival

By Iain O'Neil

The 2006 Great British Beer Festival has been hailed as a tremendous success by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). NEW COMMENT

Beer festival's eye-catching start

Beer festival's eye-catching start

CAMRA's Great British Beer Festival is due to start with an eye-catching parade of traditional trade vehicles this morning. The parade will include...

CAMRA festival ads go down the tube

CAMRA festival ads go down the tube

By Iain O'Neil

CAMRA has said it is disappointed London Underground has axed a series of spoof tube adverts for next month's Great British Beer Festival. The ads,...

Beer lovers gear up for biggest festival yet

Beer lovers gear up for biggest festival yet

By Iain O'Neil

CAMRA's says this year's Great British Beer Festival will be the biggest one yet. The festival, from August 1 to 5, will move from its previous home...

Battle

Battle

of the beers Once again Britain's finest will enter the arena at Olympia for the Great British Beer Festival 2003. Who will take the crown this year?...