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  • How We Help Your Brewery Grow in 2017

    31 December 2016
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    With every new year comes the New Year resolution. If yours is to take your brewery to the next level, we’re here to help you stick to it.

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  • Bring Out the Big Gunns!

    30 November 2016
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    Anyone who loves beer has surely heard of Innis & Gunn, one of the UK’s largest craft breweries and an amazing brand. However, did you know that it all came about accidentally? (more…)

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  • Gluten Free Barley is on the Horizon

    24 October 2016
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    “Winter is coming.” For the fictional characters of Game of Thrones, this simple observation is the forebear of a revolution. A force to come from the north that will permanently change things for the better. For us back in the real world, it just means buying a new jumper and popping on the central heating… until now.

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  • Beer of the Month – Sour Beer

    15 September 2016
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    The beer of the hour is the sour. At a time when craft brewers and small cask ale producers are pushing the boundaries to escape run-of-the-mill offerings, it was inevitable that they’d begin to push backwards through time to an era when wild yeast strains led the flavour of sour brews astray. Now, the intentional replication of these wild conditions is a risky and highly specialised form of brewing, with many going where no brewer has gone before. This results in the creation of whole new taste sensation for beer lovers to enjoy. (more…)

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  • The Importance of the Pub

    25 August 2016
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    We could talk about the importance of the traditional British pub serving real ale to good people and ask you to trust in what we say. However, don’t just take our word for it; have a look at what these people, great and good, have to say on the subject.

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  • Top 5 Pubs in York

    15 August 2016
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    Shambles Tavern

    Since Roman Emperor Constantine the Great feasted and drank in York after he was crowned there two millennia ago, the city has been renowned for its conviviality and hospitality. This can be seen today in any one of the huge number of pubs old and new that line the streets of the historic city.

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  • East Yorkshire’s Top Five Foodie Pubs

    1 August 2016
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    Pipe and Glass Yorkshire

    From the seaside taverns of the North Sea coast to the old-fashioned walker’s pubs of the Wolds, we’re taking a look at the best watering holes that East Yorkshire has to offer. (more…)

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  • Hops in Beer Making

    29 July 2016
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    The proper use of hops in beer making is both a science and a fine art. This article isn’t a deconstruction of the science or a critique of the art, but a glorification of both. With a long history and a strong, characterful flavour, hops are at the heart of good ale, so let’s take a look at how it all works. (more…)

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  • Beer of the Month: India Pale Ale

    29 July 2016
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    The first of these Beer of the Month articles comes out in the height of the summer heat, so it seems ideal to begin with arguably the perfect ale for a hot day, the beautiful IPA. Here’s all you need to know about the enigmatic ale of the orient. (more…)

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  • Beer by the Beach at Yorkshire’s Seaside Pubs

    29 July 2016
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    Bay Hotel

    Think about English summers and what comes to mind? No doubt that seaside resorts and pub gardens are two of the main things. That’s why we’re taking you on a liquid tour of Yorkshire’s coast, stopping by a number of the pubs on the way to take in the best views and brews. (more…)

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