As we approach 12th April, I wanted to spend a little bit of time assembling a handy guide to all the brewery/taprooms reopening soon. I for one, can’t keep track on all the different social channels so here’s all the good stuff in one place, including, opening dates, hours and any other cool stuff you […]
Raise a glass to International Women’s Day – 8th March!
A guide to all things beer related happening on International Women’s Day!
Beer Lovers Gift Guide
Unsure what to get the beer lover in your life?
Or fancy treating yourself because 2020 is an absolute shit show?
Either way, I’ve got your back.
Drink Craft to Help Out
The UK Government’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme launches tomorrow (3rd August) and many of our favourite indie breweries will be omitted, so I want to use my little platform to give our craft beer community a boost. EVERY DAY that the Government scheme is running I’ll buy someone a beer e.g […]
Support local – Warwickshire edition
A roundup of places in Warwickshire that you can invest in right now if you want to get a pretty awesome beer fix during lockdown.
Goose Island BCS 2019 Launch
Tomorrow (Friday 29th Nov) is the official launch of Goose Island’s 2019 Bourbon County Stout (BCS). Get down to the Goose Island Brewpub in Shoreditch from 8.30am and secure your bottle because dannnnng this version is tasty AF. I was lucky enough to attend the exclusive preview on Wednesday and I couldn’t get enough of […]
Let the beer advent-ure begin
If you’re on the hunt for a beer advent calendar but aren’t sure which one to choose, I’ve created a handy guide below so you don’t miss out on that all important 1st December beer.
My beer-filled PechaKucha talk
New York – 5 Highlights
A summary of 5 places that I absolutely loved on my last two visits to NY.
Countdown to Craft Beer Rising
Hands up if you have tickets for this year’s Craft Beer Rising? I can’t put my hands up because I’m typing but I will be definitely be there after missing the last few. So if you’re going on Thursday evening then you might see me, so please do say “hi”.