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Friday, October 22, 2021

Crafting a Fierce selection of beers

Catering to all tastes is at the heart of brewer’s capital bar

Capitalise on craft beer

The right line-up can offer something for everyone

Going back to where it all began

Innis & Gunn turns its focus to the beer which kickstarted the brewer’s brand

Hallowed be thy beer

Inspired by Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Iron Maiden’s Eddie dons a traditional Dia de los Muertos appearance on Trooper’s label throughout October and November

New beer blooms from eco-conscious brewer

Craft brewer Drygate has launched what’s said to be Europe’s first ‘reforestation’ beer

Brewer doesn’t hawd its Wheesht

Veteren Scottish brewery Harviestoun has launched what is said to be Scotland’s first alcohol-free dark ale

Island brewer in mainland move

Isle of Skye expands with acquisition of Black Wolf Brewery
The new Brooklyn Special Effects is being launched in the UK this month

An especially low-ABV lager

A “hoppy beer with a piney aroma and bitter finish” is what to expect when the 0.4% ABV Brooklyn Special Effects is launched in the UK this month
craft beers

One size does not fit all in craft

Operators should tailor their range to their customers
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Carving out a craft niche in the trade

Award-winning city brewpub has innovation at its heart. Jack Walsh reports
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