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Building up a dream range

Variety can spice up a beer list, say brewers The boom in craft beer and the resurgence of ale has left publicans facing an almost dizzying number of options …

Craft beer boom likely to continue

The continued growth of the UK craft beer market will lead to deals being struck between key players in the year ahead, writes Adam Hardie of Johnston …

Craft beer fest rising again

CRAFT Beer Rising will return to Glasgow this September, bringing the festival to the city for the second year running. The event will take place at Drygate …

Craft boom is good for foreign beers

THE ‘craft beer revolution’ of recent times has been well-documented, but has consumer demand for a variety of styles and flavours had any impact on the …

Old brewery hops to it

A BREWERY that’s claimed to be the oldest in the world will head for Inverness later this year to take part in the North Hop craft beer festival. Bavarian …

Is cask flavour of the month?

Category continues to attract new drinkers, brewers say BEER has been big in the on-trade in recent years; and while much of the focus has undoubtedly been on …

IPA heads over the Irish sea

Craft brewer launches third beer in Scottish trade IRISH craft brewer Franciscan Well has boosted its presence in the Scottish on-trade with the launch of its …

Big bottle Alhambra stays put

SPANISH craft beer Alhambra Reserva 1925 will continue to be available in a 75cl corked bottle format. World beer importer Morgenrot confirmed the 75cl bottle …

Pubs are missing potential of cask

Report says craft beer is an opportunity for cask ale as well By Graeme Murray DESPITE the overlap of the cask ale and craft beer categories, the trade is …

Bottled beers offer top chance for bars

Format helps operators to stress provenance of their product range THE explosion of craft beer has meant that many bars are now offering products with a clear …

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