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Pop Up Beerd

After a long walk yesterday, a train out to Shirehampton followed Blaise Castle, Sea Mills and the walk up the gorge, we found ourselves in Clifton hungry and thirsty. 301 more words


Moor beer!

Well this is exciting news!

Moor beer are moving to Bristol and have some ambitious sounding plans for their new location.


These guys make great beer and strike a lovely balance between making solid, traditional ales and some exciting, wackier creations. 18 more words


Four Nations of Beer: Epilogue

In June, I decided to write about the beer culture in four countries based on my visits to four very different events. The resulting posts (starring the… 1,121 more words


#EBBC14 - What Did We Learn?

No time to read yesterday’s 1800-word long read? Forgotten what it said anyway? Here are some rapid-fire highlights from EBBC14 in Dublin. DAKKA DAKKA DAKKA! 365 more words


The Vineyard, Rochester

The Vineyard, Maidstone Road, Rochester. 2014

The Vineyard, 1937 decorated to mark the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.


Bristol Heritage Taverns Trail

Hurrah! After several months (also read pints) of research, editing and exploring the history of Bristol’s pubs we’ve finally produced our first map.

Working with a team from Bristol CAMRA I helped to select, research and edit a number of the historic pubs and inns found in around Bristol’s city centre and harbourside. 79 more words


Trebles all-round as the Claret is named pub of the year

The Claret on Lower Addiscombe Road has been named as Croydon’s Pub of the Year by the local branch of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale. 487 more words