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Fermentation Beer & Brewing Show - February 2018

The February edition of the UK’s only regular beer and brewing show on FM radio will air on Sunday 25 February at 3pm. It’s a packed show, highlighting some of the very best aspects of the contemporary beer and brewing scene. 255 more words


The old pubs of Tullamore: can you name them all since 1968? And the Copper Pot Still (McGinn’s) is your opportunity to get stuck in. Cosney Molloy

First shot or First draft of the story!

The Copper Pot Still is one of the finest of the old pubs in Tullamore and has been connected with brewing since the 1800s when a brewery was operated at the back of the existing pub by the Deverell family. 2,328 more words

Local History

Ancient Brewing: Beer Before Hops

This year, the herb world celebrates hops as ‘Herb of the Year’, designated by the International Herb Association. Although hops offer myriad uses, we know it best for its role in brewing beer. 1,004 more words


An Ode To The Humble Plum

Well, it’s been another incredibly busy week! The weather – always a mixed blessing in Tasmania – has gone from the height of summer to feeling like an early autumn in a few short days. 465 more words

Urban Farming

Photos from brewing the "Neck Tat that says Evil" black IPA

Michael Dawson created this recipe and published it in his book “The Mashmaker“. It can also be found online here.

The black color comes from cold-steeping dehusked roasted grains. 213 more words


A beer shared.

Not quite shared this time but generously provided by my friend Celine. This was a German beer from Dusseldorf called Uerige Alt. This was a lovely Dark beer light but surprisingly tasty a very pleasant beer. 30 more words