Siren Brew Co Tap Yard

Siren Opens Ten Line Tap Yard

Siren Craft Brew are set to officially launch a new Tap Yard at their brewery on Friday 15th December Berkshire-based Siren Craft Brew are set to officially launch a new Tap Yard at their brewery in Finchampstead. The ten-line, 50sqm, 100-person Tap Yard will open to the public officially on Friday 15th December and feature ten dedicated lines. Siren’s Tap Yard, is based at Marino Way, Finchampstead, Berkshire and will open from 12-8 on Friday and 12-7 Saturdays pouring the freshest Siren beers all year round. Tap Yard fridges will house every Siren beer including every new collaborations with the likes... read more

Dartmoor Brewery Staff

Dartmoor Brewery launches on-line shop

Dartmoor Brewery has launched a new online shop to cater for the Christmas shopping rush The new online shop has been launched in response to demand from craft ale fans across the country, who have discovered Dartmoor Brewery ales as the Devon brewery increasingly markets its craft ales to a national audience. Dartmoor Brewery branded gifts, clothing and merchandise head up the product list, with the famous Jail Ale brand featuring on many of the products. Richard Smith, Managing Director of Dartmoor Brewery, commented: “Our ales have always had a strong following in the South West, and we are now extending our... read more

CAMRA pub of the year

CAMRA names Pub of the Year finalists

CAMRA names their best four pubs in the country The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has named the best four pubs in the country as part of its Pub of the Year competition. Weavers Real Ale House, Kidderminster This micropub is deceptively spacious inside, with bench seating along the sides, plenty of tables and a conversational atmosphere. Light and airy, the walls display pictures of old Kidderminster and beer memorabilia. It serves eight beers, four ciders and a perry on handpump. Cobs are always available. Just a short walk from the railway station, this is a convenient stop-off for a pint... read more

Cask Report 2017-18

The Cask Report 2017/18

Drinking real ale is good for the economy: it’s official Trips to coffee shop or restaurant chains are one thing. But visits to the pub for a glass of real ale with its British ingredients are quite another in terms of helping boost the local and national economy. Every pint ordered gives a lift to the nation’s booming brewing industry, and helps to create jobs and keep local pubs open. So says the newly published Cask Report. It shows that each job in brewing generates 18 jobs in pubs, one in agriculture, one in the supply chain and one in shops. At... read more