• BeerHead2

    AB-InBev are the world's largest collection of breweries - but they have set their sights much higher...

  • telegraph2

    These days entirely new breweries appear without warning - but why?

  • latrappe2

    Not all brewery tours are like Cantillon - and that should not be a problem at all...

  • BeerHead2

    For lager marketers, what's the most important thing? What happens when you wait for your beer, it seems

  • figurehead2

    Although the BeerCast won't be changing, other things certainly will...

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What are AB-InBev up to?

What are AB-InBev up to?

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Nov 16, 2016
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CNBC reported yesterday that AB-InBev are peering from the mud at far greater fish with their narrowed eyes. In a move way over the scale of anything that causes craft beer fans to dilute their sours with tears, it seems AB-InBev would very much like to take control of Coca Cola. Now this is exactly […]

Do Keep Up

Do Keep Up

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Nov 2, 2016
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The rise of craft beer into the public consciousness – whether you believe in the phrase or consider it meaningless – has spawned a proliferation from individual breweries of the like I’m not sure we’ve seen before in recent memory. One of the lesser-discussed consequences (if that’s the word) of the beery wave we are […]

Smoke, mirrors and Trappist beer

Smoke, mirrors and Trappist beer

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Sep 20, 2016
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It is because of Cantillon. The ultimate in brewery tourism, Brasserie Cantillon in Brussels is everything a brewery should be – one visit and you’ll remember it for the rest of your life – even more so if it’s the first time you tried Lambic. Cantillon is easy to get to, being a fairly short […]

‘Visual Drama’: the pomposity of the serve

‘Visual Drama’: the pomposity of the serve

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Jun 16, 2016
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Well, the short answer is because it’s the quickest fix on the depth chart. If Molson Coors want to help the head of Cobra last a little longer, maybe they could alter the grain bill and add a little more wheat than they already do. That takes money, although you can’t imagine fluid dynamicists come […]

Keith Brewery – moving on from Brewmeister

Keith Brewery – moving on from Brewmeister

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May 9, 2016
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Whereas the upcoming future is on recapturing the domestic market, for Keith Brewery the current focus is somewhere else indeed – and this is the other side of that coin of their move away from Brewmeister. The content on the old Brewmeister web page no longer exists, but the url re-directs to the homepage for […]

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