• Buza1

    Dubrovnik is dominated by its wall - but find a Buza, and you're outside...

  • Weka1

    Part one of travel week - amongst the birds and oystermen of Stewart Island/Rakiura

  • KernelSukeQuto1

    To celebrate UK Coffee Week, here are some of the best home-grown coffee beers...

  • CarbonSmith1

    Legal kitchen homebrewing? How Carbon Smith Brewing could change the game

  • FBB3

    It's been a year since the Forth Bridge Brewery launched their share scheme. Why? And do their numbers add up?

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Global Bars – Part 2, Buza (I and II)

Global Bars – Part 2, Buza (I and II)

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Apr 16, 2014
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‘NO Topless, NO Nudist’ says the graffiti, fading but still visibly painted on the back wall of a tightly-curving passage. It seems as if it is there to deter the boys playing kickabout in the small square from craning their necks to the corner to have a peep. But they know there’s nothing interesting to […]

Global Bars, Part 1 – Cocktails with the Oystermen

Global Bars, Part 1 – Cocktails with the Oystermen

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Apr 15, 2014
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Tucked away, like an afterthought, at the very bottom of New Zealand’s two main islands is a third; a small triangle of land butting out from the rounded base of the South Island like a tiny pectoral fin. The Maori believe it to be the anchor of their lands – literally – as it held […]

Global Bars; a travel special

Global Bars; a travel special

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Apr 14, 2014
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A fresh-faced wharf rat, 2004 Before I somehow fell into writing about beer, back in the day, more than anything else I wanted to be a travel writer. Well; more than anything else I wanted to be Hal and Roger Hunt’s third brother, partaking in their animal-chasing Adventures in exotic places.* I used to pore […]

Edinburgh Beer Weekly 14/04/ – 20/04

Edinburgh Beer Weekly 14/04/ – 20/04

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Apr 13, 2014
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Welcome to the latest Edinburgh Beer Weekly! Every Sunday we’ll be posting a preview of all the beery happenings in the city for the next seven days – so you won’t miss a thing. You can sign up to our subscription service, ensuring you’ll get a notification every Sunday when the Edinburgh Beer Weekly is […]

Coffee beers for UK Coffee Week

Coffee beers for UK Coffee Week

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Apr 11, 2014
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This week, amongst other things, is UK Coffee Week. Running until Sunday, it’s a celebration of all things jitterbean-related, and acts as a platform for Project Waterfall – a scheme, run in partnership with Water Aid, which aims to bring clean drinking water to some of the poorest coffee-growing regions of Africa. I only started […]

New Edinburgh Brewery – Carbon Smith Brewing

New Edinburgh Brewery – Carbon Smith Brewing

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Apr 9, 2014
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‘Look out for a massive black dog if my Dad gets there first. I’m talking HUGE dog’ reads the DM, as I’m checking Twitter, waiting for each half of Carbon Smith Brewing to arrive for a chat. Edinburgh’s newest brewery (since the last one), are based overlooking the Meadows – so a pint in Cloisters […]

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