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Founded in 2005, Howard Town Brewery produces award winning cask ales which can be regularly found in pubs throughout Derbyshire, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester. Our 6 regular beers and seasonal specials can also be found further afield thanks to a network of wholesalers
Current brands include; Hayman's Gins ,The Bitter Truth Bitters and Liqueurs, El Dorado Rums, Gosling's Rums, Abelha Organic Cachaca, Einstok Craft Beers and Jeffersons 'Very Small Batch' Bourbon.
Our only product is Manchester Union Lager.
We brew using methods unique to the UK and we do it with a Mancunian swagger.
Manchester changed the course of the world by the sheer force of the union of its people through wisdom and effort.
Manchester Union Brewery reflects this through the knowledge and industry adopted in everything we do and everything we strive to be.
Our unique brewing method creates a bold silky mouthfeel with a touch of caramel sweetness followed swiftly with a hugely refreshing, dry and bitter finish from the central European hops.
100% Manc and proud.
XT is an innovative, independent brewery crafting a wide range of beers - Our XT beers form the core range of characterful, full flavoured brews and our wild side: Animal pushes the boundaries with new and exciting, challenging one off experimental beers. The brewery is on the beautiful Notley Farm in the village of Long Crendon, on the Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire border near Oxford. Created by Russ Taylor and Gareth Xifaras in 2011,we brew all our own real ales for cask, keg, cans and bottles.
Craft House is a multitap craft beer bar & bottle shop located right in the center of Prague. We are offering 27 taps with excellent craft beers and ciders both from the Czech Republic and from all over the world. We also offer a separate Imperial Bar with very strong beers like Double IPA’s, Russian Imperial Stouts and Quadruples and much more for your need to get the best beer options.
Brewery & Distillery Teerenpel combines brewing and distillation in an efficient and effective way.
Teerenpeli has started to produce beer in 1995, expanding into distillery in 2002. Our principles have been from the beginning to be genuine raw materials used in manufacturing, pure taste experiences and the promotion of Finnish drinking culture.
Our selection of beers is rich in multi-threaded as well as product names. We manufacture base and surface yeast oils such as Lucky Pike Lager, Whirlwind Porter or Fly Fruit Wheat Beer.
Our distillery products are distilled from Finnish barley malt using a genuine pancake method. In seasoning ciders we have focused on Finnish berries such as lingonberries and blueberries.
Brewery & Distillery Teerenpel has visited the thousands of enthusiasts of the industry over the years to hear about the production and drinking of beverages.
Aldaris" radās 1865. gadā, un kopš tā laika esam saglabājuši gan savu vēsturisko vietu, gan brūvēšanas tradīcija
AS “Aldaris” ir tradīcijām bagāta alus darītava ar senu vēsturi, kas aizsākās jau 1865. gadā.
Uzņēmums ir daļa no Carlsberg Grupas, kas ir viens no lielākajiem alus ražotājiem pasaulē.
"Aldara" produktu klāstu veido vairāk nekā 40 dzērieni – alus, dzeramais ūdens, dažādi alkoholiskie un bezalkoholiskie dzērieni.
A night without drinking is like, well, a morning! Here is a calendar that will satisfy your thirst for beer throughout the entire year! Full color images paired with witty tag lines show our appreciation for this much admired beverage, and also reminds us what may happen if we celebrate just a little too much. All in good fun, of course. So raise a glass and toast America's favorite beverage, but keep in mind that drinking may cause memory loss, or worse, memory loss. The large format calendar includes large daily grids; six bonus months of July through December 2018; moon phases; U.S. and international holidays. Printed on sturdy, high-quality stock
With the craft "hard cider" market growing rapidly, it's clear that drinkers are embracing this refreshing alternative to beer. World's Best Ciders taps into that trend, presenting more than 500 ciders from both artisan makers and global brands. Featuring in-depth explanations and tasting notes, it reveals all you need to know about the cider-making process, producers, and breweries across the globe. Recipes for cider-based dishes complete this phenomenal guide.
Obviously, the only way to find out was to on the biggest pub crawl ever. Drinking in more than three hundred bars, in twenty-seven towns, in thirteen different countries, on four different continents, Pete puts on a stone in weight and does irrecoverable damage to his health in the pursuit of saloon-bar enlightenment.
Weaving travel writing and historical research with assured comedy, 'Hops and Glory' is both a rollicking, raucous history of the Raj and an entertaining, groundbreaking experiment to recreate the finest beer ever brewed.
WINNER OF THE DRINK BOOK AWARD AT THE FORTNUM & MASON FOOD AND DRINK AWARDS 2017.
Pete Brown has visited hundreds of pubs across the UK and is uniquely placed to write about pubs that ooze atmosphere, whatever the reason, be it food, people, architecture, location or decor. The best pubs are those that always have a steady trade at any time on any day of the week, and where chat flows back and forth across the bar. They're the places where you want to drink weak beer so you can have several pints and stay longer. Some are grand Victorian palaces, others ancient inns with stunning views across the hills. Some are ale shrines, others gastropubs (though they probably don’t call themselves that any more). A precious few are uniquely eccentric, the kinds of places that are just as likely to have terrible reviews on Trip Advisor as great ones, because some people don't realize that the outside toilets, limp sandwiches on the bar and really disturbing full-size mannequin glaring at you from the corner are all part of the charm.
This charming collection of 300 pubs explores what makes each one ooze atmosphere, be it food, people, architecture, location or décor, and looks at the quirks of local history as well as different trends and types of pub. Full of pen portraits of punters or publicans, legends, yarns and myths, this entertaining book is the perfect gift for regulars of that well-loved British institution, the pub.
A history of Britain told through the story of one very special pub, from "The Beer Drinker's Bill Bryson" (Times Literary Supplement)
Welcome to the George Inn near London Bridge; a cosy, wood-paneled, galleried coaching house a few minutes' walk from the Thames. Grab yourself a pint, listen to the chatter of the locals and lean back, resting your head against the wall. And then consider this: who else has rested their head against that wall, over the last six hundred years?
Chaucer and his fellow pilgrims almost certainly drank in the George on their way out of London to Canterbury. It's fair to say that Shakespeare popped in from the nearby Globe for a pint, and we know that Dickens certainly did. Mail carriers changed their horses here, before heading to all four corners of Britain―while sailors drank here before visiting all four corners of the world.
The pub, as Pete Brown points out, is the 'primordial cell of British life' and in the George he has found the perfect example. All life is here, from murderers, highwaymen, and ladies of the night to gossiping peddlers and hard-working clerks. So sit back with Shakespeare's Pub and watch as buildings rise and fall over the centuries, and 'the beer drinker's Bill Bryson' (UK's Times Literary Supplement) takes us on an entertaining tour through six centuries of history, through the stories of everyone that ever drank in one pub.
The Guardian’s "Best Books on Drink” Pick
Most people know that wine is created by fermenting pressed grape juice and cider by pressing apples. But although it’s the most popular alcoholic drink on the planet, few people know what beer is made of. In lively and witty fashion, Miracle Brew dives into traditional beer’s four natural ingredients: malted barley, hops, yeast, and water, each of which has an incredible story to tell.
From the Lambic breweries of Belgium, where beer is fermented with wild yeasts drawn down from the air around the brewery, to the aquifers below Burton-on-Trent, where the brewing water is rumored to contain life-giving qualities, Miracle Brew tells the full story behind the amazing role each of these fantastic four―a grass, a weed, a fungus, and water―has to play. Celebrated U.K. beer writer Pete Brown travels from the surreal madness of drink-sodden hop-blessings in the Czech Republic to Bamberg in the heart of Bavaria, where malt smoked over an open flame creates beer that tastes like liquid bacon. He explores the origins of fermentation, the lost age of hallucinogenic gruit beers, and the evolution of modern hop varieties that now challenge wine grapes in the extent to which they are discussed and revered.
Along the way, readers will meet and drink with a cast of characters who reveal the magic of beer and celebrate the joy of drinking it. And almost without noticing we’ll learn the naked truth about the world’s greatest beverage.
There is an increasing demand for information on the best craft beers around the world, and how best to pair it with food. Look no further: this is your essential guide to knowing everything you need to know about craft beer; how to make it, the different styles and how to match it with food.
When a recipe calls for 'beer' do you have the first clue of what you should add? When was the last time you read a recipe that really specified a beer style, or even suggested a few different brands from the bewildering array on the shelves? Good news, this book does all that and more.
In The Beer Kitchen award-winning beer expert Melissa Cole has combined two of her greatest passions: great brews and delicious food. Sharing over 70 incredible recipes Melissa expertly guides you through the gustatory pleasure of cooking with beer and what to drink with your creations. Starting with the 'science bits' you will discover the importance of taste and flavor, how to assess beer and pair to perfection. Then dive into the recipes, which include everything from delicious dips, flatbreads and pickles to show-off roasts, classic pies and inventive desserts. Feast on the exquisite Beer-brined Pork Chops with Blue Cheese Polenta or perhaps prepare the perfect Beer-Poached Chicken for Sunday lunch. For mid-week meals, for when you want something hearty but healthy, then dish up the creamy Celeriac Croquettes with Hefeweizen Sauce or the lighter but extremely tasty Warm Kale & Nduja Salad or, for ultimate indulgence, tuck into the Quick Chocolate Pots with Kriek-Soaked Cranberries.
With thorough advice on beer-types and flavor notes to beer and cheese pairing plus a helpful guide to tools and equipment and store cupboard essentials, The Beer Kitchen is a new, scientific and exciting approach to food that will change the way you cook and what you drink with it.
'Yes, it's good. It's great. But we're British, and we don't have to bang on about it all the time.'
In Britain, we have always had an awkward relationship with food. We've been told for so long that we are terrible cooks and yet according to a 2012 YouGov survey, our traditional food and drink are more important than the monarchy and at least as significant as our landscape and national monuments in defining a collective notion of who we are. Taking nine archetypically British dishes - Pie and Peas, A Cheese Sandwich, Fish and Chips, Spag Bol, Devonshire Cream Tea, Curry, The Full English, The Sunday Roast and a Crumble with Custard - and examining them in their perfect context, Pete Brown reveals just how fundamental food is to our sense of identity, perhaps even our sense of pride, and the ways in which we understand our place in the world.
Top Rope Brewing are a Liverpool based microbrewery. We focus on creating modern, bold flavored, vegan friendly beers in keg, cask and can. We currently serve the North West of England and North Wales through direct delivery and further afield through Eebria