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Butcombe to add FVs, double capacity

Capacity at Butcombe Brewery is set to double with distribution moving off-site to make way for more fermenters. READ MORE


Harbour Brewing recruits Stuart Howe

Harbour Brewing has recruited former Sharps and Butcombe brewer Stuart Howe to take charge of its next phase of expansion and development. READ MORE


Marston’s rebrand targets ‘brewing mojo’ recapture

It’s all change at Marston’s. Underway are a radical updating of its portfolio’s branding, repositioning of Pedigree as a premium ale, and an emphasis on innovation with the firing up of a pilot brewery. READ MORE


Update: Carlsberg UK Northampton brewery resumes production

Brewing has recommenced today (23rd Nov) at Carlsberg UK’s Northampton site exactly two weeks after a gas leak tragically left one man dead and another critically ill. READ MORE


NEW ENTRANT: Republic of Liverpool mixes beer, politics

A beer called Northern Powerhouse… My A*se has launched an overtly political brand range from the new Republic of Liverpool Beer Company. READ MORE


Bedlam update: “500,000 votes of confidence”

Bedlam Brewery has smashed through its crowdfunding target and raised £500,000 to relocate and expand the business. READ MORE


Purple Moose enters keg beer market

North Wales brewer Purple Moose is venturing into keg for the first time with the launch of a range of ‘fun’ beers. READ MORE


Bellfield selected for gluten-free barley trials

Edinburgh microbrewer Bellfield Brewery has been chosen for the UK trials of the world’s first gluten-free barley. READ MORE


Loch Ness brand rescued, exports eyed

The award-winning Loch Ness beer brand has been rescued by a joint venture between Cairngorm Brewery and a local bakery. READ MORE


International Brigades commemorative beer boosts business

Sales of a beer brewed to commemorate the International Brigades who joined the fight against fascism in the Spanish Civil War are boosting business at a County Durham microbrewery. READ MORE


Tragedy at Carlsberg UK’s Northampton brewery

A man has died following a gas leak at Carlsberg UK’s Northampton brewery on Wednesday. Eleven workers and another 11 members of the emergency services were taken to hospital as a result of the incident. All but one, who is in a ‘serious’ condition, have now been released. READ MORE


Trademark registrations at record levels

As the number of breweries entering the Britain’s booming beer market has risen, so too has the number beer brands – and at a record pace, according to research from a leading London law firm. READ MORE


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