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Carlsberg radically rethinks its standard lager

Carlsberg Pilsner is being dry-hopped for the first time as part of a radical recipe change that aims to steer the brand out of a declining standard lager market. READ MORE


INTERVIEW: Fuller’s chief executive Simon Emeny 

In the days following the sale of their beer business to Asahi Breweries for £250 million, Fuller’s chief executive Simon Emeny was interviewed by The Brewery Manual regarding the rationale for the transaction that caught virtually everyone in the industry by surprise. READ MORE


INTERVIEW: Dark Star MD James Cuthbertson 

Managing director James Cuthbertson has spoken exclusively to The Brewery Manual about his confidence in the future of Dark Star Brewing Co following the takeover of parent company Fuller’s by Japanese giant Asahi.READ MORE


Woodforde’s makes most of Norwich City football sponsorship

Some 20,000 Norwich City FC fans scored a free beer at a recent home game thanks to sponsor Woodforde’s Brewery. READ MORE


Heatwave summer triggers Robinson’s craft keg launch

A sharp dip in cask ale sales during last summer’s heatwave has prompted Stockport-based brewer Frederic Robinson to accelerate the introduction of a portfolio of craft keg beers. READ MORE


Ascot Brewing seeks new home, ponders expansion 

Horse racing-themed Ascot Brewing Company is in the hunt for a new home after quadrupling revenues and raising £316,000 on Crowdcube. READ MORE


Vaux reborn: fabled brand returns to Sunderland 

Exactly two decades after the Sunderland brewery closed, the Vaux name is set to return to beer taps. READ MORE


Arkell’s Brewery experiments with canned beer

Swindon-based family brewer Arkell’s has canned its first beer since 2015. READ MORE


Hogs Back keg launches target growth niches

Hogs Back Brewery is entering the keg market in a purposeful fashion, launching a trio of beers with each targeting a fast-growing sector of consumer demand. READ MORE


CAMRA latest: 14 pub closures a week

The Campaign for Real Ale has reiterated its call for a reduction in duty for beer sold in pubs with its finding that on average 14 pubs closed a week over the last six months of 2018. READ MORE


Asahi looks to Fuller’s for beer styles, growth potential 

Asahi Europe is looking to expand into new categories with its acquisition of Fuller’s brewing assets, namely an introduction to cask ale and ciders. READ MORE


Fuller’s to sell beer business to Asahi Europe 

Fuller’s has surprised the industry this morning, announcing that it has reached an agreement to sell its beer business to Asahi Europe Ltd for £250 million. READ MORE



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