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BREAKING: Beavertown sells minority stake to Heineken

Speculation about a possible investment by Heineken in London craft brewer Beavertown is now fact: Beavertown founder Logan Plant today announced that the Dutch brewer has taken a £40 million minority stake in his brewing business. READ MORE


Wells, Fourpure extend keg beer collaboration

Charles Wells has taken its Wandering Brewer project into a new phase, teaming up with London craft brewer Fourpure for a series of keg beers. READ MORE


Freedom Brewery steps up in £3.5m marketing push

Freedom Brewery has raised £3.5 million to fuel a sales and marketing drive for its core range of lagers. READ MORE


Stroud plans £1.2 million brewery, tap room

Stroud Brewery has unveiled details of its new £1.2 million purpose-built brewery and tap room, set to be up and running by the end of November. READ MORE


Beavertown partners with Spurs amidst Heineken rumours

Beavertown’s building of a brewery and taproom in the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium has fuelled speculation that it is in talks with Heineken, the Premier League club’s official beer partner, to take a substantial stake in the craft brewer. READ MORE


Tuckers to shut down floor malting business

One of the country’s last four surviving floor maltings is to close in October after 118 years of operation. READ MORE


CAMRA chief executive Page exits organisation

The chief executive position at the Campaign for Real Ale will remain vacant following the departure of Tim Page while the organisation’s national executive decides on “the best route to take.” READ MORE


Skinny Brands goes into draught, embraces aluminium bottles

Skinny Brands is launching its low-calorie lager on draught. Brewed under licence at Cameron’s, it will be available in the Hartlepool brewer’s pubs from the end of May. READ MORE


Tetley’s returns to Leeds in brewing collaboration

Tetley’s is being brewed in Leeds again for the first time since the brewery closed in 2011 - but this time it’s a beer from 150 years ago. READ MORE



History in the making: Hook Norton brews its first lager

Nearly 170 years after it was founded, Hook Norton Brewery has brewed its first lager. READ MORE


Report: industry could do better interesting female drinkers in beer

Brewers must step up to the challenge of addressing the beer gender gap, according to a new report from women and beer group Dea Latis. READ MORE


INTERVIEW: Tim Page, chief executive, CAMRA

In the wake of an oh-so-close defeat by CAMRA members of a proposal to embrace all beer styles, The Brewery Manual’s Phil Mellows spoke with chief executive Tim Page as to what happens now for the organisation. READ MORE



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