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Bedlam looks to six-fold capacity expansion

Bedlam Brewery has located a site for expansion and is poised to expand capacity six-fold following the appointment of former Dark Star managing director Paul Reed to oversee the Sussex firm’s expansion. READ MORE


Harvey’s experiences déjà vu, re-enters kegged beers

Harvey’s has unveiled the first keg beers to be produced at the Lewes, Sussex, brewery since flooding wrecked the kegging line in 2000. READ MORE


Hobgoblin creates Halloween cocktails. Ants, anyone?

Hobgoblin, the self-styled ‘unofficial’ beer of Halloween, has restyled its seasonal packaging to reassure customers that they know what they’re buying and has offered a treat of suitably odd cocktails – including ants frozen in ice cubes. READ MORE


Prior’s Well has new ownership, bottling ambitions

Prior’s Well Brewery is under new management – at a new site – following its takeover by former power station engineer Dave Vann. READ MORE


New Entrant: Bun Dubh Brewery, Tiree

The remote Hebridean island of Tiree now has its own brewery. READ MORE


For the record: Asahi UK arrives

The restructuring of the global brewing industry, namely AB InBev’s acquisition of SABMiller, has had ripple effects here in Britain. READ MORE


Ainsty Ales finds its own home

A cuckoo brewer has built his own nest after three years of building his Ainsty Ales brand brewing at other Yorkshire breweries. 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


BBPA wades in on shaping post-Brexit Britain

The British Beer & Pub Association has called for tariff-free trading with Europe and for overseas workers to have their rights protected in a post-Brexit Britain. READ MORE


Purity’s bold four-fold expansion plan

Purity Brewing Company is to quadruple its capacity and push out beyond its Midlands heartland. READ MORE


Burton Brewery put up for sale

One of the country’s longest-established and most respected microbreweries is up for sale. READ MORE


Interview: Jonathan Neame, chief executive, Shepherd Neame

Brewhouse investments, favourable financials and a firm belief that beer is once again Britain’s drink of choice all have Shepherd Neame head Jonathan Neame in a bullish mood. READ MORE


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