Bottled Beers

  • Vegetarian Craft Beer and Food

    With it being National Vegetarian Awareness Week we’ve put together some recipes that combine both vegetarian craft beer and food! National Vegetarian Week 2018 runs from 14th-20th May and it’s all about eating delightful and exciting veggie food.
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  • A Craft Beer for the Royal Wedding

    Royal fans with a taste for British craft beer will be able to celebrate Prince Harry and fiancée Meghan Markle's wedding day with a special pale ale brewed in Windsor.
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  • St. George’s Day: A Focus on English Craft Ale

    St. George’s Day falls next week on the 23rd April and it’s a day to embrace all things England. Look out for our ‘Forever England’ crate which can offer you a brew with the fire of a dragon and a little taste of England.
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  • Same great beer, less gluten

    Traditionally, beer is made with malt, hops, yeast and water. Malt contains gluten, which is found in cereal grains like barley and wheat. Small quantities of gluten from these cereal grains can trigger an autoimmune response in people who suffer from Celiac Disease
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  • Graduation Gift Etiquette

    A level results day is Thursday 17th August 2017, and university graduations continue in to the coming months! For some that means finding the perfect gift for the students in our lives.
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  • Easy to carry beery summer-essentials. Because not everyone has a wheelbarrow!

    The season of open-air concerts, camping, BBQ’s and festivals is upon us. Plans to spend long weekends in a field soaking up the atmosphere and sunshine (If you’re lucky), listening to music and watching live bands or socialising at BBQ’s with friends means you will already be thinking about what you need to take along with you.
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  • There's nothing 'little' about Little Ox Brewery

    Setting up a brewery is always going to be a tricky job – choosing recipes, designing imagery, finding premises etc. It can also be a lengthy process, growing steadily from home brewing to your first proper kit. I’ve known some brewers take at least a couple of years to get established, so the achievement of Ian Hemingway is pretty astonishing.
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  • Pygmy goats, a new British beer and Hornes Brewery

    To men of a certain age, boys’ toys can be things like fast cars, speed boats or race horses. For Ryan Hornes, it’s all about the beer and making his dream come true after 20 years in the construction industry. Literally 30 feet from his kitchen door he’s created a small, but perfectly formed brewery.
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  • 5 Reasons You Should Never Buy British Beer.

    We spend a great deal of our time pioneering the ethos that British beer is brilliant. The genuine love we have for our beer (shown by the amount we drink ourselves) means that sometimes we're so busy revelling in the rise of the British brewer, we don't hear the naysayers.
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  • Spotlight Brewery: The Brew Foundation

    The Brew Foundation is a father and son team obsessed with creating the most drinkable beers on the planet. What started as an idea (after many years researching) soon became a reality when the opportunity to cuckoo brew out of a great existing microbrewery in Wincle.
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