All hail the IBC ales

14 November, 2008

The rest of the best - tasting notes and judges remarks for the remainder

of the top 50 winners of the International Beer Challenge 200

The British are coming

14 November, 2008

When it comes to beer, the stuff brewed on these shores still pushes the quality boundaries in the International Beer Challenge.

Jeff Evans report

Five -minute focus

05 September, 2008

James Coyle, sales director for off-trade, on-trade and export, Marston's

Declaration of independence

04 September, 2008

From radical marketing to controversial brewing methods, Nigel Huddleston talks to the microbrewers with a difference who refuse to sell out

Posters from Fuller's Organic Honey Dew beer are now appearing in and around London at major railway stations and, for the first time, Underground stations.

Eastern promise

11 July, 2008

With the prospects for Polish beer looking good, Jeff Evans checks out the major breweries

Eastern promise

11 July, 2008

With the prospects for Polish beer looking good, Jeff Evans checks out the major breweries

Eastern promise

11 July, 2008

With the prospects for Polish beer looking good, Jeff Evans checks out the major breweries

The Chiswick brewer is showing its faith in the bottle-conditioned beer market by resurrecting Gale's Prize Old Ale. Jeff Evans reveals how its relaunch reflects the growing trend for premium lines

Sudden impact

16 May, 2008

Beer labels need to hit the sweet spot to gain the attention of customers. Nigel Huddleston reports

Inbev's new leader, Stuart MacFarlane, tells OLN about his dream role, fudged figures and how Stella Artois will rise again.

Imports of importance

18 April, 2008

World beers are becoming more popular as consumers open their minds to new possibilities, Graham Holter discovers

Plunge into the Abyss

08 February, 2008

With an International Beer Challenge win and a listing among Playboy's top 10 beers to its name, Oregon brewery Deschutes is in high demand.

Ben McFarland gets his nose into an elusive snifte

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