Our Producers

 
Co-founded by our own Nick Trower; 10 Greek Street Restaurant’s Luke Wilson and Cam Emirali; and Mahrs Brau’s Stephan Michel,  Braybrooke  brews authentic German lagers in the English countryside on state-of-the-art equipment. German malts, hops and yeast are imported from Bamberg to recreate a variety of delicious, lager-style beers that are ideally suited to pairing with food.

Co-founded by our own Nick Trower; 10 Greek Street Restaurant’s Luke Wilson and Cam Emirali; and Mahrs Brau’s Stephan Michel, Braybrooke brews authentic German lagers in the English countryside on state-of-the-art equipment. German malts, hops and yeast are imported from Bamberg to recreate a variety of delicious, lager-style beers that are ideally suited to pairing with food.

One of the many jewels of Bamberg’s incredible beer culture,  Mahrs Bräu  was founded in 1670 and since 1883 has been operated by family of the current owner, Stephan Michel. The beautiful brewery has its own pub next door, serving impeccably balanced Franconian beers brewed with local ingredients. We’re proud to bring these exceptional Franconian beers to the UK.

One of the many jewels of Bamberg’s incredible beer culture, Mahrs Bräu was founded in 1670 and since 1883 has been operated by family of the current owner, Stephan Michel. The beautiful brewery has its own pub next door, serving impeccably balanced Franconian beers brewed with local ingredients. We’re proud to bring these exceptional Franconian beers to the UK.

Former cheesemonger Evin O’Riordain started  The Kernel  in 2009, when London’s fledgling craft beer scene was still geared towards cask session beer. His takes on American pale ales and historic London dark beers kick-started the city’s beer scene as we know it, and The Kernel’s delicious and ever-changing line-up of beers continues to inspire, ten years on. The Kernel is a brewer’s brewery.

Former cheesemonger Evin O’Riordain started The Kernel in 2009, when London’s fledgling craft beer scene was still geared towards cask session beer. His takes on American pale ales and historic London dark beers kick-started the city’s beer scene as we know it, and The Kernel’s delicious and ever-changing line-up of beers continues to inspire, ten years on. The Kernel is a brewer’s brewery.

The most consistently impressive farmhouse brewery in the UK,  Burning Sky  have in five years done more to evolve mixed fermentation beer in this country than anyone else. Mark Tranter and his team have an outstanding range of hoppy beers to rival any modern brewery, but are best known by industry insiders for their spectacular wood-aged saisons and blended, spontaneous beers.

The most consistently impressive farmhouse brewery in the UK, Burning Sky have in five years done more to evolve mixed fermentation beer in this country than anyone else. Mark Tranter and his team have an outstanding range of hoppy beers to rival any modern brewery, but are best known by industry insiders for their spectacular wood-aged saisons and blended, spontaneous beers.

The British beer scene was quickly set alight by the release of  Cloudwater’s  first beers just five years ago. Since then, Cloudwater has become a pioneering force for UK craft beer on the international stage, and has captured the public’s imagination with its considered, modern branding and hop-forward, seasonal beer portfolio. Some are for ‘All Season’, others are ‘One-Offs’ or collaborations.

The British beer scene was quickly set alight by the release of Cloudwater’s first beers just five years ago. Since then, Cloudwater has become a pioneering force for UK craft beer on the international stage, and has captured the public’s imagination with its considered, modern branding and hop-forward, seasonal beer portfolio. Some are for ‘All Season’, others are ‘One-Offs’ or collaborations.

One of the most highly sought-after breweries in the UK,  Verdant  are style-leaders for the hazy, juicy New England trend in IPAs. Expect tropical aromas, intense flavours and technicolour tallboy cans. Many of Verdant’s beers are high-profile collaborations with some of the world’s best breweries, and are often only available in very limited quantities. When they’re gone – they’re gone!

One of the most highly sought-after breweries in the UK, Verdant are style-leaders for the hazy, juicy New England trend in IPAs. Expect tropical aromas, intense flavours and technicolour tallboy cans. Many of Verdant’s beers are high-profile collaborations with some of the world’s best breweries, and are often only available in very limited quantities. When they’re gone – they’re gone!

Georg  Fuerst  and Lukasz  Wiacek  apprenticed at the likes of Beavertown, Half Acre (USA), Boneyard (USA) and Põhjala (Estonia) before starting their own brewing enterprise together. Rated as The Best New Brewery in Germany in 2017, they have taken the UK and European beer festival circuit by storm with their intensely juicy IPAs and fruited sours. Easily one of the most exciting new breweries in our portfolio.

Georg Fuerst and Lukasz Wiacek apprenticed at the likes of Beavertown, Half Acre (USA), Boneyard (USA) and Põhjala (Estonia) before starting their own brewing enterprise together. Rated as The Best New Brewery in Germany in 2017, they have taken the UK and European beer festival circuit by storm with their intensely juicy IPAs and fruited sours. Easily one of the most exciting new breweries in our portfolio.

This young Swedish brewery has a real style of its own – influenced by the wine background of their founders. Specialising in dry, delicate saisons and fruity sour ales,  Stockholm Brewing Co  produce some beautifully nuanced beers that are ideally suited for restaurants and food pairing. The brewers also use organic and local ingredients wherever possible, and age some of their beer in natural wine barrels.

This young Swedish brewery has a real style of its own – influenced by the wine background of their founders. Specialising in dry, delicate saisons and fruity sour ales, Stockholm Brewing Co produce some beautifully nuanced beers that are ideally suited for restaurants and food pairing. The brewers also use organic and local ingredients wherever possible, and age some of their beer in natural wine barrels.

Established in 2016 by partners Annie Clements and Alex Troncoso (former head of brewing at both Little Creatures and Camden Town Brewery),  Lost and Grounded  are inspired by German, precision-brewed lagers and quirky, Belgian ales. On a high-spec yet compact German brewkit, they produce one of the best lagers in the UK in the form of their crispy and peppery Keller Pils.

Established in 2016 by partners Annie Clements and Alex Troncoso (former head of brewing at both Little Creatures and Camden Town Brewery), Lost and Grounded are inspired by German, precision-brewed lagers and quirky, Belgian ales. On a high-spec yet compact German brewkit, they produce one of the best lagers in the UK in the form of their crispy and peppery Keller Pils.

Beavertown  has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the basement of Duke’s Brew & Que. Founded by Logan Plant in 2011, they now occupy a huge site in Tottenham with another ginormous expansion on the way. Gateway beers like Gamma Ray and Neck Oil continue to attract new drinkers every day, and the Tempus Project produces some of the most exciting wild and spontaneous beers in the UK.

Beavertown has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the basement of Duke’s Brew & Que. Founded by Logan Plant in 2011, they now occupy a huge site in Tottenham with another ginormous expansion on the way. Gateway beers like Gamma Ray and Neck Oil continue to attract new drinkers every day, and the Tempus Project produces some of the most exciting wild and spontaneous beers in the UK.

Starting out with a simple, delicious and sessionable core range,  Gipsy Hill  have gone on to juggle one of the most intense special beer release schedules in UK craft beer. Everything from big stouts, fruity sours, DIPAs, NEIPAs and more are made by a hardworking team at this ambitious brewery, and best of all they’ve kept that core range of brilliantly made session beers for everyone to enjoy.

Starting out with a simple, delicious and sessionable core range, Gipsy Hill have gone on to juggle one of the most intense special beer release schedules in UK craft beer. Everything from big stouts, fruity sours, DIPAs, NEIPAs and more are made by a hardworking team at this ambitious brewery, and best of all they’ve kept that core range of brilliantly made session beers for everyone to enjoy.

Striking a fine balance between accessible session beers and bolder, modern craft beers,  The Five Points  makes some of London’s most reliable beers in can, keg and cask. Their Pils, Pale and Railway Porter rank among the best in the country, in fact. They were also the first brewery to be an accredited Living Wage Employer, and all their electricity is from 100% renewable sources.

Striking a fine balance between accessible session beers and bolder, modern craft beers, The Five Points makes some of London’s most reliable beers in can, keg and cask. Their Pils, Pale and Railway Porter rank among the best in the country, in fact. They were also the first brewery to be an accredited Living Wage Employer, and all their electricity is from 100% renewable sources.

Born in Aberdeen in 2015,  Fierce Beer  have quickly racked up national and international acclaim with boldly-packaged beers with powerful flavours. As well as some juicy hop-forward beers, Fierce have a great line in cakey stouts and fruity sours too. Keep an eye out for their special collaboration series, and some exciting upcoming barrel-aged releases.

Born in Aberdeen in 2015, Fierce Beer have quickly racked up national and international acclaim with boldly-packaged beers with powerful flavours. As well as some juicy hop-forward beers, Fierce have a great line in cakey stouts and fruity sours too. Keep an eye out for their special collaboration series, and some exciting upcoming barrel-aged releases.

Like so many,  Pressure Drop  started small, with just three friends who enjoyed brewing beer. For Graham, Sam and Ben, this led them to making arguably London’s best-loved pale ale – the legendary Pale Fire – growing from a shed, to a railway arch, to a larger site in Tottenham. They continue to brew some of London’s best beers, and the gorgeous artwork now looks just as good on their new cans.

Like so many, Pressure Drop started small, with just three friends who enjoyed brewing beer. For Graham, Sam and Ben, this led them to making arguably London’s best-loved pale ale – the legendary Pale Fire – growing from a shed, to a railway arch, to a larger site in Tottenham. They continue to brew some of London’s best beers, and the gorgeous artwork now looks just as good on their new cans.

With a mission to brew great beer that is also good for the planet,  Good Things Brew Co  are already making a big impact. Aiming to be self-sufficient and taking every step necessary to decrease their environmental footprint, Good Things are the forerunners of green brewing, and have already won the SIBA 2019 Brewery Business of the Year and Green Business of the Year awards.

With a mission to brew great beer that is also good for the planet, Good Things Brew Co are already making a big impact. Aiming to be self-sufficient and taking every step necessary to decrease their environmental footprint, Good Things are the forerunners of green brewing, and have already won the SIBA 2019 Brewery Business of the Year and Green Business of the Year awards.

Mead is also benefiting from the growing interest in quality, handcrafted beverages, and  Gosnell’s  meads are our top picks. Easy-drinking, session-strength and finely balanced, with clearly defined flavours. Their meads make great alternatives to beer, cider or wine on any drinks menu.

Mead is also benefiting from the growing interest in quality, handcrafted beverages, and Gosnell’s meads are our top picks. Easy-drinking, session-strength and finely balanced, with clearly defined flavours. Their meads make great alternatives to beer, cider or wine on any drinks menu.

As well as naming itself after the neighbourhood they call home,  Brixton Brewery  take local inspiration for the names of their beers, like Atlantic, Reliance, Effra and Electric. Brixton specialise in snappy, hoppy, sessionable beers with crisp and colourful packaging, evoking the energetic and exciting place they call home. After big investment and a huge expansion, there’s a lot more to come from this family-run brewery.

As well as naming itself after the neighbourhood they call home, Brixton Brewery take local inspiration for the names of their beers, like Atlantic, Reliance, Effra and Electric. Brixton specialise in snappy, hoppy, sessionable beers with crisp and colourful packaging, evoking the energetic and exciting place they call home. After big investment and a huge expansion, there’s a lot more to come from this family-run brewery.

With so many UK brewers influenced by US craft beer, it’s refreshing to have those like  Orbit  with a more European inspiration. With an Altbier, Kolsch and Belgian Pale in their core range, and vinyl-inspired branding, Orbit are one of London’s most unique and satisfying breweries to follow. Their White Label Series and Digger’s Series shows off their experimental side, so don’t miss them.

With so many UK brewers influenced by US craft beer, it’s refreshing to have those like Orbit with a more European inspiration. With an Altbier, Kolsch and Belgian Pale in their core range, and vinyl-inspired branding, Orbit are one of London’s most unique and satisfying breweries to follow. Their White Label Series and Digger’s Series shows off their experimental side, so don’t miss them.

Since selling their first beers in 2012,  Brew By Numbers  has brewed hundreds of numerically-named beers, exploring beer styles from around the world and evolving into one of Bermondsey’s best-loved breweries. After simplifying their numbering system, they now concentrate on a core range of modern Saisons, Pale Ales and Session IPAs in cans, as well as experimental bottled Farmhouse releases involving barrel ageing and mixed fermentation.

Since selling their first beers in 2012, Brew By Numbers has brewed hundreds of numerically-named beers, exploring beer styles from around the world and evolving into one of Bermondsey’s best-loved breweries. After simplifying their numbering system, they now concentrate on a core range of modern Saisons, Pale Ales and Session IPAs in cans, as well as experimental bottled Farmhouse releases involving barrel ageing and mixed fermentation.

Born in the basement of The Cock Tavern,  Howling Hops  struck a brilliant balance between eccentric experimentation and reliably moreish pints. In 2015 they evolved, with a gorgeous (and the UK’s first-ever) Tank Bar attached to their brewery in Hackney Wick, serving ten beers fresh from tank. Their Pils, Pale Ales and IPAs are all consistently excellent, and are now available in cans.

Born in the basement of The Cock Tavern, Howling Hops struck a brilliant balance between eccentric experimentation and reliably moreish pints. In 2015 they evolved, with a gorgeous (and the UK’s first-ever) Tank Bar attached to their brewery in Hackney Wick, serving ten beers fresh from tank. Their Pils, Pale Ales and IPAs are all consistently excellent, and are now available in cans.

Like their north London contemporaries Pressure Drop,  Brick Brewery  began in a shed, but now has a lively taproom arch in Peckham and production brewery nearby in Deptford. As well as their fittingly solid Foundation Range of core beers, including Peckham Rye, Pils and Pale, they’ve also been regularly knocking out some delicious sour beers, with some inspired flavour combinations that are always worth trying.

Like their north London contemporaries Pressure Drop, Brick Brewery began in a shed, but now has a lively taproom arch in Peckham and production brewery nearby in Deptford. As well as their fittingly solid Foundation Range of core beers, including Peckham Rye, Pils and Pale, they’ve also been regularly knocking out some delicious sour beers, with some inspired flavour combinations that are always worth trying.

We love all things New Zealand at Biercraft, so having one of the best NZ breweries on board kind of goes without saying. However, it’s fair to say that  Yeastie Boys  have made themselves very much at home here now, with co-founder Stu McKinley living over here and having their recipes brewed in the UK. This keeps the beers fresh and allows for plenty of amazing collaborations with the UK’s best breweries.

We love all things New Zealand at Biercraft, so having one of the best NZ breweries on board kind of goes without saying. However, it’s fair to say that Yeastie Boys have made themselves very much at home here now, with co-founder Stu McKinley living over here and having their recipes brewed in the UK. This keeps the beers fresh and allows for plenty of amazing collaborations with the UK’s best breweries.

A former chef, Andy Smith also brewed at Redemption Brewing before setting up  Partizan  in 2012. The food influences are clear, and the Bermondsey brewery is famous for its use of fruit, herbs and spices in its delicious Saisons. Partizan also has some of the most recognisable branding in beer, thanks to Alec Doherty’s utterly individual and quirky designs.

A former chef, Andy Smith also brewed at Redemption Brewing before setting up Partizan in 2012. The food influences are clear, and the Bermondsey brewery is famous for its use of fruit, herbs and spices in its delicious Saisons. Partizan also has some of the most recognisable branding in beer, thanks to Alec Doherty’s utterly individual and quirky designs.

Founded in 2014 by American ex-pats Todd and Tom,  Mondo  brew their beers in Battersea, and have put the area on the map for beer lovers with a great taproom on-site. A recent rebrand hints at some exciting new packaging for their beers, but the likes of ALL CAPS American Pils and Dennis Hopp’r IPA are tasting as great as ever.

Founded in 2014 by American ex-pats Todd and Tom, Mondo brew their beers in Battersea, and have put the area on the map for beer lovers with a great taproom on-site. A recent rebrand hints at some exciting new packaging for their beers, but the likes of ALL CAPS American Pils and Dennis Hopp’r IPA are tasting as great as ever.

A pioneer in Italy’s craft beer culture since 2005,  Birra del Borgo  has distinctively Italian takes on classic beer styles. Cortigiana is their golden Saison – light, sweet, spritzy and ideal for pairing with food. ReAle, their most famous beer, is inspired by British IPAs, with a rich body and bitterness, with an aroma boosted by American hops.

A pioneer in Italy’s craft beer culture since 2005, Birra del Borgo has distinctively Italian takes on classic beer styles. Cortigiana is their golden Saison – light, sweet, spritzy and ideal for pairing with food. ReAle, their most famous beer, is inspired by British IPAs, with a rich body and bitterness, with an aroma boosted by American hops.

Starting with a mission to revolutionise beer at live music events, east London’s  Signature  have produced more beer collaborations with bands than, well, anyone. Mastodon, alt-J, Mogwai, Frank Turner, Rodney P and Enter Shikari are just a handful of the artists they’ve worked with. Their core beers, including Roadie All Night IPA, Backstage IPA and Studio Lager are also all music-inspired.

Starting with a mission to revolutionise beer at live music events, east London’s Signature have produced more beer collaborations with bands than, well, anyone. Mastodon, alt-J, Mogwai, Frank Turner, Rodney P and Enter Shikari are just a handful of the artists they’ve worked with. Their core beers, including Roadie All Night IPA, Backstage IPA and Studio Lager are also all music-inspired.

Since 2011,  Redchurch  has grown from a single railway arch in Bethnal Green to a 30bbl brewery in Harlow. They’ve kept many of their East London themed beers, including Hoxton Stout, Paradise Pale and Bethnal Pale Ale.

Since 2011, Redchurch has grown from a single railway arch in Bethnal Green to a 30bbl brewery in Harlow. They’ve kept many of their East London themed beers, including Hoxton Stout, Paradise Pale and Bethnal Pale Ale.

Brewing low-strength beers with a focus on quality and sustainability,  Small Beer Brew Co  produce a Lager, Dark Lager and Steam Beer on a state-of-the-art brewkit. These are full-flavoured beers, designed to taste just as good as their bigger, stronger contemporaries. As for sustainability, some breweries need up to 10 pints of water per pint brewed – but Small Beer use just 1.5, and all their energy is from renewable sources.

Brewing low-strength beers with a focus on quality and sustainability, Small Beer Brew Co produce a Lager, Dark Lager and Steam Beer on a state-of-the-art brewkit. These are full-flavoured beers, designed to taste just as good as their bigger, stronger contemporaries. As for sustainability, some breweries need up to 10 pints of water per pint brewed – but Small Beer use just 1.5, and all their energy is from renewable sources.

It's taken Biercraft a long time to find an alcohol-free beer that we could fully get behind, but we’ve finally found one!  Lucky Saint  is an unpasteurised, unfiltered lager brewed at a 500-year-old traditional Bavarian brewery. The alcohol is removed without affecting the beer’s flavour, and it’s cold stored for six weeks like a proper lager. A quality, delicious lager that just happens to be alcohol-free.

It's taken Biercraft a long time to find an alcohol-free beer that we could fully get behind, but we’ve finally found one! Lucky Saint is an unpasteurised, unfiltered lager brewed at a 500-year-old traditional Bavarian brewery. The alcohol is removed without affecting the beer’s flavour, and it’s cold stored for six weeks like a proper lager. A quality, delicious lager that just happens to be alcohol-free.

Brewing in Walthamstow since 2012,  Wild Card’s  brewing team is led by Jaega Wise, who has an enviable background in Chemical Engineering. The brewery’s core range of IPA, Pale and Lager is now in striking-looking cans, and they also release one-off specials including Double IPAs, Berliner Weisses and more!

Brewing in Walthamstow since 2012, Wild Card’s brewing team is led by Jaega Wise, who has an enviable background in Chemical Engineering. The brewery’s core range of IPA, Pale and Lager is now in striking-looking cans, and they also release one-off specials including Double IPAs, Berliner Weisses and more!

‘Inspired by Adventure’ is  Fourpure’s  motto, aiming to brew the best styles of beer from around the world at their home in South Bermondsey. They were the first UK craft brewery to start canning their core range in 2014, and their growing production facilities and impressive taproom are evidence of their continued ambitions. They also have a relentless schedule of special releases to complement their delicious core range.

‘Inspired by Adventure’ is Fourpure’s motto, aiming to brew the best styles of beer from around the world at their home in South Bermondsey. They were the first UK craft brewery to start canning their core range in 2014, and their growing production facilities and impressive taproom are evidence of their continued ambitions. They also have a relentless schedule of special releases to complement their delicious core range.

In 2014, Lee Hammerton revived  Hammerton Brewery , which originally operated from the 1860s-1950s. Taking some inspiration from his brewing ancestors (their original Oyster Stout was brewed in 1938), Hammerton also brews the well-loved N1 Pale Ale, N7 IPA and an Islington Steam Lager. Their small batch brews include the highly popular CRUNCH peanut butter milk stout.

In 2014, Lee Hammerton revived Hammerton Brewery, which originally operated from the 1860s-1950s. Taking some inspiration from his brewing ancestors (their original Oyster Stout was brewed in 1938), Hammerton also brews the well-loved N1 Pale Ale, N7 IPA and an Islington Steam Lager. Their small batch brews include the highly popular CRUNCH peanut butter milk stout.

Square Root Sodas  are former Howling Hops head brewer Ed and his partner Robyn, who started making their own soda back in 2012, aiming to put quality, flavour and innovation back into soft drinks. They now produce a year-round core range, small-batch seasonal fruit sodas, and amazing tonic waters. No additives or preservatives, just the freshest ingredients making the most refreshing drinks possible.

Square Root Sodas are former Howling Hops head brewer Ed and his partner Robyn, who started making their own soda back in 2012, aiming to put quality, flavour and innovation back into soft drinks. They now produce a year-round core range, small-batch seasonal fruit sodas, and amazing tonic waters. No additives or preservatives, just the freshest ingredients making the most refreshing drinks possible.

2010 feels like a very long time ago, and London’s beer scene wouldn’t be the same today if it wasn’t for the likes of  Camden Town Brewery . Inspired to make great lager to complement the beers in his pub, Jasper Cuppaidge has been championing lager ever since. Camden are now brewing on a massive, state-of-the-art brewery in Enfield as well as their old arches under Kentish Town West.

2010 feels like a very long time ago, and London’s beer scene wouldn’t be the same today if it wasn’t for the likes of Camden Town Brewery. Inspired to make great lager to complement the beers in his pub, Jasper Cuppaidge has been championing lager ever since. Camden are now brewing on a massive, state-of-the-art brewery in Enfield as well as their old arches under Kentish Town West.

Founded in 1983,  Harviestoun  has been ahead of the curve in terms of craft brewing in the UK. Now a household name, Schiehallion lager has won gold at the World Beer Awards, and beers like Bitter and Twisted and Old Engine Oil are still enjoyed as seminal brews in the craft beer landscape.

Founded in 1983, Harviestoun has been ahead of the curve in terms of craft brewing in the UK. Now a household name, Schiehallion lager has won gold at the World Beer Awards, and beers like Bitter and Twisted and Old Engine Oil are still enjoyed as seminal brews in the craft beer landscape.

Hallets Cider  is from Blaengawney farm, renowned for its altitude and cold weather: the perfect combination for producing fantastic apples. A lot of care and attention is applied to picking the best fruit each year and blending for the best flavour. Hallets are a small, independent cider maker and their output reflects their careful approach to excellent cidermaking.

Hallets Cider is from Blaengawney farm, renowned for its altitude and cold weather: the perfect combination for producing fantastic apples. A lot of care and attention is applied to picking the best fruit each year and blending for the best flavour. Hallets are a small, independent cider maker and their output reflects their careful approach to excellent cidermaking.

Thanks to the foodie fascination in all things fermented, Kombucha is the next big thing, and  Jarr  make the best in London. Zingy, zesty and great for your digestive and immune system, their three different varieties are wonderful alcohol-free alternatives.

Thanks to the foodie fascination in all things fermented, Kombucha is the next big thing, and Jarr make the best in London. Zingy, zesty and great for your digestive and immune system, their three different varieties are wonderful alcohol-free alternatives.

Isastegi  are a traditional Basque cider house, fermenting their cider in old wooden foudres. The style is very clean, green and with lots of acidity - a great apertif cider. The logo shows the cider being poured from a height, in the style of Txacoli wine, to get spritz in the glass.

Isastegi are a traditional Basque cider house, fermenting their cider in old wooden foudres. The style is very clean, green and with lots of acidity - a great apertif cider. The logo shows the cider being poured from a height, in the style of Txacoli wine, to get spritz in the glass.

Urban wineries like  Renegade  source their grapes from select vineyards and bring fantastic winemaking into cities. We’re proud to stock their Bethnal Bubbles, a sparkling wine using English grapes and dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic. It blurs the line between beer and wine in the most amazing way.

Urban wineries like Renegade source their grapes from select vineyards and bring fantastic winemaking into cities. We’re proud to stock their Bethnal Bubbles, a sparkling wine using English grapes and dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic. It blurs the line between beer and wine in the most amazing way.

At the forefront of the explosion in craft brewing in Spain is the  Barcelona Beer Company . Beercelona is their New World-hopped lager/pale hybrid, whilst the Cerdo Voladores (Pigs might Fly) is a delicious IPA.

At the forefront of the explosion in craft brewing in Spain is the Barcelona Beer Company. Beercelona is their New World-hopped lager/pale hybrid, whilst the Cerdo Voladores (Pigs might Fly) is a delicious IPA.

One of Australia’s craft beer pioneers, and the first to use the hype-hop Galaxy,  Stone & Wood  are over 10 years old and continue to impress with their pales, IPAs and lagers. Their status in Australia, and ability to ship their beer cold to the UK, makes them a perfect introduction to delicious, modern Australian beer.

One of Australia’s craft beer pioneers, and the first to use the hype-hop Galaxy, Stone & Wood are over 10 years old and continue to impress with their pales, IPAs and lagers. Their status in Australia, and ability to ship their beer cold to the UK, makes them a perfect introduction to delicious, modern Australian beer.

Bullbeggar  is a fantastic traditional cider made with apples from the small village of Lamyatt in Somerset. All profits go back into the village. The wonderfully named varietals: Red streak, Yarlington Mill, Brown Snout, Kingston Black, Dabinett and Michelen all go into the blend.

Bullbeggar is a fantastic traditional cider made with apples from the small village of Lamyatt in Somerset. All profits go back into the village. The wonderfully named varietals: Red streak, Yarlington Mill, Brown Snout, Kingston Black, Dabinett and Michelen all go into the blend.

India’s first craft brewery isn’t fooling around -  White Rhino’s  brewhouse was built in the US and their bottling line was made in the Czech Republic. There’s something quite poetic about getting IPA from India to the UK, and we love their lager too.

India’s first craft brewery isn’t fooling around - White Rhino’s brewhouse was built in the US and their bottling line was made in the Czech Republic. There’s something quite poetic about getting IPA from India to the UK, and we love their lager too.

Revenant’s  signature cider Eve is made in Surrey, by wild fermentation of a blend of apples designed for balanced flavour. This is then aged for 12 months before canning, to ensure its tannin profile is softened naturally. This a proper, authentically aged cider with fresh, modern branding.

Revenant’s signature cider Eve is made in Surrey, by wild fermentation of a blend of apples designed for balanced flavour. This is then aged for 12 months before canning, to ensure its tannin profile is softened naturally. This a proper, authentically aged cider with fresh, modern branding.

Tristram Stuart set up  Toast Ale  in 2015, to reduce the amount of bread that’s wasted in the UK (which is a staggering 44% of all the bread we buy). Using surplus bread from sandwich makers and bakeries, they brew pale ales, a lager and an IPA. All their profits for to Feedback, a food waste prevention charity.

Tristram Stuart set up Toast Ale in 2015, to reduce the amount of bread that’s wasted in the UK (which is a staggering 44% of all the bread we buy). Using surplus bread from sandwich makers and bakeries, they brew pale ales, a lager and an IPA. All their profits for to Feedback, a food waste prevention charity.