In conversation with… Pete Brown, founder of Forest Road Brewing Co

Forest Road Brewing Co. isn’t your typical London brewery. While most of the capital’s emerging small brewers produce small quantities of a wide range of beers on tiny, cramped kits on industrial estates, Forest Road’s head-brewer Pete Brown heads out to Belgium every couple of months to brew 15,000 litres of Work, the brewery’s signature … Continue reading In conversation with… Pete Brown, founder of Forest Road Brewing Co

10 best canned craft beers

Previously the preserve of bland, flavourless and fizzy lagers, cans are fast becoming the dispensing method of choice for craft breweries - broadly speaking, breweries that are independently owned and brew using only high-quality ingredients - across the UK and overseas. Canned beer is more portable, quicker to cool and less likely to spoil due … Continue reading 10 best canned craft beers

London’s 5 Best Craft Beer Breweries

Once upon a time, the beer scene in London was nothing short of diabolical. Back in the 1970's, the chances of finding a locally produced brew in the capital were few and far between. The industry was dominated by large monopolistic corporations such as Watneys and Whitbread and Bass, producing bland, boring watery bitters. Fast … Continue reading London’s 5 Best Craft Beer Breweries