In conversation with… John Driebergen, head brewer at Fourpure Brewing Co.

The most impressive part of Bermondsey-based Fourpure Brewing Co's set up isn't its state-of-the-art canning machine, capable of sealing 12,000 cans per hour. Nor is it its vast quantities of oak foudres, in which small batch and highly complex beers are being aged ready for consumption. No, the most exciting thing about Fourpure is a small … Continue reading In conversation with… John Driebergen, head brewer at Fourpure Brewing Co.

In conversation with… Niall Thomas, Regional Sales Manager at Tiny Rebel Brewery

It’s been quite a rise to fame for Newport’s Tiny Rebel brewery. In less than ten years, the brewery has gone from two men producing two beers out of a converted garage to a 60-employee strong organisation, brewing on a dual steam 30-barrel brewhouse and exporting beer to over 20 countries around the world. Along … Continue reading In conversation with… Niall Thomas, Regional Sales Manager at Tiny Rebel Brewery

In conversation with… Jack Hobday, co-founder of Anspach & Hobday

Situated under a cramped railway arch in Southwark, Anspach & Hobday doesn’t look much like the location of a brewery currently selling beer to Italy, Belgium and across the UK. In just over three years, owners Paul Anspach and Jack Hobday have transformed themselves from aspiring homebrewers to the owners of a brewery with the potential … Continue reading In conversation with… Jack Hobday, co-founder of Anspach & Hobday

In conversation with… Mark Tranter, Founder of Burning Sky Brewery

“A very happy accident.” ­– That’s how Mark Tranter, a former fine art student with a penchant for punk rock and tattoos, describes getting into the beer industry. Twenty years on, the former Dark Star head brewer is the proud owner of his very own successful brewery, Burning Sky, and he has some exciting news … Continue reading In conversation with… Mark Tranter, Founder of Burning Sky Brewery

In conversation with… Alex Greig, proprietor of Fuggles Beer Café

“I like it because I can drink several pints of it and not fall over on the way home,” laughs Alex Grieg, as he takes the first sip of Kent session pale from a jug. We’re sat on a pair of slightly tired looking red sofas in the back-end of Fuggles Beer Café, the artisan … Continue reading In conversation with… Alex Greig, proprietor of Fuggles Beer Café