I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: craft keg is not the enemy! If only CAMRA would accept this, then the fastest growing segment of Britain’s craft beer industry could reach a wider audience and the Campaign’s beer festivals would be all the better for it. Take last week’s Oxford event for example…

On the surface Oxford’s annual beer & cider festival appears to follow the now familiar CAMRA format but it has an interesting twist. To find out what that is Mr & Mrs Fueled by Beer recently attended the 2014 event at Oxford’s magnificent Town Hall…

When Mr & Mrs Fueled by Beer made their most recent trip to Hackney it was specifically to visit the taproom at London Fields Brewery. We arrived last Saturday, around 2:30 pm; unfortunately it didn’t go quite the way we wanted…

In my last post, “Beer Trek 2014,” I covered what is currently London’s hottest craft beer destination: the Bermondsey Beer Mile. In this post I have crossed the Thames to explore London’s other hot spot: Hackney…

Southwark Brewing Company recently opened for business at 46 Druid Street and will be opening its doors on Saturdays. They increase the number of breweries along the Bermondsey Beer Mile to seven. Initial reports say these guys will be the first to offer cask brews from their railway arch. Below is the updated list and […]

Brighton’s Laine Brewing Company recently opened their seventh London pub location at the Four Thieves in Battersea. The Four Thieves joins Laine’s other brewpub locations The Aeronaut in Acton and The People’s Park Tavern in Hackney. Laine also runs four non-brewing pubs…

One of the many highlights of Fueled by Beer’s time in Seattle was brewery crawling along the Burke-Gilman trail (read Beer Trek 2012). Yet until last weekend it didn’t seem possible that a similar experience could be enjoyed here in the UK. This is because until then the Bermondsey Beer Mile remained undiscovered. But not any more…