Before we start I want to make it clear I love beer in all its forms, this is a set of directions to help you enjoy the beer in your hand even more. To help appreciate what we may have missed, to find what we may have not known we were looking for. To dispell… Continue reading To Dispell The Glamour Of The Unknown
iTunes / Soundcloud / Spotify / DownloadAlso available on all other podcast streaming apps by searching ‘Beernomicon’. In out 73rd podcast, we present you with the second of our talks at the recent Peakender weekend.We sat down in front of a live audience to discuss future trends within craft beer.Michelle and Matt from Lakes Brew Co, Alex from North Brewing Co.,… Continue reading NEW PODCAST / Beernomicon LXXIII – Peakender Talk: Future Trends
I have never really been one to go out on my own for a few drinks. Previously I thought it had somewhat of a stigma about it. Negative connotations. That was when I was younger though. When I was in my late teens, early twenties, drinking alone was for the desperate. It was for those… Continue reading Lonelier Than The Last One Standing
I use to spout a quote from Omnipollo head brewer and co-founder Henok Fentie often, it went ‘Beer is a universe’ - basically saying beer is whatever you want it to be. When people would complain about boundaries being pushed, styles becoming blurred and beer looking like murky piss from a ill patient (rank, I… Continue reading Have Your Manager Call My Manager And We’ll Make Beers Together
I tweeted this while on a recent holiday. I was in Edinburgh and had asked a few locals I knew ‘Where should I go booze?’. Not really a new question. I like going new places, and I really like drinking in new places. What was different this time, that I’d never really done before, was… Continue reading What came first, the taprooms or the apathy?