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By The Horns moving to Surrey

Having outgrown their current site, By The Horns brewery are on the move to Redhill, Surrey. They have chosen to locate in Redhill so they were able to build and maintain a sustainable business. This was not achievable in the current location due to current buildings and environment constraints. On…


Lakes Brew Co emerges from tough times

Post redundancy at the beginning of lockdown restrictions 12 months ago, an award-winning team of four has reunited as Lakes Brew Co. Co-founders Matt Clarke, Michelle Gay, Steve Ricketts and Paul Sheldon, formerly employed by Hawkshead Brewery at Staveley, will be focusing on the local and thriving independent beer scene….



Shepherd Neame unveils its first low alcohol beer

Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame has unveiled its first low alcohol beer – Noughty Bear 0.5% IPA. Noughty Bear is a refreshing, light golden beer, combining the pine and spice notes of Challenger hops from the UK, with the tropical fruit and citrus flavours of Amarillo, Cascade and Citra hops…


Molson Coors launches low-carbon glass beer bottle

Following a recent trial that reduced the carbon impact of its bottle production by up to 90%, Molson Coors Beverage Company has launched a low-carbon glass beer bottle The trial, in partnership with Encirc, produced 2 million glass bottles for its Staropramen brand, which are now available on-shelf in stores…


Beavertown announces London’s Largest brewery

Beavertown Brewery has announced its expansion with London’s Largest brewery ‘Beaverworld’, located in Ponders End, Enfield, on a plot of land covering six acres Billed as Beavertown’s ‘forever home’, the brewery will see up to 150 jobs created in the local North London area. Beaverworld will allow the brewery to…