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Planning application approved for Charles Wells’ new brewery

Charles Wells given green light for new £13m brewery complex Bedford-based brewer, Charles Wells is a step closer to realising its ambition of a new £13 million brewery complex with the news that its planning application has been approved by Bedford Borough Council’s planning committee. Work will begin in August…


Scottish Brewers Go Global

Eight brewers from The Brewers’ Association of Scotland (TBAS) are heading to Nashville, Tennessee tomorrow to take part in America’s largest craft brewing industry gathering – The Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America – Taking place at Nashville’s Music City Centre, the conference and exhibition runs from 30 April –…


Enhanced Responsible Drinking Campaign for Racecourses Created

Alcohol education charity Drinkaware and The Racecourse Association are launching ‘Pace Yourself Plus’ ‘Pace Yourself Plus’ is an enhanced version of their successful ‘Pace Yourself’ responsible drinking campaign. It will be in operation at racecourses this year, with a specific focus on some of the sport’s biggest events including the…


Siren Committing to Cask

Siren Craft Brew have underlined their commitment to cask beer by signing a new agreement with The Draft House Berkshire-based Siren, recently named one of the world’s top 100 breweries by Ratebeer, have penned a long term deal with The Draft House, a 13-strong group of pubs located in London…


TBAS Launches ‘HOP’Line for Scottish Brewers

The Brewers’ Association of Scotland has today launched a free helpline for brewers offering advice on licensing and HMRC from TLT LLP and Johnston Carmichael Scotland’s brewing industry is flourishing, there are more than 125 operating breweries throughout the country stretching from Shetland to Stranraer, with even more planned, and…