Green and Pleasant

Two years ago I entered a room dripping with the most memorable aroma in all my experience of beer (and brewing  as an industry doesn’t lack memorable aromas both good or bad). We had been invited by Ali Capper of the British Hop Association, on a tour of her farm in Worcestershire and our senses […]

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green and pleasant

Haze Issues?

Last October Chloë and I joined a very well attended presentation in Bristol called ‘Glowing in the glass or is hazy lazy’. It was presented by Roger Ryman of St Austell and Justin Hawke of Moor Beer and was quite a lively discussion about the relative values of fined and unfined beers. I think a lot of the attendees […]

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Its Organic September!

We want to be recognised for producing delicious organic beers. As well as having clear biodiversity, health and social benefits, we believe that the organic standards are the perfect basis to produce high quality products. We want to develop our business with integrity, building long term relationships with people we work with and sell to.

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