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  • Cains of Liverpool - Insiders at last?
  • catching up with Jim Appelbee, the new brewer at the Burton museum
  • Assessing the likely impact of increased duty on Strong Beers
  • O-Roger, a special Burton Ale from Otley brewery - in Wales?
  • a new film celebrates the 40-year history of CAMRA
  • the closure of the great Yorkshire brewery, Tetley's
  • Dave Wickett of Kelham Island brewery is honoured
  • the remarkable Moorhouse's of Burnley on the up and up
  • a visit to Norwich, the City of Ale
  • An interview with bar manager and Masterchef winner, Tim Anderson
  • the world of global brewing, mergers and acquisitions
  • Roger helps CAMRA's founding fathers celebrate 40 campaigning years
  • Arctic Ale unearthed - Roger tastes a beer brewed in 1875
  • A visit to the Trappist brothers of the Rochefort brewery, Belgium
  • old beers reborn: Meantime Imperial Russian Stout & Fuller's Past Masters
  • Budvar - lager as it should be with Budvar's Yeast Beer
  • Belgium's wood-aged beers: De Dolle Brouwers and Alvinne
  • discovering the beers of Harviestoun (and some whiskies!)
  • Veltins Brewery makes a push for the UK pilsener market
  • Roger visits the Westvleteren Trappist brewery, Belgium
  • Roger Protz visits Hogs Back and finds it in A1 condition
  • a visit to the expanded and ambitious Meantime of London
  • a visit to the family-owned and run Robinson of Stockport
  • The revival of a great name: Truman's of East London
  • Celebrating the booming fortunes of Castle Rock Brewery
  • Visiting the Three Tuns in Bishop's Castle, Shropshire
  • The bottled beers from Thornbridge brewery tasted
  • Beer scene in Sydney, Australia. Part I: Malt Shovel & James Squires
  • Roger visits the monks of the Westmalle Trappist brewery
  • Rail Ale Dorset: Roger explores the pubs along the Swanage route
  • The Burton Museum re-opens as the National Brewery Centre
  • Roger tastes Gale's Prize Old Ale, now brewed by Fuller's
  • Roger Protz exclusive - Marston's unveils Fast Cask
  • Jennings on the first brewing day since November's floods
  • Roger visits Liefmans and Roman breweries, Oudenaarde, Belgium
  • The seaside story of Adnams brewery in Southwold
  • Rail Ale Derby: great pubs around the railway station in Derby
  • Mild but not so meek... Is there a revival of these beer styles?
  • Roger visits the new Thornbridge brewery in Derbyshire
  • Roger Protz recommends 10 urban pubs with a rural feel
  • Not fizzy, pale or boring - celebrating 250 years of Guinness
  • the worm has turned: a look at booming sales of real ale
  • A visit to the Het Anker brewery in Belgium
  • Meeting the new man at Budvar's brewing helm
  • clean-bowled by Cooper's of Adelaide, Australia
  • a major two-part report on Australia's craft brewing scene
  • reasons to be cheerful: it's boom time for Britain's craft brewers
  • a visit to Winter's brewery in Norwich to meet up with David Winter
  • the Grapes in east London and its ex-Playboy bunny landlady Barbara Haigh
  • Roger Protz investigates the boom in oak-aged beers
  • Don Burgess of the Freeminer brewery and his ethical beers
  • Camra's pinoeers: remembering the beginnings of Camra
  • Fuller's Brewer's Reserve - the launch of a new whisky beer
  • The British pub is alive and well
  • Roger Protz drinks Goose Island beers with dinner
  • Opening the doors to the Old Crafty Hen
  • The Famous Five: Chimay, Orval, Westmalle, Rochefort & Westvleteren
  • a visit to the Trappist brewery of Achel in Belgium
  • Bateman's marches on with a new generation at the helm
  • Raising the Standard: a local institution saved
  • A small revolution in Cumbria: the Hesket Newmarket brewery
  • Porter & Stout: a look at the Imperial past and delicious present
  • A vertical tasting of Fuller's Vintage Ale, 1997 - 2007
  • Wychwood Brewery's Hobgoblin runs riot
  • Save Britain's only national museum dedicated to beer
  • Toasting the Master Cellarman of Barnes - Angus McKean
  • Raising Cains: the unlikely story of a Liverpool legend reborn
  • Beer sales in decline? It ain't necessarily so...
  • Beers from the wood - the new dawn for oak-aged beers
  • Vats maketh the beer - a profile of the unique Strong Suffolk
  • Hoegaarden's historic brewery saved from closure
  • Bamberg. A two-part look at Germany's beer heaven... and Heller
  • in memory of the Beer Hunter; Roger Protz pays tribute to Michael Jackson
  • Beer with bite: Greene King's food and beer matching dinners
  • Taking a new look at lager - from history to the present day
  • Protz the brewer? Roger tries his hand on the other side of the mash tun
  • Heineken's brave move - dumping Britain's weak brew for the real thing
  • Down in Nethergate drive - a trip to the Nethergate brewery
  • Very old beers: Roger Protz tastes some remarkable beers, back to 1869
  • Let the good times roll: London's Meantime brewery
  • Roger visits Malta to discover its beer history and taste its beer future
  • Look out Guinness: choice for Irish beer drinkers is gaining pace
  • Lambic and gueuze: the sweet sours of Beersel
  • battle for the black stuff: Guinness versus Magners in Ireland
  • John Young RIP: obituary for a great name in brewing
  • Celebrating the independent spirit (and beers) of Cooper's brewery, Australia
  • football and beer - the perfect blend. So what happened to the World Cup?
  • McMullen of Hertford - a tale of change and survival
  • let's celebrate Britain's beer and barley heritage
  • worthy Worthington: in praise of White Shield, Champion bottle
  • Thwaites, a sleeping giant? Wide awake says Roger Protz
  • Beer festival sell-out hails revival of cask beers
  • Roger Protz on Britain's beer town: St Albans
  • Harrie's back in town: Harrie Vermeer of Bekeerde Suster
  • Pierre Celis, Hoegaarden's Maestro of White Beer
  • Beer's big freeze: do we want our beers served icy cold?
  • Twenty-first century drink related problems? Let's not demonize beer
  • Nationalised breweries. Did Harold Wilson have it right in the 70s?
  • The best places in Britain to enjoy great food, and a really good pint
  • The demise of Hoegaarden brewery. Think global, close local?
  • Foggy thinking on smoking - shooting ourselves in the foot?
  • Beer goes maritime - setting sail for London's Brew Wharf
  • As global warming bites, Roger Protz investigates a new 'green brewery'
  • Real ale in crisis? What crisis? asks Roger Protz
  • Czechs and balances - battle rages in the Czech Republic
  • Welcoming La Trappe back into the Trappist fold
  • No fibs - well done to Heineken
  • The origins of the species - Pale Ale & India Pale Ale
  • St Albans Ale, and the ancient tradition of religious brewing
  • The booze of the news: goodbye to Fleet Street's drinking traditions
  • Roger Protz on the brewers and brews that are keeping tradition alive
  • The joy of cask beer - doom-mongers be gone!
  • Alive and kicking - Everards cask ales
  • The ups and downs of the Chiltern Brewery
  • What the Dickens? Something's brewing at Mauldon's of Suffolk
  • Great British Beer Festival 2005 - we're all Londoners now
  • Who's afraid of the big bad hops? Britain's loss is America's gain...
  • Original Pilsner, and the importance of Protected Geographical Indications
  • Medium-sized fish and littler fish: let's defend beer's regionality
  • Pale and interesting: celebrating the revival of Inda Pale Ale
  • Make mine a Mackeson - tracking down a classic from the past
  • Sunshine and smiles return to Bristol: The Beer Factory
  • Jennings Brewery - another one bites the dust?
  • West country brewing: ship shape and Bristol fashion
  • The Trappist beers of Chimay: Plus ca Change...
  • Dortmund - the Burton of Germany - and their Export beer
  • Shock! Horror! Let's have a sense of perspective on 24-hour opening
  • Grolsch - proving big can (sometimes) be beautiful
  • Wine TV? Let's celebrate Britain's true national drink
  • Wither winter beers? Batton down for the big chill...
  • Good news and bad news: Wetherspoons serves De Koninck on draft
  • Looking back to innovate - Elveden Ales Harwich Charter Ale
  • Still on song: Pinkus Müller, the singing brewer's beers
  • St Austell brewery - all steamed up in Cornwall
  • Horsham, west Sussex - the making of a modern British brew-town
  • The smoking ban in British pubs- flawed thinking?
  • Beer or wine? The writing's on the wall
  • Cantillon Brewery - from Belgium with love
  • Ridley's of Essex - leaping over the north-south divide
  • Your very good health - just say no to beer label health warnings
  • Gone for a Burton - the end of the road for cask beer's spiritual home
  • Beer-lover's guide: assessing the brand new beer range at Asda
  • Weeding out the smokers - thoughts on smoke-free pubs
  • Still Peculier after all these years? The relaunch of T&R Theakston
  • Fuller's of London: taking pride in cask beers
  • Mourning the passing of Eldridge Pope Brewery
  • The beers of Brigadoon - a visit to Hook Norton
  • The Ten Commandments of beer, according to Budvar
  • Think Global, Ignore Local? Inbev's lack of support for great british beers
  • The decline and fall of Bass and Boddingtons, two great British beers
  • Chilling out at London's US-style brewpub, Zerodegrees
  • Upholders of beer tradition - the Mexborough Concertina Band Club
  • The Kelham Island brewery story - the economics of success
  • Controversy surrounding Green King IPA as it wins Champion Bitter award
  • 33 years in the mash tun - CAMRA celebrated
  • Brewmaster Protz? We put a new homebrew system to the test
  • Caledonian Brewery - the King is dead; long live the King?
  • Dunkerton Cider - old apples, red-tape and a family affair

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