Proving there's a champion for everyone, we raise a glass and cheers Arnold of Soissons, the patron saint of brewers.
Should you judge a beer by its label? Definitely not, because it could mean missing out on one of the best Belgian white ales brewed in this country.
Mid-strength craft beer is rare, because it's such a tricky thing to master, but this brewer has cracked it...
We salute an out-of-town craft beer that forgoes flash for mouthfuls of smooth maltiness.
In the noble, vowel-dropping tradition of Flickr and Blendr comes DRNKS, an online wine depository promoting a healthier drinking lifestyle.
When it comes to naming breweries, brewers love animals, especially dogs: Black Dog, Moon Dog, Beard and Brau, HopDog and now Smiling Samoyed.
Resident beer guy James Smith looks back on the best beers of the year that was, before getting stuck into the year ahead.
They say you shouldn't cry over spilt milk, but what about beer? Depends on the beer.
Santa won't turn up his nose if you leave him the traditional, predictable cookies and milk. But he'll be a lot more jolly if you give him HopDog's Secret Santa.
There comes a time when you want a beer that does the job of shellacking your thirst in an elegant but uncomplicated way. Typically, this is when the temp has reached some stupid number.
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