LITTLE LOOKS- LAZY LIZARD BEER CO, PRIMAVERA

Little Looks are the reviews of brews that may be new to the market, a local beer I want to shout about, or simply a classic revisited.    For this edition of Little Looks guest contributor Chris Norman gives us his opinion of Primavera, a beer from the Brighton based Lazy Lizard Beer co, one […]

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Sussex, Beer, Now: Part 5 – Twelve years of seeking beer in Horsham 

Belleville Rendezvous plays on the screen infront of me as I lounge on a weekend afternoon, chomping my way through a bowl of Kettle Chips and washing down the moment with a bottle of pre-buyout Wychwood Hobgoblin. Granted, it isn’t an exciting moment, it isn’t even an exciting beer, but it is an important one. […]

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LITTLE LOOKS – That UltraBeer Thing

I’ve gone down a different route for this edition of Little Looks, reviewing  a beer related gadget rather than a beer itself. Stop giving me dirty looks, this is a beer gadget, honest! I know it looks like something that might be promoted at an Ann Summers party but this actually lands firmly in the kitchen […]

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LITTLE LOOKS – Milk Street Brewery

Little Looks are the reviews of brews that may be new to the market, a local beer I want to shout about, or simply a classic revisited.  The Lowdown The likes of Zig Zag and Funky Monkey are beer names that I’ve been aware of for quite some time but I rarely see them on […]

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LITTLE LOOKS – Fentimans Alcoholic Ginger Beer

Little Looks are the reviews of brews that may be new to the market, a local beer I want to shout about, or simply a classic revisited.    The Lowdown: Story has it that it all started in 1905 when Thomas Fentiman found himself in a loan deal with a tradesman. When said deal was […]

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REVIEW: BEER52

Subscriptions have changed from the usual book, wine or chocolate clubs from a few years back. Gin, snacks, vegetables, geek- merch, socks (?!)…you can pretty much obtain anything on a weekly or monthly basis simply by signing upto one of the many subscription boxes out there, and the world of beer has not been left […]

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Destination: Mallorca 

Words – Rach Smith | Photos – Rach Smith, Mike Smith.  We’ve traded in the gloom, both the weather and the news items, for scenery exposed through hair-raising hairpin bends; the scares outweighed by the big sun in the bigger sky; impaled by jagged mountain; deep blue filling the spaces in between. Orange juice is […]

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NEWS: DRYGATE RELEASE STUDIO BREWS

The creative brewing collective behind Drygate Brewing Co. have this week announced the exciting first release of seven new small batch, limited edition brews. The Drygate brewery team of Jake Griffin, Edward Furmston-Evans and Alessandra Confessore have been exercising their experimental side, getting creative in the Studio and have designed, brewed & bottled seven brand new beers. […]

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Problem with Hipsters? Let it go.

Hipster. It’s a label being banded around a lot of late, a term that’s entered pop culture, crikey- there’s whole pubs full of ’em, yet nobody admits to being one. It’s a term being associated a lot with the beer scene- goodness knows why. I personally don’t like it, especially when it’s being used in a […]

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REVIEW: Adnams’ Jack Brand- Innovation

Name: Innovation Brewed By: Adnams Jack Brand Style: IPA ABV: 6.7% Country: UK Web: adnams.co.uk Adnams, one of the UK’s biggest cask ale producers, have been playing, experimenting and creating a whole new range of beers. Back in 2010 they had a cellar clear out to make way for their spirits production and discovered some crates of old bottled beers….Jack […]

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