It can add tartness and acidity, or dryness, or – and this is where the controversy really rages – cloying sweetness
Ahead of London Beer Week, we treat ourselves to the best offerings brewed in the capital
There were 52,750 pubs at the end of last year, down from 54,194 in December 2014
The beer uses one slice of fresh surplus bread from bakeries, delis and other sandwich makers to help brew each bottle
AB InBev is set to buy SABMiller for about $108 billion
Experts warn of 'disturbing' implications for epidemic of alcohol related harm in the developing world, particularly Africa
Exclusive: Camra wants to list ingredients to help allergic drinkers
The decision comes at a time when Britain lobbies to forge closer trade ties with China.
Organisers said they couldn't cope with the massive crowds
Adding wine to a dish is nothing new. But what about pouring in half a pint of ale? A growing gang of beer-loving cooks want us to hop to it, as Jamie Waters discovers
More than 1,500 breweries across the US took part in the Great American Beer Festival
AB InBev and SABMiller are already the world’s number one and number two brewing companies
Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s biggest brewer, is buying back the South Korean brewery it sold to private equity in 2009
The Icelandic beer has been launched in association with a whaling company to mark a festival to the Norse god Thor
The Government “buried” key evidence in the run-up to a major U-turn on minimum pricing for alcohol, it has emerged, amid accusations from doctors that pressure from the alcohol industry was “instrumental” in blocking the policy.
Mr Schaeffer, a minister for the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, wore a colander on his head as he took his oath