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Butcombe moves towards regional brewer status

Butcombe will take another step towards its ambition of being a regional brewer over the coming months with a £4 million investment in a new distribution and packaging centre, a 40,000-barrel expansion of fermenting capacity and a craft brewing set-up. READ MORE


Greyhound to the rescue: Ballard’s beers saved

Ballard’s beers have been saved thanks to a takeover by Sussex neighbour Greyhound Brewery.READ MORE


Court ruling allows Scottish Minimum Unit Pricing to proceed

The introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing in Scotland is to proceed following a UK Supreme Court ruling that the original legislation, introduced in 2012, does not violate European Union law. READ MORE


Wilde Child Brewing celebrates new brewery

Wilde Child Brewing Co is expanding into new premises in Leeds after securing funding of more than £100,000. READ MORE


Arran Brewery solves seasonal stock shortfall

Arran Brewery has come up with an ingenious solution to running out of beer for its Christmas customers – by taking back bottle stocks from pubs and bars that close for the winter. READ MORE


First Chop back brewing after devastating fire

A Greater Manchester brewery has risen from the ashes of a devastating fire and is now looking to exports to help double its turnover over the coming year. READ MORE


NEW ENTRANT: Chapeau! Brewing, Horsham, West Sussex

A brewery inspired by a love of cycling in France has been launched in Horsham, West Sussex. READ MORE


2018 World Beer Cup opens for registrations

Make sure this item is on your to-do list for this week:  brewery applications for the 2018 World Beer Cup are being accepted from now until 14th November. READ MORE


BrewDog returns to the crowdfunding well

BrewDog’s latest crowdfunding push has flown out of the traps, with the Scottish craft brewer reporting that more than 1,000 supporters chipped in the first £1 million within 48 hours. READ MORE


Fuller’s rebrands London Pride, scores with social media

Fuller’s has made the most of its rebrand of top-selling ale London Pride by tying it into a social media storm – backed by some impressive leg-work. READ MORE


J W Lees rebrands, plans microbrewery

Manchester brewer J W Lees has revamped and rebranded its beer range to “stay relevant” to a changing marketplace, with plans to invest £500,000 in a microbrewery and bottling line to ensure a pipeline of “interesting” brews into the future. READ MORE



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