Testing out whether low or no alcohol beer and bubbly can ever compete with the real thing.
Bidding a fond farewell to one of the great beers of the devil-may-care Trappist tradition.
A new social network for pub-goers seems to be a bit unnecessary.
The latest novelty beer to hit the headlines sounds like a marriage made in Hell.
The notorious recordings of Orson Welles not giving a damn while promoting faux-champagne and frozen peas.
The small village with a rude name has had enough of sniggering tourists.
Prosecco cocktails in a box, just in time for Christmas.
Exploring the exotic craft beer pleasures to be found in Lidl.
A high-strength beer that announces itself in advance and delivers a bourbon-soaked punch to the senses.
The former hard-drinking shock rocker eschews the trend for rock band beer by endorsing flavoured milk.
In this episode, we chat to beer blogger and alcohol influencer Cooking Lager about the reopening of pubs this weekend, the experience of returning to the boozer after months of isolation, the joys of Wetherspoons, cultural snobbery and eccentric pub chain owners. Best enjoyed with a beer in hand.
Keri O’Shea returns to the pub after three months, and lives to tell the tale.