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Hopinions 85 “Art”

This week, we’re joined by Beavertown’s Creative Director Nick Dwyer to talk all things art and beer.

Beer | Beavertown ‘Gamma Ray’, ‘Bloody ‘Ell’, ‘Brett Pils’ and ‘Heavy Lord’, Left Handed Giant/Duration ‘Minority Stake’, Northern Monk ‘Patrons 1.01’, Magic Rock/Bagby ‘Californishire’ and Wander Beyond ‘Nautiloid’

Hopinions | Does artwork influence your purchasing / rating of beer?

Belgium | Poechenellekelder | Oldest Pub in Bruges – Vlissinghe

Tate | Events can be found here

 

Many thanks to Nick for giving up his time record with us, the Beavertown beers we had on this show were free but this didn’t influence our thoughts.

Hopinions 65 “Refreshes The Parts”

This week, we dig into the only news from the past fortnight – Heineken’s investment into Beavertown. Also, as a follow up to our last show, we sit down and talk to The Portman Group.

Beers | Heineken ‘lager’, Beavertown ‘Neck Oil’, ‘Gamma Roy’, ‘Smog Rocket’ & ‘Lord Smog Almighty’

Hopinions |  We’re all still going to drink Beavertown beer right?Do you think Heineken’s investment in Beavertown is bad for the independent sector?

Links | Roger Protz on Beavertown

Interview | We chat to John Timothy, CEO of The Portman Group

Hopinions 56 “The Dark Side”

This week, we’re joined by Mark, Ashley and Tom from the Men Beerhaving podcast to take a walk on the dark side of beer.

Beers | Beavertown ‘Black Betty’, Magic Rock ‘Dark Arts’, Guinness ‘1798’, Innis & Gunn ‘Vanishing Point 01’ and Brewdog ‘Death or Glory’

Hopinions | Dark beers | Does barrel ageing make a beer better?

Men Beerhaving Badly | Episode 20 featuring our appearance on ‘Guest Ales’ can be found here and make sure to subscribe/follow the chaps on your podcast/social media platform of choice

 

Many thanks to the folks from Innis & Gunn for sending us the Vanishing Point 01 for free, this didn’t influence our thoughts on the beer. 

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Image courtesy of @Clayfiish

Beavertown were recently invited to Stone Berlin to help them celebrate ‘Cantoberfest’ – a celebration of the perfect packaging for beer. Randomly, this was on the same day that Steve visited the brewery…

Never one to miss an opportunity, Steve grabbed a beer with Logan Plant – 3 years on since we last spoke to him – to discuss Beavertown’s expansion, the recent Extravaganza and what’s next.

Flavour of the Month 07 – Lupuloid IPA

lupuloidHe’s back! Mark returns to the airwaves to bring you the latest Flavour of the Month from Little Leeds Beer House.

This month we’re drinking the beer that everyone is talking about, the latest addition to Beavertown’s core range, ‘Lupuloid IPA’

 

This show is supported by Richard & Bryony from the Little Leeds Beer House. They’re great folk and they give us this beer for free, but that doesn’t affect our opinions the shop or the beer.

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Flavour of the Month 05 – Bloody Notorious

FotMOur latest flavour of the month supported by Little Leeds Beer House is the Beavertown and Boneyard collab ‘Bloody Notorious’, a blood orange DIPA.

Plus, there’s a special announcement from the guys which you can read more about here.

It’s Flavour of the Month!

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Flavour of the Month 01 – Applelation

FullSizeRenderWelcome to ‘Flavour of the Month’ supported by the fantastic Little Leeds Beer House.

Each month we’ll be taking the latest and most discussed beery release and putting it under the Beer O’clock microscope.

For January 2016, we’re looking at Beavertown’s bramley apple saison ‘Applelation’.

It’s flavour of the month!

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Episode 107 – Broadside & Skull King

 

After the shortest break ever, we’re back for season 7 and the 6 nations of beer! On this week’s show we get stuck into two great English beers in Adnams Broadside and Beavertown Skull King.

We look forward to what’s to come this season, talk about the United Craft Brewers Association and there’s loads of other beery news.

We’re pleased to launch 3 Eebria competitions  during this show

Winners will be announced on the show that we’ll record on Monday 1 June and via Twitter. The first two entries to make the #prizelessprize draw came courtesy of a first time entrant and a regular contributor.

All this plus an exclusive interview with Belinda Jennings, Adnams Quality Manager and Brewer.

It’s Beer O’clock!

Minisode 01 – The United Craft Brewers Association

 

We thought we were just heading to Brooklyn Brewery’s London Mash at Beavertown for an evening of great beery chat…

This minisode of the Beer O’clock show features exclusive interviews with renowned beer writer Roger Protz, founder of Brooklyn Brewery Steve Hindy and Beavertown Founder Logan Plant about the annoucment made at the beginning of the evening about the establishment of the United Craft Brewers Association in the UK.

Make sure you subscribe to the First We Feast ‘State of Craft Beer’ podcast to be able to listen to the full panel discussion from the London Mash and the other 7 ‘mash’ events taking place this year.

Many thanks to #somerandomblokeofftwitter Justin Mason for conducting the interview with Steve and Logan for us.

It’s Beer O’clock! Kind of…

UK Top Beer

Top Beer

10 months, 7 polls and over 3500 votes later one beer has emerged as being the UK Top Beer…

Beavertown’s ‘Gamma Ray’ wins the final poll of our series by an absolute landslide, taking around 40% of the votes cast, proving that this is indeed a beer that the craft wankers UK beer drinkers will go to again and again.

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