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  1. Ports and stouts — A tale of one (two) beer(s)

    Ports and stouts — A tale of one (two) beer(s)
    Are stout and porter two beers or one? How do brewers, and drinkers, differentiate the two styles and is there a meaningful difference? To answer these questions we need to look back into brewing history and see which ale came first, and how both styles developed. The history of porter Let’s start with London brewing in the early 1700s. Before...
  2. Heat up, barley down — Europe's heatwave affecting beer, whisky, and gin

    Heat up, barley down — Europe's heatwave affecting beer, whisky, and gin
    Across Europe the 2018 heatwave shows no signs fo stoping, which is great news for sun-seekers, less great for barley farmers and the drinks which rely on them.
  3. Time for (iced) tea

    Time for (iced) tea
    Iced tea has always been the poor relation in the UK, but when it comes one of our other passions, mixed drinks, the chilled version is the way to go. Here are a couple of great iced tea cocktails for you to try.
  4. Nice lollies — Homemade gin and tonic popsicles

    Nice lollies  — Homemade gin and tonic popsicles
    When the country swelters in heat there’s is little more refreshing than a gin and tonic in the garden. Instead of a chilled G&T, why not take the things up a level and make your own gin popsicles?
  5. A quick class about glass

    A quick class about glass
    Spirits and cocktails can be served in all styles of glassware (we’ll leave beers and ales for a separate conversation), but which is best for your favourite tipple? Before you reach for a glass check out our guide to matching your drink with drinkware. Martini glass   The inverted cone sat on a stem is the best holder for cocktails...
  6. Cheers and beers – The best drinks for a football party

    Cheers and beers – The best drinks for a football party
    With the FA Cup Final, Champions League Final, and the World Cup, summer 2018 is a footy fan’s paradise with masses of opportunities for football-themed parties. We’ve selected some of favourite beers to pass around during the game and to enjoy during the after-game debate on what the referee got wrong. In goal — Erdinger Alcohol Free Beer Goalkeepers need to...
  7. Every port in a storm

    Every port in a storm
    From the Douro Valley in Portugal, comes Port Wine, a fortified wine renowned for its quality and depth of flavour. Fortification produces a drink sweeter, stronger in alcohol, and with a more dominant berry profile, than regular red wine; with a taste much admired amongst wine experts.
  8. Hop off — Is a new way to brew beer on the way?

    Hop off — Is a new way to brew beer on the way?
    One of the challenges of beer production is sourcing, growing, shipping, and storing enough hops to meet demand. Enter science…
  9. How low will you go? Choosing alcohol free beer

    How low will you go? Choosing alcohol free beer
    Going alcohol free doesn’t have to be an ‘all or nothing’ decision, and it doesn’t mean denying yourself the wonderful beer taste. Here is the Prestige Drinks guide to why you might choose the clear-headed option, and some great alcohol free beers to try.

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