XT is an innovative, independent brewery crafting a wide range of beers. Located on the beautiful Notley Farm on the Oxfordshire-Buckinghamshire border, the brewery offers a core range of full-flavoured brews alongside one-off experimental beers available for just a limited time as part of the "Animal" range. Available to try in select pubs across the South, beer-lovers from far and wide can taste a selection of their beers at this year’s Great British Beer Festival, taking place from 7-11 August 2018.
Added: Sunday, June 17th 2018
Norwich is linked to Rouen in France and David Holliday at Norfolk Brewhouse was keen to brew a beer that commemorated the association. He found that Northmaen brewery on a farm near Rouen in Normandy grows its own grain and was also keen to stress the Vikings' link between the two regions. The result is Amitie IPA, launched during City of Ale in Norwich. Pictured: Dominique Camus at Northmaen with Bruce Ash from Norfolk Brewhouse
Added: Monday, May 28th 2018
Torrential rain prevented speeches being made at the launch of Norwich City of Ale 2018. City of Ale has been running for eight years and has been a ground-breaking festival, a rolling series of events that emphasise the importance of the pub to good beer. Here's the speech I planned to make. Pictured: City of Ale founders Dawn Leeder and Phil Cutter with Norwich South MP Clive Lewis (centre) at the launch party
Added: Friday, May 25th 2018
Adnams Brewery in Suffolk is famous for its cask ales -- but…
Siren Craft Brew in Berkshire, which has a big barrel-ageing programme, has…