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The city, and the suburbs and towns that surround it, are developing something of a reputation for craft beer.
A few small towns in the UK could do with a venue like McLeod’s at the heart of them.
“We're always striving to make the beers better and keep developing the creative side of our business.”
“If the venue were in Auckland, the queues to get in would stretch around the block.”
Kia Ora and greetings from the other side of the world!
There’s an air of dignity about everything the brewery does, and it is easy to see why it is so revered by lovers of British beer culture.
I love it when a plan comes together.
We make our way into a small snug room and find a pub seemingly frozen in time.
This historic watering hole dates from as far back as the 1820s and is a firm favourite in these parts.
This former Victorian gatehouse has become a haven for many a weary traveller.
The brewery is heaving with people, but the standard of service never drops, and nor do the smiles on the faces of the waiting staff.
“I set out to navigate Milan’s subway network in search of an authentic Italian beer experience.”
Sipping on the golden nectar straight from the source is a transformative experience.
The region’s producers are increasingly turning to oak to add a local dimension or added complexity to their beers.
There are great times to be had and stories to be told in every corner of this magical county.
“In my job I’ve been lucky to travel to festivals all over the world, and ours was one of the best."
With the number of breweries in London continuing to soar, we explore how the rise of the taproom has changed the way in which beer is consumed in the capital
Join me for a laid back afternoon of beer and tacos.
The light and citrusy sauce really lifts the salmon, whilst the dry saison cuts through the fatty fish.
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