We probably won’t be blogging this week while we’re on the road carrying out research and interviews in Sheffield, Leeds, York, Derbyshire and maybe Manchester, too.
If you find yourself twitching for a blog post to read with your morning coffee, during lunch at your desk, or on the bog, here are few recommendations from earlier in the year:
- What we thought of the pubs on the Isles of Scilly. (29 May 2013)
- Our most recent selection of ‘long reads’. (16 May 2013)
- The moment Guinness became a monster. (11 May 2013)
- What did John Lennon really say about beer? (4 April 2013)
- CAMRA’s image problem: beer bellies or blazers? (19 March 2013)
- Boozing in Bolton in the nineteen-thirties (book review) (17 March 2013)
Elsewhere in the Blogoshire, why not have a look at these:
- Des de Moor on San Francisco’s Anchor Brewery and the birth of craft beer. (Long!)
- Ron Pattinson’s memories of the beer at his wedding in East Germany twenty-five years ago.
- Pivni Filosof asks how important it is to know anything at all about beer.
- An excellent interview with Evin O’Riordain from Kernel by the Evening Brews. (Also long!)
- Analysis, or rather criticism, of the Brewdog Equity for Punks scheme from Allgates Brewery.
See you on the other side!