L-R: Head Brewer Darren James, Vicky Guy, Sarah Mann, Rowena Garland and St Austell Brewery’s brewing director Roger Ryman

Bath Ales on track for May 2018 opening

By Michelle Perrett

Bath Ales, the St Austell-owned brewery, has had 12 new fermenting vessels lifted into place as part of its new multi-million pound brewery.

Novel process for craft breweries

Novel process for craft breweries

A novel process for craft breweries has been developed to "revolutionise" conventional lautering – where mash is separated into the clear liquid wort and residual grain – through a new method of continuous separation and extraction of the mash.

Fourpure installs skid-mounted brewery system

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Fourpure installs skid-mounted brewery system

By Rick Pendrous

Food and drink processing equipment supplier GEA is to install its first UK Craft-Star skid-mounted brewing system at the craft brewer Fourpure Brewing Co in Bermondsey, London as part of a £2M project that will see production capacity increase by 400%...

Brewery Tom Woods Beers has entered into administration after failing to pay its creditors

Independent brewery falls into administration

By James Ridler

An independent brewery has fallen into administration, after failing to pay back its creditors as part of a finance deal known as a Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA).

Beavertown brewery installed an ICS Cool Energy temperature system

Brewer chills out with high quality beers

By Rick Pendrous

Beavertown Brewery, a fast-growing London craft brewery, is making use of high-performance temperature control systems from ICS Cool Energy to meet its cooling requirements.

Maltster Bairds upgrades its Inverness drive systems

Maltster Bairds upgrades its Inverness drive systems

By Rick Pendrous

Bairds Malt, which operates six malt houses across England and Scotland, supplying 250,000t of malt a year to the brewing and distillery sectors, has upgraded the drive systems at its processing facility in Inverness with the help of the Gibbons Engineering...

A 1840s shipwreck could unearth benefits for modern day brewers

New yeasts could boost lager brewing

By Nicholas Robinson

Scientists behind the recreation of a 170-year-old shipwrecked beer in 2014 have developed hybrid lager yeasts in a bid to bring new flavours and quicker production techniques to the brewing industry.


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