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Meet Drinks Industry Experts at the inaugural International Drink Expo

Beer Day Britain has partnered with International Drinks Expo #IDE19 at London’s Excel exhibition centre November 19th & 20th. Tickets for the show are FREE. International Drinks Expo is the first trade show dedicated to maximising drinks sales. Click here to register for a free ticket. Your ticket gives you access to over 300 drink producers including breweries, 200 insightful

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International Drinks Expo

Beer Day Britain’s newest partner is the International Drinks Expo on November 19th & 20th 2019 at London’s Excel exhibition centre. It’s a hub for beverage innovation and tickets are free. They give access to number of beer exhibitors, a plethora of other drinks suppliers, seminars, expert-led panel sessions, live demos and lots of networking. Sign up for your free

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Water

WATER People who complain when it rains are not looking at the positive. People who complain when it rains are not looking at the positive – all that water helps barley and hops to grow! It also fills Britain’s reservoirs, streams and springs meaning that brewers have a ready source of the most fundamental ingredient in beer. Beer is composed

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Hops

HOPS Humulus lupulus or ‘wolf of the woods’ to use its Latin name is known in English as the hop. Humulus lupulus or ‘wolf of the woods’ to use its Latin name is known in English as the hop. Hops are herbaceous perennial climbing plants. The flowers contain oils which, depending on the variety bestows aroma, flavour, and/or bitterness to

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Yeast

YEAST If you drink beer then you will be familiar with Saccharomyces cerevisiae a species of yeast with a penchant for sugar. If you drink beer then you will be familiar with Saccharomyces cerevisiae a species of yeast with a penchant for sugar. With beer that sugar is derived from malted cereal.  Yeast is a magician that creates alcohol from

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Malt

MALT Beer is made by fermenting the sugar from malted cereals, usually barley.  Beer is made by fermenting the sugar from malted cereals, usually barley.  It takes approximately 2000 grains of malted barley to make one pint of beer.  A brewer can make beer without hops but they cannot make it without malt!  Malt is the shorthand for ‘malted cereal’. 

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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy This Privacy Policy together with our Terms of Service sets out how we will collect and process your personal data. References to “we”, “us” and “our” refer to Beer Day Britain to “you” and “your” are to you, the Website user. By visiting www.BeerDayBritain.co.uk  (the “Website”) you are accepting the terms of this Privacy Policy. If you do

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Best on Trade Independent Craft Beer Promotion

The winner of the Best On Trade Independent Craft Beer Promotion is @BeerDayBritain! Judges loved the way in which this grass-roots campaign could, on a small budget, have a far reaching and important impact on promoting the joys of independent craft beer across the UK. #BeerXUK

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Beer Tourism

Beer Tourism Take your pick of beer tourism in Britain – there is a plethora of beer tasting pub tours, brewery tours, beer weeks, beer festivals, ale trails, rail ale, museums with beer artefacts, and countless ancient pubs and taverns to explore. Historic London Pub Tour and Beer Tasting Jane Peyton’s private tour of Historic London Pubs & Beer Tasting

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