Deva Craft Beer: Best of British Beer Fest

It’s been a busy year for Deva Craft Beer. They were named Best Local Brewery in Chester Beer Awards (well done), and the Best New Brewery in Cheshire by Rate Beer (double well done). The brewery also took over the old Kash Bar premises in February and that’s been a haven for their outrageously hopped... Continue Reading →


Pub Review: Craft & Company, Chester

If you didn’t hear about the opening of a new craft beer place in Chester – don’t worry, neither did we. Apparently, what they did was just clean up and completely refurb the old Politic and open their doors. They didn’t need to make much noise about themselves – they were busy immediately as the... Continue Reading →

Blueball Brewery open day

Of course it’s under a railway arch. Where else would it be? I’ve had the pleasure of drinking my bodyweight in beer in the original Kash, Kash 22 which eventually followed and now I can add Kash 33 on that list as well. What’s Kash 33? Well, it’s what it all was always about. This... Continue Reading →

Chester Charity Beer Festival 2017

It’s over for another year and we already miss it! This year the Chester Charity Beer Festival was bigger and better than its predecessors and make no mistake – it was a belter.     First held in 1989, this is probably one of, if not the longest serving beer festival in Chester… and arguably... Continue Reading →

Beer Without Fear, May session

So last night it was that time of the month again – time to taste outrageous beer in good company in the form of Beer Without Fear. This onslaught to your senses is a monthly beer tasting in the Cellar Bar which aims to serve you the most bonkers, insane and intense beers from around the world... Continue Reading →

April BrewBarn day at Spitting Feathers

So Saturday the sun was shining, the beer was flowing and the music was a-playing. The conditions were pretty good for the Spitting Feathers BrewBarn day at the brewery, and they rose to the occasion. Here's how it works: the day starts at 2.00pm sharp and finishes around 6.00pm. You pay £25 per head and this is... Continue Reading →

Travel Blog: Craft Beer in Berlin

  Berlin’s beer roots are deep in the ground. I mean, Germany is a beer country – and they take their beer very seriously. They even have a 500-year-old Beer Purity Law which says that only hops, barley, yeast and water can be used to make Germany's favourite drink, of which they have over 5,500... Continue Reading →

Beer Without Fear – March session

Beer Without Fear is a clever concept. It’s a monthly beer tasting  in the Cellar Bar which aims to serve you the most bonkers, insane and intense beers from around the world in 6 tries. Two judges go head to head presenting 3 beer each and in the end the beer tasters vote for their... Continue Reading →

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