Tipsy Tribe: beer and spirits

  Tipsy Tribe in Koekelberg, Brussels combines a craft brewery with distilling, making it a first in the city says owners Daniel and Aylin Fastenau. They...

Liz Pratt: the art of sensory perception

Liz Pratt is a sensory specialist based in Amsterdam. The Beer Idiots interviewed Liz on how brewers with a small budget can use sensory...

Wallonia: the long road south

Paul Davies of AleHunters, and the UK ambassador for the Beer Idiot's Belgium Beer Week, writes about a trip through Belgium's Wallonia, and visits to some of the region's brewers and bars.

John Brauer: state of the European brewing sector

John Brauer, Director of the European Brewery Convention (EBC), talks about the state of the European beer sector at the Brewers Forum 2023 in Prague.

Senne Eylenbosch and the Boerenerf way of geuze

  At the Eylenbosch family farm in Huizingen, Senne Eylenbosch is blending geuzes that in two years have become a cult favourite among the lambic...

Anspach & Hobday: a decade of craft

The Beer Idiots talked with Jack Hobday of Anspach & Hobday on the state of the British craft beer scene post-Covid.

The Brewers of Europe: state of the beer sector

Pierre-Olivier Bergeron, Secretary General of The Brewers of Europe talks about current trends in the beer sector, the recovery from COVID-19 lockdowns, and dealing with the current energy and supply disruption.

Walk on the Wild Side | Oud Bruin Fest

  Towards the end of last year Paul Davies, the founder of AleHunters Brewery Tours, made the trip to Brouwerij ‘t Verzet in Anzegem, Belgium. Why?...

Zichovec: Czechia’s family brewer

Adam Huml of Zichovec brewery in Louny, Czechia talks about the micro-brewery, where constant growth since the first brew in 2010 has catapulted it...

Gravity Brewing: Budapest pioneer

Greg Kieckhefer, founder of Gravity Brewing in Budapest, Hungary talks about founding the micro-brewery in 2021 and the budding craft beer scene in the country.