Beers of the World

World Beers Case

Save 10% on a cracking case of beer selected from our range of  famous beers from all around the world.  These are some of the most notable beers from around the world. The best beer from America, European and the Rest of the world.

Beers of the World

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fusion wins at Mondial de la Biere.

Platinum Fusion!

a note from Brewer, Justin Hawke – rightly celebrating this great achievement!

“One of the biggest beer festivals in the world is taking place in Montreal
at the moment – Mondial de la Biere.  We were one of seven breweries
selected to showcase UK talent.  There are over 600 beers there, including a
competition.  Three Platinum medals were awarded in total, one of which we
won with Fusion.  Too bad there are only 700 bottles a year!  Better pop
something special to celebrate.

Moor brewery, down in deepest darkest Somerset is brewing some of the best beer in the UK – as with a recent expansion in brewhouse capacity and beers being available in the M&B estate – look out for these flavour forward, hop heavenly and delectable brews.

You can buy Moor Beer, at Beermerchants.com  (including both vintages of Fusion!)

kernel brewery and the bigger picture.

A little ramble.

Beer… kernel brewery. What’s left to be said. Awesome beer? Done that. Evin is a cool chap? You know that. we’ve got more in, and more to come on line this week, news of sorts.

Quite honestly, having just seen Evin for a coffee, (now testing the capabilities of blogging from my phone, could be revolutionary, or not), I realised it’s been nearly two years since we met for the first time, thru @alsothings (Ben Fields. Good Homebrewer, btw) – it’s great to see a brewery really take traction and grow despite all the BS that government and society throws at the beer industry.

Once being in a brewhouse that recently won a bunch of awards, not to far from Kernel, we have spent a long time gnawing on the bone that is contemporary “craft” brewing, and having just had a rather cool trip up the west coast of the US, sampling the odd beer, here and there… I am starting to wonder if actually we have (the UK) one of the best beer scenes in the world… Genuinely so. Not some media hyped Bs.

For those of us that think there is too much ordinary brown beer? Tbh, don’t worry. There is too much industrial low end “lager”, yes. (There is also some fair to good lager about, Vedett, Cristal and even one of my all time faves Augustiner Helles) but, the interesting and interest in that interesting stuff is getting more and more, better and better…

So, for all the moguls that various outside entities throw at us, call it a little bit “triumph against adversity” – I think As a whole we’re (the angle most of us work from) is going well… Keep it up. Hopefully we’ll see more success akin to Evin’s and others in due course…

I just hope that the government will see sense and leave us alone for a good few years. I also expect hell to freeze over.

Meandery ramble over. thoughts please…

Ps: Buy Kernel Beer online here.

Mikkeller

mikkeller

just arrived!

super special beers, needing little introduction, rarer than the proverbial but some of the best beers in the world.

Mikkeller

The story of Mikkeller is the story of two young homebrewers, who in a few years went from hobby brewing at home in the kitchen to national and international recognition. Since August 2007 Mikkel Borg Bjergsø has run Mikkeller on his own. The success is partly due to the brewerys focus on creating challenging beers that test the boundaries and where quality always comes before quantity. In other words, uncompromising beer. The brewery want to challenge the Danes’ taste buds with intense taste adventures, and some of the inspiration is found on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean where the American breweries aren’t afraid to play and break all the rules.

Mikkeller wants to provoke some of this inventiveness in Danish beer brewing, so why not show the way?

Buy Mikkeller Beer in the UK

chimay and orval

Wow, what a few weeks. Orval, Chimay, new breweries in France, and then the GBBF, not to mention the Pre-GBBF events, new American brews and much much more…

When I first came on board to help promote and develop Beermerchants.com never once in my craziest of dreams did I think I might get to go and wander around the classical pillars of the world of beer. Yes, ok, I have been to a few breweries on the winding road, but recently I have had the absolute screaming pleasure of visiting the breweries of Chimay and Orval, and one in France that I am sure you’ll hear more of in time. I will say the last few weeks, and perhaps months – life has been on the left side of left field, not that I am complaining – I  would just love you all to have seen what I have seen over the past few weeks – so here goes… Continue reading