Adrian Tierney-Jones scouts out the best beers and the best bars in the French capital
Zak Avery leads us on a beer tour of Copenhagen, Denmark's capital city.
Going against the grain
If you're a coeliac or have a gluten intolerance, then you have to avoid cereals like wheat and barley. But what happens if you're a beer lover? Daniel Cooper reports.
A fishy tale
Daniel Cooper finds out about the use of isinglass finings in brewing.
Braised Sank of Lune Valley Lamb with Marston's Old Empire Gravy
Dragon at Tarvin - Marston's Pub Company Serves 4 people METHOD Roll the lamb in seasoned flour. Sear and brown in a deep casserole dish.
Germany - All around the world
Planning a trip to the World Cup? Richard Jones provides a guide as to what to drink and eat
Australia - The brewers of Oz
For years we've been told that Australians wouldn't give a XXX
Western Europe - Beer from wine country
Although better associated with grape than grain, the nations of France, Spain, Italy and Portugal still have much to offer the beer lover. Richard Jones reports
North West: Still very much a family affair
The North-West of England is still a healthy area for quality beer. Andrew Catchpole picks out the best buys
Och aye the brew (Scotland)
Scotland has undergone a beer revolution in the last decade. Ben McFarland looks at what is on offer
Where the heart is (Central England)
Dominic Roskrow sees what's brewing in Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire
Liverpool brewery Cains seemed to be going nowhere fast until two brothers turned it on its head. Andrew Catchpole reports
Hail to the King (Greene King)
Greene King has grown from its Suffolk base to become a national company. Dominic Roskrow went to Bury St Edmunds to rediscover its roots
The heart of Hampshire (Ringwood)
This year is a crucial one for Ringwood Brewery in Hampshire, marking the start of a new era. Dominic Roskrow reports
Wychwood branches out
Marston's is eating up outstanding British regional breweries faster than Beers of the World can visit them. But could this guarantee the future of some of England's best premium ales? Dominic Roskrow...
Brewing in the bard's back yard
As well as being Shakespeare's old stomping ground, the West Midlands is one of England's most important regions as far as brewing history is concerned, but what's the status today? Dominic Roskrow re...