Beer is brewed in almost every country of the world, and if we have tasted it then it will appear under its country of production.
68A golden lager with a pleasant aroma and a fair hop character but otherwise not especially appealing.
73An everyday quaffing lager, pleasant without being particularly exciting.
75Named after the overdramatic Netherlands word for a hamster (literally ‘corn wolf'), this Dutch beer combines four different cereals in its mass and is laced with elder flowers as well as coriander ...
68Lots of taste and an interesting emphasis on bitterness for a Dutch lager, but it could be cleaner.
Perfect Partners (Cheese & Beer)
Cheese is far more compatible with beer than wine, so why don't we serve the two together more? Ben McFarland goes on a road test
Be bold with beer
There's nothing wrong with a quality lager as an accompaniment to Indian food, but as Ben McFarland reports, there are other options
Top of the chocs (Beer & Chocolate)
Ben McFarland gets all gooey at a beer and chocolate tasting
A salt on the senses (Beer & Seafood)
Beer can make a great accompaniment to salty seafood. Ben McFarland reports
Beer vs wine
Beer and wine go head to head at the Ra!n Bar in Manchester, at an event organised by JW Lees brewery. Sally Toms was there.
Kolsch on the menu
Our panel of experts look at Kolschbier from Cologne, and what best to eat with it to pick out those delicate flavours.
Germany - Read Alt about it (Altbiers)
Altbiers are the dark, top-fermented ales popular in Düsseldorf and the Rhineland, as Adrian Tierney-Jones reports
The Netherlands - Beer in the Netherlands
Des de Moor shows that the Dutch have more to offer than just Grolsch and Heineken
Czech Republic - Thank you for the pilsner
The Czech Republic gave the world its most popular beer style. Alastair Gilmour sends his thanks
Far from Middling (East Midlands)
Several regions of Britain could lay claim to be its most fertile beer producer. One of the least celebrated is the East Midlands. Dominic Roskrow grew up there