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.
Cains Double Bock Beer
85A dangerously easy-drinking strong lager with clean, full flavours and excellent balance. A terrific addition to the everexpanding range of beers from Liverpool's biggest brewery.
Wye Valley Morgan Centenary Ale
75A straight down the middle, bottle-conditioned beer, with no real highlight features yet an excellent balance throughout. The freshness and fullness of flavour make it very enjoyable. Brewed to mark t...
Beer has a future with food
Increasingly people are experimenting with flavours and serving food with beer. Ben McFarland introduces our food column
Beer off a duck's back
Can beer really hack it at the poshest of dinner tables? Ben McFarland books into tthe three Michelin star eaterie Fat Duck and finds out
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
Capital combinations (London)
Where in London can you eat good food and drink great beer at the same time? Ben McFarland found out
A very British dish
Few things are as well matched as beer and curry, but is it as simple as that? Sally Toms finds out
Pale and Interesting
Our panel of experts give you their take on what to munch with pale ale.
Truly madly Munich
Relaxing with a few beers – oh, and maybe a chicken – is part of the Bavarian way of life for men and women, young and old. Andrew Burnyeat reports
Still cock of the North
Manchester might have lost its 'cream' in the form of Boddingtons Brewery, but the self styled 'Capital of the North' remains a prime destination for beer lovers writes Richard Jones.
Adrian Tierney-Jones scouts out the best beers and the best bars in the French capital
Birra! Birra! Birra!
Adrian Tierney-Jones takes a beer lover's tour of Milan, a great base to explore Italy's burgeoning beer scene.
Ales from the riverbank
John Westlake embarks on a beer journey in Belgrade.
Everything you need to know about... hops
In the first of a series on the brewing of beer Nigel Huddleston looks at the role of the hop
Everything you need to know about... fruit
In the latest in our series Nigel Huddleston looks at the role fruit can play in the production of quality beers from around the world
Everything you need to know about cask conditioning
In the latest in our series Nigel Huddleston looks at the role of the cask in production
Everything you need to know about cereals
In the latest in our series Nigel Huddleston considers grains other than barley that can be used in beer
Everything you need to know about...cans
This issue, Nigel Huddleston looks at the history of the humble can
How to set up your own micro brewery
We've all thought about it...Nigel Huddleston shows us the way
A day in the life of a brewer
Just what do they get up to all day? We sent Glynn Davis to find out.
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.
How low can you go?
Daniel Cooper tackles the subject of low and no alcohol beer, and how they are made.
Blood sugar blues
Daniel Cooper looks at the problems faced by diabetic beer lovers.
The culture club
Alice Whitehead explores the importance of yeast by taking a walk around the National Collection of Yeast Cultures.
Brought to you by Beers of the World and the Craft Brewing Association ww.craftbrewing.org.uk Ever fancied making your own beer but don't really know how? Over the coming issues, experienced home brew...
The nitro-keg revolution
Daniel Cooper discusses the use of nitrogen gas in beer – abhorred by some, loved by others.
Czech Republic: It's Czech, mate
The beers of the Czech Republic have long been revered but in recent years they have become widely available, too. Are they still as good? Ben McFarland reports
Japan - Land of the rising sun
Although the big brewers still dominate, new regional brewers are springing up all the time, reports Andrew Burnyeat
The Netherlands - Dutch courage
The Netherlands has had a rough ride from beer aficionados but is it really that bad? Dominic Roskrow reports
Thailand - Ice Cold in Asia
Andrew Catchpole visits the Boon Rawd brewery in Bangkok, birthplace of the successful Thai lager – Singha
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 Baltics - Baltic blitz
The Eastern European countries of Lithuania, Estonia, Poland and Latvia are still producing some exciting beers. Adrian Tierney-Jones reports
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
Belgium - Beer country
Charles D cook explores Belgium, the ultimate destination for any beer fan.
The Netherlands - Beer in the Netherlands
Des de Moor shows that the Dutch have more to offer than just Grolsch and Heineken
The Baltics - Eurostars
Adrian Tierney-Jones gives us the low down on some exciting Baltic countries producing excellent beers.
Belgium - Celebrating café culture
Charles D cook explores Belgium's legendary beer culture by revealing some of the best beer cafés.
Czech Republic: World famous
Local man Lubomir Sedlak gives us the lowdown on beer drinking and beer culture in the Czech Republic.
East Anglia: Full of Eastern promise
East Anglia has emerged from the shadow of one large brewer and is producing some of Britain's most exciting beers. Andrew Burnyeat reports
Och aye the brew (Scotland)
Scotland has undergone a beer revolution in the last decade. Ben McFarland looks at what is on offer
Border brews (Cumbria and Northumberland)
Adrian Tierney-Jones discovers the beers of England's most northerly counties, Cumbria and Northumberland
Putting the ales into Wales
Jeff Evans discovers the beers and breweries of Wales
Treasures of the north west
In this issue Dominic Roskrow looks at the family brewers of Manchester as well as Lancashire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside
Dominic Roskrow gets to grips with the breweries of Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex and Kent.
Treasures of the North East
There's a lot of very good beer produced between Berwick upon Tweed and Middlesbrough, writes Alastair Gilmour.
Star of the East (Adnams)
Few breweries dominate their locality the way Adnams does in Southwold. Adrian Tierney-Jones visited it
Marston's of the universe
Pete Brown visits Marston's Brewery in Burton upon Trent home of the legendary Burton Unions.
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...
Scotland's biggest little brewery
Ben McFarland visits Harviestoun, a brewery at the forefront of craft brewing in Scotland.