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'Low And No' To Extreme Craft: The Drink Trends For 2019

Sober millennials mean the alcohol industry has to innovate to tempt consumers to the bar [more...]The latest trends in drink innovation delivered to your email. Subscribe to our...  more »

From ice cream to beer: why everything is being flavoured with fried chicken

The fast food favourite has emerged as an oddball food trend over the last few years, much to the delight of enthusiastic chicken heads The world of fried chicken has included...  more »

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The 50 best breakfast places in the UK

Market House , Altrincham Manchester's restaurant scene is undergoing a massive upheaval. Yet, despite an influx of hip London brands and several new, Michelin-coveting...  more »

10/23/2015

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Tags: CoffeeSource: www.theguardian.com

A chemistry teacher's guide to the perfect cup of coffee

Sometimes you just want a caffeine hit to wake you up, but if you appreciate the finer points of a cup of coffee, it's worth going right down to the chemistry of the water, milk,...  more »

06/01/2015

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Tags: CocktailsSource: www.theguardian.com

Why the block of ice in your cocktail glass is as important as the booze you choose

Top bartenders are spending big on ice machines, giant ice blocks and tools to cut ice. In Melbourne, at Bar Americano and the Everleigh on Gertrude Street, they have their own...  more »

05/01/2015

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Japanese whisky is taking on Scotch - and winning | Empire of drinks

Why a Japanese tipple could topple the Scots' top drop Whisky traditionalists will be in for a shock when they visit the Highlander Inn at Craigellachie. For, alongside an...  more »

03/16/2015

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Tags: BeerSource: www.theguardian.com

Craft ale 2.0: which are the best new-wave British breweries?

This is a golden age for British beer, as a second generation of craft brewers is welcomed with open mouths. But who is the new toast of UK brewing. What a week it is to be alive,...  more »

09/15/2014

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Tags: BeerSource: www.theguardian.com

The rise of canned beer: anyone fancy a tinnie?

For many, the words "canned beer" conjure images of fizzy, tasteless lager enjoyed on park benches and at overcrowded music festivals - a far cry from the quality ales that pass...  more »

08/28/2014

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The science of mixing mind-blowing cocktails

David E Embury was a lawyer, cocktail enthusiast and all-round stickler. Incredulous that people thought they could serve "any haphazard conglomeration of spirituous liquors,...  more »

08/13/2014

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Tags: Beer, Cider, NewsSource: www.theguardian.com

The craft beer revolution: how hops got hip

Creative young brewers and radical flavours have made people excited about beer again. But does craft beer live up to the hype and will it change Britain's pint-swilling culture....  more »

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