The Articles

  • The trouble with innovation

    October 14, 2017

    For Yvan De Baets, not everything that’s new is good In the Brussels craft beer landscape, Brasserie de la Senne, once the upstart disrupters, now seem more like tribal elders, but they continue to plough their innovative furrow, though soon that’ll be from a brand-new brewery near to the Tour & Taxis site. But Yvan […]

  • The shock of the brew

    October 12, 2017

    Innovation is a term that’s hard to define but impossible to ignore, especially in the brewing world where traditional incumbents are often compared unfavourably to forward-thinking upstarts. Should breweries feel under pressure to be innovative? Is innovation a virtue in itself, or is it something that hinders rather than supports quality beer? And in particular […]

  • Towering inferno

    August 24, 2017

    The beer community pulled together in support of Hof Ten Dormaal after a fire gutted much of the brewery’s infrastructure. Breandán Kearney reports on the salvage operation almost a year on, including a festival dedicated to innovation in beer On 6 January this year, fire destroyed the roof of the Hof Ten Dormaal brewery in […]

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