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The Ocelot checked out Oxford’s latest Scandi café, Skogen Kitchen

All it took was a solo trip to Copenhagen to be completely taken by the Scandinavian lifestyle - there’s a reason the Danes in...

It’s time to go back to beer school: Our Beer columnist celebrates the rise...

By Brewery Bird With the welcome resurgence of cask beer over the past three decades and the number of micro-breweries continuing to rise past a...

FESTIVAL GUIDE: A history of falafel – “As a fest food it ticks all...

With the festival season fast approaching, we will soon be hitting peak falafel. As a fest food it...

Brews and Eats Special: Hop Kettle Swindon brew their a-game

It’s a common misconception that Swindon lacks good watering holes. Old Town is slowly, and finally, on the rise but you can feel there is...

Brewery Bird’s Festive Beer guide

Ok, so November might seem a bit keen in terms of Chrimbo pressie ideas, but tis only one payday away for some, so why...

Food review: Los Gatos – “like going to Spain… minus the travel costs”

Do you have that restaurant where, no matter how many times you’ve been, you will always just keep going back? I won’t lie, there are...

Devizes Festival of Winter Ales – beer, food and some singing…

Brace yourselves, it’s time for the annual Devizes Festival of Winter Ales!  The event, which will take place...

All hail bubble and squeak! – “a truly universal dish”

If you dig a pond, you will at some point find frogs in it. And if you...

To fine or not to fine? Brewery Bird presents both sides of the fining...

Ask the average ale drinker if she or he knows what finings are and you’re likely to receive one of two responses: “It’s the...

Suicidal Monks, Dirty Habits and Mash Tun Mayhem!

A Blog by Brewery Bird Deep in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, on a farm in Hullavington (approx. six miles south of Malmesbury), it's 7.30am...
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