192,559 CAMRA members
Menu

Learn & Discover

Learn & Discover

Choosing beer for different occasions

You might be in the mood for a muscular Best Bitter, or a brooding, midnight-black Imperial Stout as you cosy up with a loved one on a cold winter’s night, or perhaps you fancy a crisp and briskly amiable lager while hanging out with friends on a sunny afternoon. Whatever avenue your desire takes you down, whatever the occasion, discover more about choosing a beer for your occasion with Adrian Tierney-Jones as he leads you through a selection of beers featured in his book United Kingdom of Beer. 

Adrian Tierney-Jones 

Award-winning journalist and writer who specialises in beer, pubs, food and travel and how they all go together. Chairman of judges for the World Beer Awards. 

Cider blending & maturation: Pt. 1

A CAMRA Learn & Discover video guide

In this 2 part series on cider blending and maturation, Bill Bradshaw guides us through a series of conversations with some of the foremost blenders at the zenith of the cider-makers craft. The kind of ciders that find us at the bottom of an empty glass, savouring the moment and dreaming of what led us there. This series features Tom Oliver of Oliver’s Cider, founders of Little Pomona cider, James and Susanna Forbes, founders of Find and Foster fine ciders, Mat and Polly Hilton and retired biochemist, cider maker and veteran of Long Ashton Research Station (the National Fruit and Cider Institute), Andrew Lea. (This video features robust language in praise of cider).

Adrian Tierney-Jones 

 

Award-winning journalist and writer who specialises in beer, pubs, food and travel and how they all go together. 

“The perfect companion for discovering a beer for a memorable moment.”

 Adrian Tierney-Jones

“Somehow, against all the odds, some 30 of these family-owned breweries have survived..”

 

— Roger Protz

JOIN CAMRA

Or LOG IN for unlimited access to Learn & Discover

JOIN CAMRA

Or JOIN CAMRA for unlimited access to Learn & Discover

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This
X
X