Britain’s Beer Revolution

UK brewing has seen unprecedented growth in the last decade. Breweries of all shapes and sizes are flourishing and the range of home-grown beers available in pubs and shops has never been so diverse.

CAMRA have spoken to key figures in British brewing – hop growers, maltsters, brewers, pub owners and critics – to celebrate Britain’s Beer Revolution.

Adrian Tierney-Jones and Roger Protz won the British Guild of Beer Writers silver award for Best Beer & Travel Writer 2015 for Britain’s Beer Revolution.

 

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About The Author

Adrian Tierney-Jones

Adrian Tierney-Jones

Adrian has been writing books since 2002 when he started with West Country Ales — since then his books have included The Big Book of Beer , Great British Pubs, Britain’s Beer Revolution (co-written with Roger Protz), World Bottled Beers, London and his latest, The Seven Moods of Craft Beer in which he asserts that beers have their own mood that can match the drinker’s.

Roger Protz

Roger Protz

ROGER PROTZ is a campaigner and broadcaster and the author of more than 25 books about beer and brewing. He was the editor of CAMRA's market-leading Good Beer Guide for over two decades and has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the British Guild of Beer Writers and the Society of Independent Brewers.

Roger appears regularly in the media and in 2016 was the subject of a BBC 4 Food Show special. He gives frequent talks and beer tastings at events in the UK and has also lectured at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC and Beer Expo in Melbourne, Australia.

Roger’s updates and comments on the brewing industry can be read on his website, www.protzonbeer.co.uk, and you can follow him on Twitter @RogerProtzBeer.

His most recent title Family Brewers of Britain is a lavishly illustrated guide to the contribution made to brewing by the family brewers of Britain. With hundreds of years of history and millions of pints of beer lovers ale it is a celebration of the importance of heritage, tradition and the personalities that have shaped our brewing industry.

Available to order here - Family Brewers of Britain

UK brewing has seen unprecedented growth in the last decade. Breweries of all shapes and sizes are flourishing and the range of home-grown beers available in pubs and shops has never been so diverse. British beer consumers have never had it so good and, headed by real ale, a ‘craft’ beer revolution is sweeping the country. With input from key figures in British brewing – hop growers, maltsters, brewers, pub owners and critics – to celebrate Britain’s Beer Revolution. These experts look behind the beer labels and shine a spotlight on what makes British beer so good. National and regional brewers applying generations of tradition in new ways rub shoulders with new micro-brewers. In addition twists on popular classic beers jostle for space at the bar with innovative new masterpieces. Everyone featured in the book is dedicated to one thing… revolutionary British beer. ‘Britain’s Beer Revolution is an informative look at Britain’s best breweries. Roger Protz and Adrian Tierney-Jones remind us that British brewers are constantly innovating, ensuring that British beer lovers have far more choice and variety then they ever had before.’ Martin Morse Wooster – American Brewer magazine Adrian Tierney-Jones and Roger Protz won the British Guild of Beer Writers silver award for Best Beer & Travel Writer 2015 for Britain’s Beer Revolution. Watch Roger Protz & Adrian Tierney-Jones discuss the book and British beer
  • Publisher : CAMRA Books (23 Oct. 2014)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 288 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1852493216
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1852493219
  • Dimensions : 17.78 x 2.29 x 23.5 cm