Modern British Beer Box & Special Tasting with Matthew Curtis, author of Modern British Beer


Limited time offer: Orders taken until 30th June.

To celebrate the publication of Modern British Beer by award winning writer and photographer Matthew Curtis we have put together a beer box of five and a tasting glass.

All purchases of the Modern British Beer box will also come with an invitation to an online tasting event to celebrate the publication of the book. This event will take place via Zoom over two dates-  12th/19th August from 7-9pm. All purchasers will be informed of login details closer to the publication date of August 12th.

Five specially selected beers and a tasting glass to highlight the influential and excellent Modern British Beer scene.

  1. Fyne Ales — Jarl
  2. Duration — Bet the Farm
  3. Boxcar — Dark Mild
  4. Lost and Grounded — Keller Pils
  5. Marble — Lagonda

+ tasting glass

If you really want to make it special why not add the book Modern British Beer for only £10!

Select the Modern British Beer Box, Tasting & Book below.

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About The Author

Matthew Curtis

Matthew Curtis

Matthew Curtis is a freelance writer and photographer based in Manchester, England. He specialises in writing about beer, pubs and the culture that stems from them, and has written for various publications including Vittles, Novara Media, BEER, Ferment and Good Beer Hunting. In 2019, he founded online magazine and podcast Pellicle with his friend Jonathan Hamilton, for which he is editor-in-chief. Born in Lincoln, Matthew grew up in rural Lincolnshire before attending the University of Teesside in Middlesbrough, after which he relocated to London where he lived for 15 years while discovering his enthusiasm for all things beer. In 2020 he relocated to Manchester, where he fell in love with the city, and its rich beer and pub culture. He is the author of An Opinionated Guide to London Pubs (Hoxton Mini Press, 2021) and Modern British Beer (CAMRA Books, 2021). His latest book, Manchester's Best Beer, Pubs and Bars (CAMRA Books), is due to be released in October 2023.