Drinking outside the box

Tierney-Jones, Adrian
May 2013
Publican's Morning Advertiser;5/9/2013, Issue 101, p36
Trade Publication
In this article, Adrian Tierney-Jones, regional brewer from Great Britain, reveals the plans of regional brewers. He mentions that these brewers are releasing a range of imaginative brews associated with craft brewers. He further names such brewers as the Brains Craft Brewery that share a nationwide presence and are making efforts to bring changes to the beer they provide.


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