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Black Friday Offer

This Black Friday is one to remember. We are offering up to 40% off selected items from essential cleaning chemicals, delivery equipment, yeasts and many more. Below is a list of what’s on...

Updated Brexit communications for European customers

Dear European Customers, We thought we would take the time to inform you of the current changes we are aware of as a result of Brexit negotiations and COVID 19. We are currently progressing with...

Murphy Distilling products- smarter, better, faster and lasts longer.

Murphy & Son has worked alongside brewers, cider makers, wine producers and distillers for over 130 years creating new and innovative beverage styles. Alongside free consultation we have...

Guest Blogger: Charles Faram- ‘Keeping it local and saving the planet!’

Words by Paul Corbett -Managing Director of Charles Faram & Co Ltd We all love the great flavours of hops grown in the USA, Slovenia and New Zealand. What’s not to like? Many will say that the...

Guest Blogger: Lallemand-Sour beers made easy

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Service Update: Payments in advanced

We will no longer be able to take cash or card payments on site at Alpine Street for collections. To ensure the safety of our customers and staff at this time, we are encouraging all payments to be...

Guest Blogger: Simpsons Malt- “Why does UK barley make such good malt?”

We are regularly asked the following question by our overseas brewing customers: “What’s so special about UK malt?” One of the main factors is the UK-grown barley that we use and, in this blog,...

Managing Carbon Dioxide and Dissolved Oxygen

Oxygen quickly makes the transition from essential to detrimental during the brewing process. It is required in the early stages so that yeast can generate more biomass and ensure it is in top...

How to Bottle Condition Beer

Key points which can be taken away from this blog: There are many points during the brewing and packaging process where variability can cause inconsistency in the final product. These variables can...