You can read examples of a handful of my beer-related work by clicking on the links, highlighted in bold:
An overview of the craft beer scene in Calgary, Alberta. Published by Great British Chefs, the feature examines why Calgary has such a vibrant craft beer scene and includes insights from several people involved in the brewing industry in Alberta.
Here’s an overview of the Toer de Geuze in the Pajottenland district near Brussels, Belgium. The event is held once every two years and sees breweries in the region open their doors to members of the public.
This story is about the Bavarian Reinheitsgebot (Beer Purity Law) of 1516, which has subsequently been adapted and is applied across Germany. It dictates which ingredients may be used in brewing beer.
Here is the story of Seef beer, a style of Belgian ale made with buckwheat. It was popular in and around Antwerp prior to the outbreak of World War One. Brewer Johan Van Dyck tells the story of the beer style and how he tracked down a historic recipe to recreate the it.
If you’d like to see more, please feel free to contact me by calling 07947 587136.
I’m based in the North East of England. If your business is based in the region and you’d like to get in touch to discuss your brewery or your products then by all means give me a call.