Selling out, and other bad words

Today, there was some news that everybody knew was coming. Despite denials and backlash for around a month, we’ve all kindof known that B-town were getting into some sort of investment opp with Heineken. I don’t even know why I knew that. I guess I’m on Beer Twitter too much. It’s lovely to report that […]

Stropping off: Wetherspoon’s decision to quit social media

I’ve decided to call any company’s snap decision to quit social media as “stropping off”, a term that simultaneously combines the banal act of logging off from social media with being loud about your reasons for doing it in an entirely tiresome way. Wetherspoon’s Tim has decided it’s their prerogative to be the first in […]

Craft Beer in Burnley: Moorhouse’s Rebrand

“Brewed in the shadows of Pendle Hill” says the crisp new strapline, branded indelibly into Moorhouse’s well-worn hide. For years, the Burnley brewery has enjoyed steady business with a loyal and local customer base who would never dream of straying from their beloved Premier. Now, with margins squeezing every last drop of profit from wet […]

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