Read the Craft & Crew (HK Yau) response to the Yardley Brothers opinion piece.
Yardley Brothers share their thoughts on corporate beer trying to horn in on the Hong Kong craft beer scene.
It’s our favourite time of the year again! With so many beer festivals popping up, be sure to keep an eye out for these drinkers. Which one are you?
Huge news for Hong Kong craft beer importers today, with the announcement that Bestbev has acquired the AmeriCraft Imports brand and portfolio.
The trickle-down of long-term misogyny from big beer brands to the craft beer world remains unwantedly prevalent, and it continues to rear its ugly head from time to time. Overcoming this “bro” culture of beer is a long, involved process and thankfully, the vast majority of people in the industry are all about that.
There’s no limit to the number of good beers, but the quality and consistency of brews, as well as the lack of beer experts, are still a concern.
In modern times, it’s generally accepted that a stout can be considered a stronger version of a porter, but there’s no single set of rules that draws a fine line. Chris Wong explains the difference – and shares an excellent porter recipe.
The Hong Kong Homebrewers Association’s fifth annual homebrew competition is back. The registration deadline is April 13, with awards presented on May 13.
In our Beer Novice series, newly-turned beer lovers describe their first encounter with the hoppy beverage and what exactly made them go back for more.
During winter, I tend to favour rich English styles such as old ales or barleywines – rich malt complexity, fruity yeast bouquet, and an optional sherry or leathery edge.