Mark Dredge

Mark Dredge

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Mark Dredge

Mark Dredge

Mark Dredge is an award-winning beer and food writer based in London. Mark has written four books about beer: Craft Beer World, Beer & Food, The Best Beer in the World and Cooking with Beer. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram @MarkDredge

Mark Dredge

Beer and Food Guide to Prague

Prague is my favourite beer-drinking city. I’m a sucker for the round mugs of golden beer with a thick, smooth foam; for the amber lagers that you only find in the Czech Republic; for the richly roasty dark lagers. And for how the well-hopped and aromatic IPA-sation of beer has mixed with the perfect balance in Czech brewing to give elegant, powerful pale ales.

 

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Understanding Czech Lager

“That beer’s 10%! And less than two quid! We’re getting on the MEGALASH tonight, lads! Let’s get on the LEZ-AXE!”

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Collaboration Beers

There was a moment last Sunday morning when I had to answer the question: am I really that guy?

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Why is my IPA cloudy and why does it smell of tropical fruit?

IPA is the world’s greatest craft beer style, the one with the most storied history, the one most misunderstood and most widely brewed has been changing for the last three centuries.

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Cured, Leicester: Cooking with Beer

“I’ve got this idea,” said chef Martin Powdrill to Matt Baker, the manager of BrewDog’s Leicester bar. “But I’ve got no money – just two grand.”

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Forest Road Brewery’s WORK, ‘London’s fastest-growing pale ale’

This is the story of Pete Brown and Forest Road Brewery. It begins as a one-man mission that arrives a frat party and becomes an adventure buddy movie. It jumps between America, London and Belgium.

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Craft Beer Guide: Central London

Soon after 6pm in Soho and it’s five deep at the bar, four bartenders are struggling to juggle the three beer taps and the two house wines while everyone just waits. 

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Britain’s Best Lagers

Where other beer geeks might be chasing their next IPA hop hit, I’m more likely to be looking for lager.

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Oktoberfest: The Greatest Drinking Event in the World

“He’s just downed a litre of 6% beer in under 10 seconds!”

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Beer and Running: The Best Alcohol-Free Wheat Beers

I am a beer-loving runner. 

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