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

The Junction Tavern, Castleford: Home of beers from the wood

Before steel casks and glass bottles, all beer was matured in and served from wooden barrels. 

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Pasteur Street Brewing: Craft Beer Vietnam Style

Fizzing through the centre of Saigon’s District 1, Pasteur Street cuts a few blocks from the harrowing War Remnants Museum, the stark Reunification Palace and edges onto the charming Parisian French quarter of Ho Chi Minh City. At the north end of the street you’ll find rickety family-run pho stalls and at the south you’ll find the worksite for the new subway, shadowed by the city’s growing skyscrapers. And in that shadow, you’ll see a round neon sign glowing with the words ‘Pasteur Street Brewing Co’. This is where you can drink the best beers brewed in Vietnam.

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Craft Beer Guide: Hackney and Beyond

In the first in a new series looking at craft beer watering holes, WriteYou beer writer Mark Dredge takes on East London.  

 

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Drink them while you can! Summer 2016’s fresh harvest of fruit beers

Are you tasting the pith? Because this summer British brewers are picking, peeling, zesting and juicing countless fruits to add into their brews. No, I’m not taking the piss; cold fruit beers are the hot trend right now. You shouldn’t expect syrupy-sweet novelty beers, as the best of these use fruit to give a delicious freshness and add to the already fruity flavours in the beers. Here are eight great British fruit beers to look out for, just know that many are limited release, so drink them while you can.

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