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Women in beer

Season 1, Ep. 5

This week we learn all about the challenges facing women in beer by sitting down with Jane LeBlond, founder of Mothership Brewery and Annabel Smith, Co-Founder of Dea Latis, which has found that only 20% of beer drinkers are women.

Our trusty beer and food recipe from Sue Nowak this week is a Bangers ‘n’ beer cassoulet - you can check it out here:

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Beer design and labels

Season 3, Ep. 8
For the penultimate episode of this series, the Pubs. Pints. People. hosts are discussing beer design and labels! From pump clips to cans, a label can tell you more about a beer than just the ingredients and the ABV. An amazing piece of artwork can entice a drinker, and convey something about the brewer all at once. The first interview is with author Pete Brown, whose book Beer by Design: The art of good branding was released via CAMRA Books last November - he's chatting to host Matt Bundy. Then, we hear from Simon Yarwood of “The Epicurean”, who runs three bottle shops in Manchester, and Boz Berry from the Burton Road Brewing Company - they're speaking to Owen Ralph.Links mentioned in the episode:Check out CAMRA's social media profile picture frames: with CAMRA: involved with Beer Day Britain's #CheersToBeer on 15 June: CAMRA's newest 10 campaigning milestones: Modern British Beer: you visited CAMRA's new What's Brewing platform? Log in and sign up for news alerts here:'t forget to support the show at join CAMRA if you're not already a member for just £26.50 a year at - gain access to great audio and visual content on our Learn & Discover platform.If you'd like to get involved, simply contact or follow us on Twitter @PubsPintsPeople