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Family Brewers

Season 2, Ep. 1

This week we're learning all about Britain's Family Brewers! Join the team as they speak with the legendary Roger Protz about his new book, The Family Brewers of Britain, and Stuart Bateman of Bateman's Brewery. They also get a chat with Albert Johnson from Ross-on-Wye Cider and Perry Co to hear what it's like to be a family cider producer.


To order Roger's book, visit https://shop1.camra.org.uk/product/the-family-brewers-of-britain/


For Sue's recipe this week, visit: https://wb.camra.org.uk/2020/09/14/beer-recipe-woolton-pie-with-battle-of-britain-beer/


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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: whypubsmatter.org.ukVolunteer with CAMRA: camra.org.uk/about/work-with-us/volunteer-with-camraGet involved with Beer Day Britain's #CheersToBeer on 15 June: www.beerdaybritain.co.ukRead CAMRA's newest 10 campaigning milestones: camra.org.uk/50-years/50-campaignsPre-order Modern British Beer: shop1.camra.org.uk/product/modern-british-beer/Have you visited CAMRA's new What's Brewing platform? Log in and sign up for news alerts here: wb.camra.org.ukDon't forget to support the show at https://supporter.acast.com/pubs-pints-peopleOr join CAMRA if you're not already a member for just £26.50 a year at https://join.camra.org.uk/ - gain access to great audio and visual content on our Learn & Discover platform.If you'd like to get involved, simply contact podcast@camra.org.uk or follow us on Twitter @PubsPintsPeople