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Best of UK brewing comes together for FyneFest 2018

Fyne Ales have announced the first thirty breweries taking part in their annual Summer festival, FyneFest. This year’s line-up includes familiar faces including Magic Rock, Fierce, Cloudwater and Tiny Rebel as well as festival debuts from up-and-coming breweries...

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CAMRA courts all beer and cider drinkers as it widens remit

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is set to widen its remit to represent drinkers of quality beers, ciders and perries of all types, as well as moving its focus beyond traditional pubs, if its members approve recommendations put before them in April. While continuing...

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Find thousands of pubs and pints with new app!

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) launched an innovative new app that puts good pubs and great pints at people’s fingertips. The Good Beer Guide app collates data from over 40,000 pubs so that app users can search for local pubs based on their individual preferences....

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TBAS Launches ‘Hop’line For Scottish Brewers

TBAS Launches ‘Hop’line For Scottish Brewers

The Brewers' Association of Scotland has today (11 January) launched a free helpline for brewers offering advice on licensing and HMRC from TLT LLP and Johnston Carmichael. Scotland’s brewing industry is flourishing, there are more than 125 operating breweries...

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Williams Bros Outlines Plans to Quadruple Capacity

One of Scotland’s best-known craft brewers has outlined ambitious plans to build a new facility in Alloa which will future-proof it for the next two decades. Williams Bros hopes to build a brewery capable of producing up to 200,000 hectolitres annually on a greenfield...

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There have been some significant updates from both UK and @scotgov this week:

🕔 5pm deadline for COVID-19 support funds
💰 Chancellor’s Summer statement mini-budget announcement
3️⃣ Entering Phase 3 of unwinding lockdown
📃 Updated FSS guidance

➡️ https://t.co/zR9skQwUMj https://t.co/MmsDtaG9vz
Friday's update includes critical developments during the past week and looks ahead to the week coming:

📆New dates for easing lockdown – a summary
3⃣ What will happen to the rest of Phase 3?
2⃣ Two metre rule review

Read here ➡️ https://t.co/vyL6lU3WFd https://t.co/jvoRMYzBb7
Friday’s update ➡️ https://t.co/zY5NA3NF8b

Further progress on unwinding lockdown was confirmed yesterday. That, alongside other developments in the last 48 hours, are summarised in today's update:

2⃣ Phase 2 of unwinding lockdown
🦠Recent Covid-19 cases in the workforce https://t.co/1BNdAGq9gr
Wednesday’s update ➡️ https://t.co/Vu1NxIol3X

The pace of Coronavirus developments has slowed over the last fortnight. However, today's update includes developments on the following:
↔️ 2 metres versus 1 metre
💰 £230M for capital projects announced
2⃣ Changes announced tomorrow https://t.co/Tds3Aj6bYu
Monday’s update ➡️ https://t.co/dOxub4XxpU

Further updates and information today regarding the following:

🔒 Phase 2 approaching on lockdown
👥Information to help SF&D
↔️ Two metre rule review

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