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Category Archives: Press Releases
Ball and Chain wedding ale for Alex and Alice
27-year old head brewer Alex Arkell has been keeping himself busy in the run up to his wedding later this month to long-time sweetheart Alice Braithwaite.
From the Cotswolds valleys to the Yorkshire moors, stone roofs represent the character of the British landscape. So much so that a house with a badly laid roof, or one using the wrong roofing materials for the local environment, stands out a mile – and not for the right reasons.
Everyone’s heard of food miles, but Arkell’s Brewery has believed in beer miles for years – and at hop harvest time head brewer Alex Arkell drives just eight miles down the road to inspect this year’s hop crop, at Berkshire Hops, Kingston Bagpuize (which is actually in Oxfordshire – confusing we know).
Wiltshire brewery, Arkell’s will take delivery of over £200,000 of new beer barrels over the next five years.
Award-winning architects Haskoll have commenced a €90 million project to renovate Itäkeskus, Finland’s largest shopping centre first opened in 1984. When completed in 2014, the centre will be repositioned and reaffirmed as the country’s leading shopping centre.
Two golds and a silver for Arkell’s Beers
(photograph courtesy of Chris King, www.chriskingphotography.com)
Arkell’s Kingsdown and Moonlight both achieved gold awards at this year’s Taste of the West awards, with Bee’s Organic achieving silver.
Landlord and Chef at The Crown at Broad Hinton near Swindon, Oliver Moody, is claiming that his Roast Pork crackling is the crackliest ever.