Brewery History was first published in 1973 and appears four times a year. Its prime aim is to promote historical research into all aspects of brewing and related industries, both in the United Kingdom and abroad. The journal comprises original articles, photographic essays, reprints of academic theses and difficult to obtain pieces, and book reviews. The scope of Brewery History includes, but is not limited to, histories of existing and closed breweries, research on associated industries (e.g. malting, hops, retailing, &c.), biographical pieces on key figures, and studies into the social, political and economic impact of the brewing industry. The journal occasionally publishes themed issues on specific topics and provides the option for peer review.
The Brewery History Society is pleased to announce the second Geoffrey Ballard Essay Award. It consists of a cash prize of £250, publication of the winning entry in Brewery History and a year's subscription to the journal. For details on how to enter please click [here]. The closing date is 31 January 2015.
Now available: Issue 143