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About Brewers' Guardian

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Brewers Guardian - about us

Brewers’ Guardian, the international brewing industry magazine, is read by industry decision makers across the globe.

Brewers’ Guardian has moved with the times. Recognising that the world is more tightly-knit than ever due to the Internet, and wanting to make best journalistic use of the immediacy offered by e-communications, today the title publishes all of its content online. Its objective is to be recognised as the leading portal for news, features and opinion regarding the brewing industry.

While the format has changed, the editorial interests that made the magazine a success remain the same. We cover the business of brewing, be it a process technology breakthrough, a regulatory development, M&A activity, or a brand launch.

Beyond the website itself, new electronic formats are being developed. Our electronic magazine - e-zine - version of Brewers' Guardian will be published on a bi-monthly basis, with its long-standing focus on what's 'new' and 'innovative' in the world of beer and brewing intact..

Brewers' Guardian boasts an illustrious history. It was first published in 1871, as a continuation of the Country Brewer’s Gazette, and covered big stories from its earliest days, reporing on the scientific breakthroughs of Louis Pasteur, for example.

Our features cover the breadth and width of concerns, including corporate strategy, brewing, packaging, regulation, environmental and social responsibility, and brands and marketing. We carry exclusive interviews with senior industry executives, reporting on frank and open discussions on industry trends and developments.

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