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EDITION 40: FRIENDS OF WARMINSTER MALTINGS

EDITION 40: FRIENDS OF WARMINSTER MALTINGS

New WebsiteAt the beginning of April we launched our new website. This is little more than 2 years since we announced our last one. Are we overindulging ourselves? Not at all! At the beginning of 2020, as a team, we had re-grouped, we had repositioned the company, and...

Edition 39: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 39: Friends of Warminster Maltings

‘Brimming’ and ‘Bursting’!As I write, I am pleased to report that business is beginning to pick up again, but many of our brewing customers entered the month of January (“dry January”) with their brewing tanks still full of beer. Full of beer they had brewed for...

Edition 38: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 38: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Happy New Year!As we look forward to the next 12 months, it is perhaps worth looking back on the last 12. At Warminster Maltings we have done a little bit better than just keeping the company afloat, we have continued to invest in the longer-term prospects for the...

Edition 37: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 37: Friends of Warminster Maltings

The Price of Good Cheer.Despite the announcement of a 3 pence cut in the price of a pint of beer, made last week by Rishi Sunak in his Autumn Statement, I suspect the cost of a pint is actually only set to increase. But only along with everything else. However, as far...

Edition 36: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 36: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Contributing to HistoryBritain’s oldest and most original Maltings, not surprisingly, attracts both historians and projects seeking to understand and/or re-create history. A current research project in which we have been invited to participate is the re-creation of an...

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EDITION 40: FRIENDS OF WARMINSTER MALTINGS

EDITION 40: FRIENDS OF WARMINSTER MALTINGS

New WebsiteAt the beginning of April we launched our new website. This is little more than 2 years since we announced our last one. Are we overindulging ourselves? Not at all! At the beginning of 2020, as a team, we had re-grouped, we had repositioned the company, and...

Edition 39: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 39: Friends of Warminster Maltings

‘Brimming’ and ‘Bursting’!As I write, I am pleased to report that business is beginning to pick up again, but many of our brewing customers entered the month of January (“dry January”) with their brewing tanks still full of beer. Full of beer they had brewed for...

Edition 38: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 38: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Happy New Year!As we look forward to the next 12 months, it is perhaps worth looking back on the last 12. At Warminster Maltings we have done a little bit better than just keeping the company afloat, we have continued to invest in the longer-term prospects for the...

Edition 37: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 37: Friends of Warminster Maltings

The Price of Good Cheer.Despite the announcement of a 3 pence cut in the price of a pint of beer, made last week by Rishi Sunak in his Autumn Statement, I suspect the cost of a pint is actually only set to increase. But only along with everything else. However, as far...

Edition 36: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Edition 36: Friends of Warminster Maltings

Contributing to HistoryBritain’s oldest and most original Maltings, not surprisingly, attracts both historians and projects seeking to understand and/or re-create history. A current research project in which we have been invited to participate is the re-creation of an...