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Helping students get creative in 2018

Helping students get creative in 2018

No business exists in a vacuum. And as the people and businesses in our community prosper, it tends to help us all. That’s why we take the time to big up all the great local businesses we work with. It’s also why we run our Eden Student Design Project every year. The project is all about giving graphic design students the chance to set their imaginations free. Each year we brew a special range of beers, pumped full of flavour, and invite final year graphic design students at University of Cumbria to create the artwork for the cans.   Linda...

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Who's in and who's out in 2018?

Who's in and who's out in 2018?

January is a month when people traditionally regain consciousness from the booze-sodden and mince pie-laden days of Christmas and New Year, with no money left in their wallet, a dull, thudding hangover and a limited desire to drink. All of these factors mean it can be a bit of a quiet month for we breweries, offering a precious chance to catch up on all the paperwork, maintenance and cleaning before everyone gets their pay cheque at the end of the month and miraculously gets their thirst back. We also usually use this time to review of our ranges and discuss...

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Well, that was a busy year!

Well, that was a busy year!

As the malt and hop dust begins to settle on another action-packed year here at Eden, we’re just about at the stage where we can sit back, sip a few festive brews and reflect on the whirlwind of activity that’s been 2017. Every year here seems to get busier than the last, but 2017 definitely wins the award for being our most manic - but also most exciting - year of them all. Here are some of the highlights.The big moveBy far the biggest development for us this year has been our big move from Brougham Hall to our massive,...

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A Chinese New Year?

A Chinese New Year?

Drinking beer is nothing new in China. As long as 9000 years ago, early “craft” beer nuts in China were making some pretty out there beers from rice, honey and fruit (whether they had big beards and top knots is not known). Fast forward to the 19th century and Czech, Japanese and Russian settlers were setting up breweries in the country - with the Germans founding the giant Tsingtao Brewery in 1903.Today China is the biggest beer market in the world, valued at $80bn, and last month Jason travelled to Shanghai to try get Eden a bit of the action....

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Inside China's brewhouse industry

Inside China's brewhouse industry

It's a pretty obvious fact that much of what we consume and use in the west is now produced in China.  Brewing equipment is no exception and here's a few pics from Jason's trip to the Hangzhou Kuangbo Machinery Equipment Company, which supplies brewhouses to the world.  China may not be that famous for its beer, but it's still having an impact around the globe.       

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Kendal Mountain Festival 2017: Thirst for adventure

Kendal Mountain Festival 2017: Thirst for adventure

At Eden we know the best things in life come when you work for them. We come to the brewery every day prepared to work long and hard to explore new flavours and produce the quality of beer we know you demand. What would be the point if we did anything else? We also know beer tastes better when you earn it. Whether it’s after a hard day’s graft, a session on the bike, a day in the hills - however you want to push yourself. Thirst is the body’s way of saying you deserve a beer. In Cumbria we...

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