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Gavin Aitchison gives some German beers the thumbs-up.
GAVIN AITCHISON drops in on one of those sterling stalwarts that can all too often be overlooked.
GAVIN AITCHISON previews a new beer event in York.
SIX years on, we return to the birthplace of Pints of View...
GAVIN AITCHISON reports on the rise of an old York classic....
2014 was another busy and brilliant year for York's beer scene.
Play ‘name that pub’ with an insider’s view from 12 York bars.
INSPIRED in Japan; influenced in California; and brewed with ingredients from three continents. It's fair to say North Yorkshire's newest beers have a decidedly international pedigree.
GAVIN AITCHISON ventures to pastures new, with his willing chauffeur in tow.
A CITY-CENTRE pub is set to be refurbished and re-opened under a new name.
A COUPLE who fell in love with the Ryedale area after moving to the area have bought their local pub.
HE may have left his snooker hall days behind - but Gary Penrose is enjoying a spectacular big break.
STEVE Bradley is going back to basics.
Gavin Aitchison sings the praises of BAD beer - and looks forward to a first Yorkshire whisky
A remarkable story in North Yorkshire's pub scene will come to an end tonight....
THE fourth annual Northallerton beer festival will be held in Northallerton town hall from September 26 to 28.
Some tasty top tips for this week's beer extravaganza in York.....
TICKETS are now available for the Great Ouseburn Beer Festival.
A festival which last year raised enough money to revamp a community centre is returning to help provide kit for schoolchildren.
Beer lovers are spoilt for choice in York this weekend....
REGULARS at a York pub have launched a petition calling for it to be saved amid fears it faces closure.
A pub taken over by its punters has been praised by a minister tasked with helping to revive the industry.
THE popular Pocktoberfest beer and music festival will not take place this year, organisers have announced.
We talk to a pub landlord who has gone from hitting the net to hitting the bar.
GAVIN AITCHISON mixes his drinks at a trendy new hang-out in York.
The Lancastrians are in retreat - now it's all about Yorkshire.
PUB landlord Paul Marshall wants to get one thing clear - and it isn't his beer.
One beer; three versions - what difference does it make and which will come out on top?....
A CELEBRATION of beer is to return to Malton in March – bigger and better than its debut last year.
Pub columnist GAVIN AITCHISON bids a fond farewell to his local
GAVIN AITCHISON rounds up the latest beer and pub news....
We check out some of the Christmas crackers available in York's pubs...
GAVIN AITCHISON visits a York pub “protected” as an important community asset and uncovers an unfortunate twist in the tale
How you can help give pubs a fair chance....
GAVIN AITCHISON reports on a York bar’s DIY beer – made by staff
GAVIN AITCHISON finds some dark beers perfect for autumn drinking.
GAVIN AITCHISON drops in on a familiar York pub which has changed its name and some other things.
GAVIN AITCHISON previews four beer festivals for real ale fans to savour.
GAVIN AITCHISON enjoys a scaled-down Oktoberfest
GAVIN AITCHISON finds out what’s top of the hops at this year’s York festival of beer.
GAVIN AITCHISON looks ahead to York's biggest ever beer festival
THE UK now has more breweries per person than any other country in the world, campaigners have revealed.
GAVIN AITCHISON is smitten by a rural pub with unusual opening hours and a limited beer menu.
This weekend is set to be a mouth-watering one for York's beer lovers....
HE may be small by name..... but his ideas are anything but.
GAVIN AITCHISON reports on changing beer prices in York.
GAVIN AITCHISON finds villagers of Newton on Ouse thoroughly spoilt by two splendid pubs.
How social media can revolutionise your drinking habits
STORIES of long-lost brewers and pub landlords will be recounted this Sunday, when a new guided walk is held at York Cemetery.
GAVIN AITCHISON welcomes the dawn of a new era at a popular York pub.
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PRIMARY school children in York have collected nearly 500 pairs of old or unwanted glasses to help children in developing countries who are unable to receive eyecare.