Have a look at our guide to making Jamie’s signature cocktail, the Oliver’s Twist – featuring gin, beer, elderflower, and chilli-infused honey.
Beer cocktails are a prickly issue, even in the world of craft beer. However, some of the best cocktails I have ever had are beer based – and it’s easy to see why.
Homemade soda is easy and much better for you than store-bought, and a Honey clementine fizz is the perfect drink to quench your thirst on a warm afternoon.
Some famous drink flavours are such a natural match they even work in dishes, so we’ve put together a few experiments for cooking with cocktails.
As Jamie’s trip comes to a close, I thought it a good time to write about a few of my favourite wines from a country that is still a little misunderstood.
Our brothers and sisters on the other side of the world don’t just enjoy incredible weather and surroundings – they eat a lot of fantastic food, too.
Everything you need to know to make yourself the perfect Irish coffee, from a brief look at its history to the wonderfully simple recipe itself.
The idea may sound a bit mad, but the history of beer and bread are inextricably linked – so check out these two incredibly simple beer bread recipes.
This year most of the beer is going into the pancakes – not because we’re clumsy, but because substituting the boring milk for beer is absolutely delicious.
Rich Keam shares a gorgeous Aussie recipe for cooking lamb with beer. Let’s face it, who doesn’t like a great cut of meat and a beer to match?