The following sites are a list of Brewery related sites which may be of interest to Members. Please note that these sites are in no way affilliated to the IBD and the relevance and accuracy of the information they may contain does not reflect on the values, beliefs and/or practices of the IBD in any way whatsoever.
E-mail the Webmaster for interesting links you would like added or to advise of any broken links listed above.
Journal of the Institute of Brewing
Official website of Brewing Research International (BRI)
Virtual library of beer and brewing which includes publications, organisations, collectors and educational resources
The Institute and Guild of Brewing has chosen UC Davis Extension as the world’s only distance learning instructional provider for preparing to take the General Certificate in Brewing and Packaging Examination.
List of brewery website links, Allied Industries, Societies and Associations, Schools, Publications and other related sites
This is a list of the major periodicals available in the Scottish Brewing Archive Library.
Discover anything about beer, brewpubs, microbreweries, homebrewing, and the beer industry! Three beer of the month clubs, a Rare Beer Store, over 150,000 pages about beer, searchable brewery and pub databases, beer festival and event calendars, and news about beer.
The Australian International Beer Awards are highly regarded among professional beer brewers around the world. It is also without doubt Australia’s biggest showcase of beer and brewing.
Each year an expert panel of judges (made up of industry representatives) gathers in Melbourne and Ballarat to decide the winners in a variety of classes (the 2001 awards comprised almost 500 entries from 28 countries and 79 breweries.
This site is provided free by SKOL INTERNATIONAL. It gives an overall picture on African breweries and beer brands in Africa, beer market along with info on GDP, population growth, beer consumption per head in hectolitres and some economic indicators in all African countries. (1997/8)
The Barth Report has been published almost annually since 1877. Objective reporting on the events in the hop market at the end of each respective crop year. Today the Barth Report is available in 5 languages and the print edition can be ordered online
The National Collection of Yeast Cultures (NCYC) is the UK’s premier collection of yeast cultures, holding over 3200 strains collected over 50 years.