Last Orders is about craft beer, books and beyond. It's the soundtrack to my imaginary book pub - a place to curl up with fine drink, literature and friends.
Last Orders 4: Hop Stuff
Woolwich is being transformed by a new development of flats on the site of the old munitions factory, and a brewery is at its heart. I hop on the 122 bus to visit Hop Stuff's leading light, the charming James Yeomans.
Last Orders 3: Pressure Drop
I travel to the marvellously-named, and noisy, Bohemia Place in Hackney, East London to ask Sam Smith about the story behind one of my favourite beers, and I'm surprised by what I find. I also fail to ask Sam if nominative determinism got him into the brewing business.
Last Orders 2: London Beer Dispensary
Another South East London beer (and cider) gem - a brewery-owned bar where you can sample and discuss great beers from all over the country, in a very welcoming environment.
Last Orders 1: Brockley Brewery
The first Last Orders podcast visits a hidden gem in an old builders' yard in South East London where brewing and guerilla knitting meet, and we hear about the craft beer brewing process from an expert tutor.
I love beer - more and more as the seasons go on. Great pod cast - this area is rich in microbreweries - great to hear about it first hand. If you could find out a little more about Late Knights Brewery, that would be great! More beer, please.