As the British beer industry continues to boom, our objective is to shout out honestly about the beers, bars, brewers and events that we are most excited about, sharing our experiences both as a collective and as individuals.
Why Wednesday Beers?
When we first discussed starting a blog, we wasted a fair amount of time throwing around ideas involving hops and some horrific ale related puns, but after a while the one name that we both agreed on was Wednesday Beers. This comes from one of Rob’s traditions where he likes to give himself a pat on the back midweek by enjoying a beer or two.
Rob lives in Walsall, West Midlands and works for a small digital marketing company, writing about just about anything that isn’t beer. Alongside his day job, Rob is a Cicerone Certified Beer Server, and also works for UK Brewery Tours, providing beer tasting tours and microbrewery experiences in Birmingham.
Aside from beer, he loves Colorado, eating, cooking, music, rugby and hiking. Rob aspires to be the third Hairy Biker.
Will spend too much money on Gueuze after a few IPAs
Dave is a freelance digital marketing professional currently roaming around New Zealand in a campervan, giving up job security for beautiful landscapes and freedom. Dave is a big lover of DIPAs, impy stouts, and of course, mosaic hops. Outside of the beer world, Dave enjoys cooking, board games, mountain hiking and Jeff Goldblum.
May be argumentative about the number of strong Belgian beers that he has consumed