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August 30, 2018

My Gen at Cool Brittania Festival, Knebworth

Not ones for nostalgia (!), you can imagine our heartfelt joy when we learnt we could have our session pale ale on tap at the first ‘Cool …

June 1, 2018

Big is beautiful – Our super sized pale ale hits Morrisons

As summer kicks in, our 660ml sized big bastard of a bottle of My Generation Pale Ale has found its way onto about 250 Morrisons beer shelves, …

April 4, 2018

A big few months ahead! Where to find us…

It’s been a wicked start to the year and we’re absolutely chuffed with the new listings ahead! Supermarkets: So… Tesco will be taking our spanking new 500ml …

August 12, 2017

My Generation Beer wins brewing medal at World Beer Awards 17

It is a special moment in our young history…our first brewing medal…and what a medal to have scooped. We are absolutely made up to have picked up …

June 30, 2017

My Generation cans…thousands of them

Very happy to have moved into full production of our 330ml cans which are now available on-line, in supermarkets and in a selection of pubs and bars across this …

April 26, 2017

My Generation Session Pale Ale – now available in keg

Tasting and looking super wicked, we are proud to announce My Gen Session Pale Ale is now available in 30L keg format and we’ve secured a six …

January 13, 2017

What is an ‘opportunity’?

An opportunity is an occasion or situation that makes it possible to do something that you want to do or have to do, or the possibility of …

October 22, 2016

True friendship – Dr. Lickerman

The Japanese have a term, kenzoku, which translated literally means “family.” The connotation suggests a bond between people who’ve made a similar commitment and who possibly therefore …

September 2, 2016

My Generation Beer collab with Mod Radio

We are dead excited to announce we’ve joined forced with top internet radio station, Mod Radio to become the official beer partner to the station. Mod Radio is …

May 27, 2016

Letters to a Young Poet

Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written …