The Drinkers

Hello and welcome to All hail the ale, a blog about one of humanity’s finest inventions – beer. We aim to talk about it across as many areas as possible, from news and reviews to anecdotes and tidbits. Whether you’re a seasoned drinker looking for your next exciting glassful, or you’re a lager lout curious about the light side of the force, you’ll find plenty to keep you informed and entertained. So sit down, kick off your shoes and enjoy your stay. Cheers!

This blog was started many years a go while I was at university as a way to improve my grammar and generally help my dyslexic addled brain. Over the years it has morphed from a general blog all about my life, loves and all those angsts that jazz. then it became a general blog were I reviewed films and game, I still occasionally do this but I never wanted to stick at these reviews. Then the blog became what you currently see now, a place were I review beer and do the occasional bit of news that takes my fancy.

The Drinkers

Here at all hail the ale, we believe that variety is the spice of life, and that philosophy is embodied by the team itself. From Liverpool to Morecambe, and even across international boundaries, we don’t rest in our pursuit of fine ale and interesting, beery news. We have a lot of fun writing about our passion. We hope you enjoy your stay and come back soon.

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Paul Bailey

Paul is the angry Bitter drinker of this merry bunch, When he’s not shouting at self services tills hes frequenting the local watering hole trying unsuccessfully to pull the barmaid. He will often be seen wearing very colorful bow ties and his many articles of tweed, All while discussing at length the political history of Europe. In short he is a very boring person.


Martin Palmer

Martin is a writer. Predictably, therefore, he’s a bit of a loner and a (responsible!) drinker. There’s nothing he loves more than to visit a pub to socialise and try new things to find inspiration. Although he craves hops by the shedload, “variety is the spice of life,” and all new experiences are lovely. Blames his dad, creator of ‘Bryson’s Brewery’, for all this.

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