Monday, 7th January 2013
Few counties can compare with Shropshire for the sheer variety and superiority of its organic produce. A predominantly agricultural region up until the 18th Century, Shropshire's food culture continues to be dominated by regionally cultivated crops, fruit and cattle - many of which are unique to the county. Birthplace of the 'real ale revival', Shropshire is one of those few counties working hard to preserve its food and drink heritage.
The decline of local breweries from the mid to late 20th Century appeared to spell the end for... Read More ->