Day: April 18, 2018

Guinness Open Gate Brewery Citra IPA Glass Shot_preview

Beer of the Week: Guinness Open Gate Citra IPA 

Although best known for brewing ‘the black stuff’, an experimental Guinness brewery has existed at St. James’s Gate in Dublin for over 100 years. The latest in a line of the brand's experimental breweries, Guinness Open Gate Brewery was set up with an aim for brewers to explore new ideas ...

Sophie's Steakhouse Soho

Restaurant Review: Sophie’s Steakhouse, Soho

If you’re going to insist on opening a restaurant specialising in one specific dish, it’s a matter of good manners to do that one thing properly. As a result, I’m constantly flummoxed at the news of so many London steakhouses celebrating double-figure anniversaries. To order a steak in a non-specialist ...

Economic round up – August 2018

Economic round up – April 2018

QuotedData’s economic round up – April 2018 is a collation of recent insights on markets and economies taken from the comments made by chairmen and investment managers of investment companies – have a read and make your own minds up. Please remember that nothing in this note is designed to encourage ...

Investment companies roundup – August 2018

Investment companies roundup – April 2018

QuotedData investment companies roundup – April 2018 – is our latest roundup of news; price, NAV and discount movements; flows in and out of the sector and report on full year dividends announced over the month of March 2018. Kindly sponsored by Baillie Gifford. April Investment Companies Roundup Stock markets have suffered their first meaningful ...

Why artists don’t always need to be political

Why artists don’t always need to be political

In light of the tumultuous political landscape that we find ourselves in post-2016, political art is more prominent than ever. The art scene is now swamped with art that pushes various political agendas, from condemnations of Trump and Brexit to a deluge of artwork produced in response to events like ...

Leading Brexit campaigner recorded praising Nazi propaganda

Leading Brexit campaigner recorded praising Nazi propaganda

A leading Brexit campaigner has been recorded praising Nazi propaganda. Andy Wigmore of the Leave.EU campaign said Nazi techniques had been "very clever", admitting that the Brexit campaign group fronted by Nigel Farage used outrage techniques to gain attention. Speaking to academic researcher Dr. Emma Briant, who recorded the conversation, ...

Zahroof Valves Revolutionises the Compressor Valve Industry

Zahroof Valves Revolutionises the Compressor Valve Industry

Innovative inventions and technological advancements are what help propel the world forward toward positive change. Constant change transforms our everyday environment, but for hundreds of years, compressor valves remained unchanged. What are compressor valves? Compressor valves are valves used within a compressor to allow gas flow to and from the ...