hopulist issue 4

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Welcome to issue 4 of Hopulist. This month we feature Signature Brew, Bison Beer, an exclusive interview with Kasper Ledet, an adventure in the Japanese craft beer scene and much more...

DURATION UPDATE

Duration Brewing recently received

the approval on a rural development

grant, which means it can begin work

to transform a derelict priory site into

a destination farmhouse brewery.

The building project will soon

commence at Abbey Farm in West

Acre, Norfolk and is likely to take six

months from start to finish.

Co-founder Miranda Hudson

commented: “We have received

overwhelming encouragement and

valuable guidance from the UK

beer community. A passionate and

enthusiastic bunch of drinkers, sellers

and makers who have helped us to

reach this milestone - thanks for the

part you are playing.

“Being given money to create jobs is

really incentivising and what we love

most is this is the first time (we know

of) that two separate applications were

considered in tandem to support one

project.”

Duration beers will continue to

be available via collaboration with

other breweries over the coming

months – the next two releases are

with Amundsen (Oslo) and Brew By

Numbers (London).

If you missed

it, you can read

more about the

Duration Brewing

story in issue

three of Hopulist.

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