Hopulist issue 5

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Welcome to issue 5 of Hopulist. We bring you the latest news, brews and intrigue from the craft beer universe and we hope you will enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed putting it together. This month we feature Hop Hideout, Home Brew Club, Writer's of Craft, our World Cup 2018 Special and much more...

Each can will be designed with elements of each town or city’s coat of arms.

NORTHERN

POWERHOUSE

FESTIVAL

SEASON

Next month sees the launch of Craft Drink Festival – a brandnew

event featuring craft brewers and artisan distillers.

The two-day festival, held over the weekend of the 28-29 of

July, at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, UK will

be awash with craft beer, cider, gin and whisky accompanied by

delicious street food, live music, cinema and comedy.

Workshops and panel sessions will give you the chance to

learn more about the history of craft, the brewing/distilling

processes and the current issues facing the industry. Trained

sommeliers and industry experts are on hand to guide you

through the flavours, smells and subtleties of your favourite

craft drinks. Plus home-brewing experts will help you take

your beer making to the next level whether you are about to

embark on your first or want to take it to the next level.

Ticket prices start at £18 with options for weekender,

enhanced and VIP packages. For more information and to

book tickets visit www.craftdrinkfestival.com

BREW SERIES

Some of the UK’s top craft brewers have united to celebrate

The Great Exhibition of the North (GEOTN), an event

heralded as the biggest in England this year. A free, summerlong

celebration of the North of England’s pioneering

spirit promising a programme of amazing exhibits, live

performances, displays of innovation, artworks and

unforgettable experiences over 80 days.

The collaboration will take place at The Palace of Arts

in Exhibition Park, Newcastle – home of Wylam Brewery.

The relevance of where the beers will be brewed is not

without significance given that the Palace of Arts is the last

remaining building from the original exhibition that took

place in 1929.

Eight different beers will be available in special cases of

440ml Cans with one of each of the beers in every case.

There will only be 6,600 cases produced released on the

opening day of the exhibition – 22 June, 2018.

Wylam Director Dave Stone commented: “For us it’s a real

honour to host these exceptional breweries here at Palace of

Arts and to be involved in a brew project that celebrates the

history of the brewing industry in the region.”

THE

PARTICIPATING

BREWERIES:

BUXTON

CLOUDWATER

BLACK LODGE

NORTHERN MONK

MAGIC ROCK

HAWKSHEAD

THORNBRIDGE

BOX SOCIAL

WYLAM

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