Hopulist Issue Six


Welcome to issue six of Hopulist…
• Our guide to the craft beer scene in Birmingham
• Exclusive interview with Unity Brewing’s Jimmy Hatherly
• Inside the mind of Lervig designer Nanna Guldbaek
• Our pick of the best European Imperial Stouts out there
• How top writer Breandán Kearney got into beer
• Our picks of what beer is hot right now
• All the freshest beer merch to keep you looking slick



Smack-bang in the heart of one of the most

cultural and creative areas of Birmingham,

Clink is a bottle shop and taproom that you

will feel right at home in. Located in the city’s

old Custard Factory district in Digbeth, the bar

features old school factory windows that shine

light into a quaint and relatively small bar that is

big on character and beer selection. There are

over 200 bottled and canned beers available for

you to select and either take away or drink in.

There is also eight different beers run on tap, and

any of these can be served into growlers too.

You will find many of the power houses of craft

beer on the shelves in Clink, including Northern

Monk, Cloudwater, Magic Rock Mikkeller and

Omnipollo. The bar has an upstairs section that

again benefits from the unusual architecture of a

former factory and offers a unique place to enjoy

a craft beer.

There are also plenty of interesting

independent shops and food venues dotted

around too, so you can really make a day of it if

you decide to venture out to Clink.

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