Hopulist Issue Six

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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

THORNBRIDGE

BAR PLANS

Thornbridge Brewery are hoping to open 10 new pub sites

across England over the next five years. Planning has been

approved on the first of these – a former bank on Colmore

Row in the centre of Birmingham. Due to open over the coming

months the Birmingham Tap will be a traditional take on the

modern craft beer pub, incorporating the Thornbridge brand and

making the most of the history of the building. The pub will also

have a food offering to complement the excellent range of craft

beers.

Thornbridge have also announced they have secured their second

site in York city centre. Other locations that Thornbridge are

looking at include London, Manchester, Brighton and Leeds.

Thornbridge Brewery CEO Simon Webster said: “We have a

real passion for pubs and want to introduce our beers to a wider

market. This gives us the opportunity to work towards ensuring

our beer is present in every corner of the country!”

ORANGE IS THE

NEW BLACK

Just in case you missed

the news Thornbridge

is now offering Jaipur in

these sexy new cans and

they are available from

Tesco. Green Mountain,

Florida Weisse and Lucas

have also made it onto

the canning line.

CHECK OUT OUR GUIDE TO BIRMINGHAM BARS & TAP ROOMS IN THIS ISSUE

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