Hop & Barley – Volume 10
Hop & Barley is a quarterly publication, exploring the people and stories behind the contemporary brewing movement.
This volume marks a breakthrough into double-digits. To celebrate this milestone, we’ve been working on giving the magazine a complete refresh; a new design, a new format, and a new approach to the content which uses the subject of beer as a jumping-off point for a wider range of stories, which reflect the diverse interests of our readers.
With a renewed editorial direction, it only seemed natural to challenge ourselves with the design as well. The new creative direction attempts to maintain some of the familiar elements of the magazine, whilst allowing us to explore a more confident visual style.
Since launching in 2014, we’ve seen the brewing scene develop and grow into one of the most exciting, innovative and dynamic industries. Few places better encapsulate this progressive culture than Brighton, a town which has, in recent years, nurtured one of the UK’s most diverse, inclusive and creative brewing scenes. We’re incredibly proud to present the city and surrounding areas as the theme for this issue.
- (H)170mm x (W)245mm
- Cover: 350gsm Garda Satin
- Text: 110gsm UPM Fine Offset
- Text: 115gsm G.F Smith Max White Matt
- Printed in the UK by Pressision.
Legs to Carry Me Home
Words & Photography by Matt Curtis
Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars
Words by Daniel Tapper, Photography by Simon James
The Coast is Queer
Words by Lily Waite, Illustrations by Nicholas Dawes
Interview: Studio Makgill
Words by Michael Jenkins
An Opportunity and a Leap of Faith
Words by Jessica Mason, Photography by Simon James
Homebrewing Recipe: UnBarred Brewery
Words and Photography by Simon James
Words by Michael Jenkins, Photography by Simon James