The only problem with craft beer, as far as we can see, is that it’s not exactly cheap. No wonder, then, that more and more Londoners are choosing to brew their own.
Whether it’s in your kitchen or at one of London’s growing number of dedicated beer-brewing facilities, rolling up your sleeves and cutting out the middle man is the surest way to keeping your fridge stocked with hoppy grog on a budget. If you don’t know what you’re doing, however, it’s also a great way to make loads of mess and not much else.
Thankfully, you can now take your lead straight from London’s (and, indeed, the world’s) best beersmiths, with new brewing manual ‘Craft Brew’. Author Euan Ferguson shook down breweries including The Kernel, Beavertown and Brewdog for the recipes that have turned them into brewing powerhouses, and collated them in one handy volume, complete with a crash-course in small-batch brewing.Share the story