Last night I was up at the Camden Town brewery for the well-attended launch of a new beer magazine, Original Gravity. A real treat to be knocking back Camden’s glorious new(ish) Indian Hells Lager as the seductive aroma of boiling hops drifted around us.
It was my great privilege to shoot some images for OG’s first ‘photo essay’ at the Kernel Brewery down in Bermondsey. Nobody is more surprised than me – one of my nicknames is ‘clums’ – that I managed it without falling off a ladder and smashing thousands of bottles of extremely tasty beer. You can find Original Gravity – for free – in more than 300 pubs, bars and bottle shops in London, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds and Brighton. It will be available in more towns and cities soon.
If you can’t find an issue, you can read it online here. Contributors to the first issue include Pete Brown, Chris Hall, Sophie Atherton, Adrian Tierney-Jones , Matthew Curtis, Boak and Bailey and er, me.