MagazineOct 24, 2012
Take a little peek in the Kernel microbrewery in South London. One of many new kids on the British beer block who are bucking the downward national trend in beer drinking. Where once the big, multi-national beer corporations accounted for the lion's share of brewery growth, now small, independent brewers with names like Beavertown Neck Oil, East London Jamboree and Hackney Hopster that are leading the way.
Run-off from the wort, a sugary solution by-product of the brewing process, makes streaks on the floor during the creation of an India Pale Ale beer at The Kernel micro-brewery in London. LUKE MACGREGOR/REUTERS