New film profiles London craft beer scene

London’s thriving craft beer scene is the subject of a new documentary, to be screened in a selection of the capital’s breweries, pubs and bottle shops from next month.

The first part of the Original Gravity documentary will be screened at a selection of breweries, pubs and bottle shops from next month

The first part of the Original Gravity documentary will be screened at a selection of breweries, pubs and bottle shops from next month

Featuring the likes of Beavertown, Hackney Brewery, Five Points Brewery, The Kernel, Hop Stuff and Sambrook’s Brewery, as well as beer writer Pete Brown, former Beer Sommelier of the Year Jane Peyton and BrewDog head of marketing Sarah Warman, Original Gravity has been produced by beer enthusiast film-makers Kevin Karaca and Tony Manola.

It is the first documentary to focus on London’s craft beer scene and looks at how the craft beer movement has developed over the past decade.

The documentary is being launched in two parts: the first part will be screened at five different venues in London between February and April. The dates for the screening of the second part are yet to be announced.

London beer lovers will be able to watch the first part of Original Gravity at the following venues:

  • Hop Stuff, Woolwich (15 February)
  • Hackney Brewery, Haggerston (17 February)
  • The Wenlock Arms, Islington (27 February)
  • The Bottle Shop, Bermondsey (3 March)
  • Sambrooks Brewery, Battersea (20 April)

More information and links to buy tickets can be found on the film’s website. And here’s the trailer to whet your appetite:

Original Gravity – The Film (Official Trailer) from WhiteStag Productions on Vimeo.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Please note that comments are subject to our posting guidelines in accordance with the Defamation Act 2013. Posts containing swear words, discrimination, offensive language and libellous or defamatory comments will not be approved.

We encourage debate in the comments section and always welcome feedback, but if you spot something you don't think is right, we ask that you leave an accurate email address so we can get back to you if we need to.

Subscribe to our newsletters

Champagne Masters 2019

Deadline : 23rd August 2019

The Global Riesling Masters 2019

Deadline : 24th August 2019

Click to view more

The Global Organic Masters 2019

View Results

Cabernet Sauvignon Masters 2019

View Results

Click to view more