“In autumn last year, St. Mary’s brewery in North London completed its first commercial brew: an American pale ale. Nothing odd with that—just more evidence of the capital’s “craft beer revolution,” right?
Not exactly. Look at the label on this particular bottle of pale ale and you’ll see a phrase that doesn’t fit with the image of a hipster brew: “Faith, Hops, and Charity.” That’s because St. Mary’s isn’t a trendy new Camden brewery, but a church in Primrose Hill that has recently begun brewing and selling its own beer.”
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