Barhopping, Books, Beer and History
Brewhopping across London (2023)
History and highlights of craft beer making in the Forest City. Just like people and neighbourhoods, London’s craft breweries have distinct personalities. Brewhopping Across London captures the rich history of brewing culture in London, its decline after prohibition, and recent explosive rebirth. Wolfe and Radford have created a handy introduction to the beer industry in London, replete with interesting historical facts and original art commemorating the city’s breweries. A very cool book for anyone who wants to learn a little more about brewing in the Forest City.
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Hopping into History, London's Old East Village (2015)
A backgrounder on one of London's most interesting and historic neighbourhoods. Cheryl and Kym previously explored London’s heritage by Barhopping Into History. With their second book they hope to encourage people to learn more about the rich history of Old East Village, one of London, Ontario’s most interesting neighbourhoods.
Barhopping into History, London Ontario (2013)
A backgrounder on some of London's favourite historic watering holes. Cheryl Radford and Kym Wolfe are an artist and a freelance writer who happen to be friends. They share a love of London’s historic downtown streetscapes. Through this book they hope to encourage people to learn more about the rich history of London, Ontario. And to be more conscious of the wonderful historic architecture that we may pass every day, but never stop to notice.
"Barhopping into History" reproductions: Call the Office, The CEEPS, Robinson Hall and Chaucers, are are available at MUSE at Museum London or contact the artist.