Original Gravity Magazine Launching Toronto Edition This Spring

TORONTO, ON – British beer publication Original Gravity has announced that it will soon be branching out to Canada, with the upcoming debut of a Toronto-based edition.

Set to launch its first issue on May 17th, the Toronto edition of Original Gravity will be a free quarterly publication overseen by editor-in-chief Stephen Beaumont.

“Toronto has been crying out for a top beer publication for a long time,” says Beaumont in a statement. “So when [publisher] Daniel [Neilson] approached me with the idea of launching a local version of Original Gravity, a magazine I have long admired on my visits to London, I leapt at the chance.”

Original Gravity in the UK is a respected publication with an interesting angle that appeals to all readers, from the merely craft beer-curious to die-hard beer enthusiasts,” adds Neilson. “When I decided to launch in Canada, there was only one person to approach, and that was Stephen [who] will bring his vast expertise and brilliant writing to the magazine.”

Toronto-focused versions of several columns from the UK edition of the magazine including “The Art of Beer” and “The 6-Pack” will appear in the off-shoot, alongside feature articles by Beaumont and other local beer writers including Jordan St. John and Robin LeBlanc.

Further information about Toronto’s Original Gravity will be announced via Twitter and the magazine’s website closer to its launch date.

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