In pictures: Surf Liquor launches pop-up shop and skate park

Last Thursday (22 May) skate and streetwear brand Surf Liquor hosted 300 guests at the Dray Walk Gallery within London's Old Truman Brewery for the launch of its pop-up skateboarding space and shop.


Organised by PR agency Rich London, the event attracted professional skaters, media, stylists and high-profile models such as Billy Huxley.

Throughout the event professional skaters hit the ramps as London punk band The Voodoo Binmen performed live. Guests also had the opportunity to browse Surf Liquor’s spring/summer and autumn/winter collections.

Skating ramps were supplied by skateboarder Pete King of King Ramps, and food and drinks were provided by Belleville Brewing Company.

The pop-up skating space was open to the general public between 23 and 26 May and allowed attendees to purchase clothing, as well as tuck into complimentary hotdogs.

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