Interactive Map of London Based Breweries
I’ve spent some time plotting the 49 breweries currently located in the Capital – it seems there are some areas where breweries are clustered together and would make excellent places to visit – especially for craft beer fans.
I have used 4 icons – a tankard icon indicates the brewery is either a brew pub or a brewery where you can drink and taste their beer on site. The factory icon indicates the brewery doesn’t serve or sell beer on premises – so you’ll have to try their beer elsewhere. A shopping basket means there is a brewery shop on site. A chap sitting at a desk means the brewery is elsewhere or they use other breweries for their brewing. Hope you all find the map useful.
A small craft brewery, founded by Ben Owen and Alex Wilson, and originally based in Chessington, Surrey. Two friends, with very understanding other halves, both with a passion for beer, brewing, and the history behind the industry which has come from years of home brewing and lots of research. They decided in 2011 to start making plans for a commercial brewery, and officially started brewing in January 2012, with their first bottles available in April that year.
Their beers have been heavily influenced by English breweries from the 1800's that have now long-since closed their doors, heritage is important to them and all their beers are made with a nod to the brewers and breweries of former times.
They regularly produce a range of four core beers named after the compass points, and North Pole is brewed for the festive season. They also brew a limited edition beer under our New Frontiers range each month, produced in small batches and aimed the drinker wanting something just a little bit different.
29 Cheshire Gardens, Chessington KT9 2PR, United Kingdom
The brewery is to be found at the Black Horse pub in Barnet. The plan for Barnet Brewery is to brew different specials aimed at the traditional session beer market that they have at the Black Horse. They are also keen to start a program of brewing beers and age them for 2/3 months in their old port oak barrels.
They have also joined a small cooperative based in Norfolk which brings brewers and farmers together so they will have a great story to tell about their raw materials. They are also very keen to promote collaborative brews amongst its members and have done some work with international brewers. Watch this space, beer in Barnet during 2013 is going to be big news...hopefully!
92 Wood Street, Barnet EN5 4HY, United Kingdom
Beavertown was the old cockney name given to the historic De Beauvoir area, famed across Victorian London for its rich characters and infinite revelry.
Beavertown was set up in December 2011 by Logan Plant and Byron Knight in the kitchen of Duke's Brew and Que, in De Beauvoir, Hackney, London. The brew house, situated opposite the two Smokers of the BBQ restaurant, runs at 4BBL per brew (650 litres - 1150 pints). In March of 2013 they moved out of their home at Duke's Brew & Que and into their new brew site at Unit 4 Stour Road, Fish Island, London E3 2NT. Now with a little bit more space they can push the boundaries of brewing and get more amazing beers out to the thirsty masses.
Unit 4, Stour Road, Fish Island, London E3 2NT, United Kingdom
|Belleville Brewing Co
Belleville Brewing Co
They are a new microbrewery, brewing American style beers right here in London. The brewery is up and running and they are brewing six varieties of beer: Battersea Brownstone Ale (4.8% ABV), Thames Surfer (5.7% ABV), Commonside Pale Ale (5% ABV), Chestnut Porter (4.9% ABV), Northcote Blonde (4.2% ABV), Spring Break (4.4% ABV).
Jaggard Way, London SW12 8SG, United Kingdom
|The Botanist Brewery
The Botanist Brewery
Proud to be artisan brewers at The Botanist, developing their own craft beers and ales in-house. They use only the finest ingredients and their brews are matured in their fermentation vessels for a week, allowing them to mature and develop their own unique characteristics and flavours. After fermentation, the brews settle in their distinctive green and pink casks before being enjoyed just 4 yards from where they were produced in the bar/restaurant. They regularly brew 8 beer varieties: Pale Ale, Kolsch Style Ale, Bitter, Wheat, Brown Ale, Blonde, Red Ale, and Stout - all designed to be paired with food served in their restaurant.
Kew Green, Kew, Richmond TW9 3AA, United Kingdom
|Brew By Numbers
Brew By Numbers
An exciting and forward-thinking nano-brewery with beers that focus on quality and drink-ability. Still in the very early stages they often use the brewing capability at the Kernel Brewery in order to produce larger batches.
79 Enid Street, City of London, London Borough of Southwark SE16 3RA, United Kingdom
Tucked neatly into Brew Wharf Yard on Stoney Street, the bar opens up a new oasis, away from the bustling market. Its entrance is set within the railway arches next to Wine Wharf, and adds a further dimension to Vinopolis by offering an inspired selection of beers. From cherry to wheat beer, Brew Wharf offers the rare opportunity to sample a wide range of beers from around the world.
Created by award winning (Michelin, Carlton, timeout etc) restaurateurs Claudio Pulze. The food and service are paramount but with the wonderful opportunity to offer a great beers from around the world.
Brew Wharf, Stoney Street, Southwark SE1 9AD, United Kingdom
|The Brockley Brewing Company
The Brockley Brewing Company
Brewing craft beer in Harcourt Rd, SE4. Try a glass in discerning pubs and bars in south-east London. Their craft beers can be regularly found in around 28 South East pubs - check out their facebook page for more details.
31 Harcourt Road, London SE4 2AJ, United Kingdom
In June 2008 Jamie and Lizzie Brodie took over the abandoned Sweet William Brewery in East London. After six weeks hard work cleaning, replacing missing equipment and fixing up what was left, Brodie's beers was born. Brodies IPA was first brewed on the 8th August. Based on a recipe that Jamie used to brew in his bath at home. It proved to be a hit with punters. Four years and 150 different beers later Brodie's is still going strong. They even have their own small (very small) bottling machine incase you want to take some of their beer home with you!
816a High Road Leyton, London E10 6AE, United Kingdom
|By The Horns Brewing Co
By The Horns Brewing Co
Two twenty something lads who strive to create fun, interesting, flavoursome and exciting beers for the nervously curious and discerning enthusiasts alike.
As an independent craft brewery they are not governed by any external forces, they can produce what they want when they want. There is no board to answer to, so they will only ever need to answer to you; the most important judge - the drinker! They will never compromise on quality or substitute high quality ingredients for inferior products. They enjoy beer whatever beer machine it is served from, be it Cask, Keg, Bottle or Boot!
The Brewery Tap is now open Thursday and Fridays 5-10pm and Saturdays 12-6pm
25 Summerstown, London, Wandsworth SW17, United Kingdom
|Camden Town Brewery
Camden Town Brewery
It started at The Horseshoe in Hampstead, North London, where Jasper Cuppaidge brewed beneath the pub. From there they moved up out of the cellars, down the road and into railway arches right below Kentish Town West Overground Station.
That was early in 2010. They have since converted seven old Victorian arches and installed a beautiful modern brewery, made by Braukon in Germany. They have developed their ideas into recipes and started selling their first beers into London in the summer of 2010. Camden Town Brewery was out there at the start of the craft beer London renaissance.
Their brewery bar is open Thursday to Saturday 12pm to 11pm
55 Wilkin Street Mews, London NW5, United Kingdom
|Clarence and Fredericks Brewing Co
Clarence and Fredericks Brewing Co
Located in central Croydon, Clarence & Fredericks is a family business launched in October 2012. Set up by Duncan Woodhead and his partner, Victoria Barlow, their brewery is named after their son, Frederick, and the road where they live in Sutton.
As head brewer, Duncan used his experience as brewer at WJ King in Horsham to create his own recipes in his nanobrewery at home. Providing quality real ales for local pubs is particularly important to him because he's an active CAMRA member and supporter of community-focused pubs. Turning his passion for real ale into a family business has been a labour of love.
35a Neville Road, Croydon CR0 2DS, United Kingdom
Crate is Hackney Wick’s first craft brewery and pizzeria, situated canal-side in a former print factory. Built, owned and operated by locals, their converted industrial interior is one of a kind and has been crafted with reclaimed materials from around the Wick. Since launching in late july 2012, their unique look and delicious offerings have already seen them receive national and international acclaim, with Zagat voting Crate one of London’s hottest new bars.
Currently they are serving up their Crate lager, golden ale, india pale ale, best bitter and new Crate stout – all lovingly brewed on-site, in addition to a range of other craft beers from around the world. And what better to accompany a pint than a delicious Crate stone baked pizza? With seven varieties including middle eastern lamb, red onion-courgette-feta and gremolata and laksa chicken, there is one to suit every palate. Their kitchen is open 12noon-10pm daily.
Queen's Yard, London E9 5EN, United Kingdom
|The Cronx Brewery
The Cronx Brewery
Cronx opened in the summer of 2012 becoming the first non brewpub brewer in Croydon for more than 50 years. They have already made a great start producing a lovely session ale, a porter and pale ale. Their name is derived from a local nickname for their home town Croydon.
Vulcan Business Centre, Croydon CR0 9UG, United Kingdom
|East London Brewing
East London Brewing
Husband-and-wife team Stuart Lascelles and Claire Ashbridge-Thomlinson have created a 10-barrel microbrewery producing draught and bottled real ales for pubs, bars, restaurants and off-licenses, predominantly (but not exclusively!) in and around London.
There’s something inherently gratifying about making beer that appeals to them on a basic level. Maybe it’s to do with the simplicity of the ingredients – water, grain, yeast, hops; maybe the immediacy of the activity and the knowledge that most of what they produce is for their local community; or maybe it’s simply the comfort of being part of a long British tradition.
Lammas Road, London E10, United Kingdom
Mike Ellenberg brews at the Weird Beard facility
Boston Business Park, Trumpers Way, London W7 2QA, United Kingdom
|Five Points Brewing Company
Five Points Brewing Company
A brand new brewery in the heart of Hackney, East London - offering wonderful handcrafted flavoursome beers in cask, keg and bottle.
3 Institute Place, London E8 1JZ, United Kingdom
|The Florence Brew Pub
The Florence Brew Pub
Some pubs have water features. Their brew pub just happens to turn the water into beer.
When they first opened making beer, there were five breweries in London, and only one other Brewpub. Since then the bandwagon has gotten pretty crowded. They might not be the biggest, or have won any brewing competitions (because they haven't entered any), but what they say that they almost certainly have more fun than anybody else doing it.
Peter Haydon is the man behind the Brewery. An author, pub historian, and beer sommelier, he has brought new levels of knowledge, care and hard graft to the proceedings, meaning they are now selling more of the stuff than they ever have before.
131 Dulwich Road, London SE24 0NG, United Kingdom
London's biggest brewery based on the river in Chiswick - still producing some wonderfully crafted beers - including 2 of my favourites - ESB and Bengal Lancer IPA. The main beer is dedicated to London and named accordingly - London Pride.
Chiswick Lane South, London W4 2QB, United Kingdom
Hackney Brewery was established in July 2011 by Jon Swain and Peter Hills. Pete and Jon met almost ten years ago, working at the Eagle pub on Farringdon road and subsequently at the Charles Lamb Pub in Islington.
They started out a good while ago as all-grain nano-brewers and decided to make the leap and turn their passion for good beer into a business. After a great first year their beers are going out to Hackney, London and beyond.
As Hackney residents they want to put something back into the community as well as supplying it with good beer. As such, Hackney Brewery will donate a penny from every pint of beer they sell to local Hackney registered charities and good causes.
Laburnum Street, London, Hackney E2 8BB, United Kingdom
|Ha'Penny Brewing Co
Ha'Penny Brewing Co
The Ha’penny Brewing Company Limited, operating out of the Cuckoo Hall Brewery in Aldborough Hatch, Essex is run by Chris Penny and Gavin Happé, two craft brewing, Real Ale enthusiasts, members of CAMRA and the Craft Brewing Association.
Craft brewing since 2003, they have developed a range of flavoursome and unique ales, brewed for you, their prospective and discerning customer, to sup and enjoy at your leisure. They have a keen eye on exacting standards, and use only the finest, traditionally malted barley, hops and yeast to produce beers of uncompromising and unsurpassed quality on a small scale.
In February of 2008 they decided that Aldborough Hall Farm, one of the last corners of rural calm on the East London – Essex border, with its giant willow tree and pond for the geese, was the perfect location to establish Greater London's newest brewery.
Having leased a former stable block, previously used as a commercial pottery, works of loving restoration lasting 18 months prepared the way for the installation of our 5.5 barrel brewery in Spring 2009.
The Cuckoo Hall Brewery, is named for a safe-house once used by local Highwayman Dick Turpin and their ales are named after the great, the good, the notorious and the legendary of the City of London.
Cuckoo Hall Brewery, Aldborough Hatch, Aldborough Road North, Ilford IG2 7SY, United Kingdom
|Howling Hops Brew Pub
Howling Hops Brew Pub
Located in The Cock Tavern in Hackney this brew pub creates a large array of brews - from light IPAs to Porters, various light ales, stouts and porters - visit the pub to try some of their great craft beers
315 Mare Street, London E8 1EJ, United Kingdom
|The Kernel Brewery
The Kernel Brewery
"The brewery springs from the need to have more good beer. Beer deserving of a certain attention. Beer that forces you to confront and consider what you are drinking. Upfront hops, lingering bitternesses, warming alcohols, bodies of malt. Lengths and depths of flavour." This is their philosophy and with that in mind they create beautifully crafted Pale Ales, India Pale Ales and old school London Porters and Stouts. Bottled alive, to give them time to grow..
The brewery is open every Saturday from 9am to 3pm to sell their beer directly from the brewery - so get down there and buy some beer.
Dockley Road, London Borough of Southwark SE16 3SF, United Kingdom
|The Lamb Brewery
The Lamb Brewery
Using only the finest ingredients, their brews mature in our fermentation vessels for at least a week. This allows them to develop their own unique characterises and individual flavours. Not sure what beer to try first? Take advantage of their beer paddles - served in the brew pub - allowing you to taste each unique brew in 1/3rd Pint Glasses and if you fall in love with one, don’t forget that they also have mini-kegs to take away.
9 Barley Mow Passage, London W4 4PH, United Kingdom
|Late Knights Brewery
Late Knights Brewery
Founder Steve Keegan, had spent a lot of time working with other London brewers, as well as a brewer from his home back in Middlesbrough, he got really interested in the marketing side of brewing and worked with Matt at Truefitt in Middlesbrough in designing, brewing and marketing a beer in London.
Within a few weeks Late Knights Brewing was conceived and with the help of some great friends he converted a 200m2 warehouse in Penge, SE London and has recently upped production to 50 casks a week (alongside Shamblemoose Brewery - that shares his facility).
21 Southey Street, Bromley, London Borough of Bromley SE20 7JD, United Kingdom
|Little Brew Brewery
Little Brew Brewery
Founder Stu Small has spent his first year proving the concept of Little Brew and creating his recipes - creating small batches on his 1 Barrel system and selling locally mainly in bottle format.
He is now seeking £100k funding to help expand and upscale his operation along with relocating the brewery to York - sadly Little Brew will not be London based for much Longer - although thankfully the beer still will be!
43 Carol Street, London NW1 0HT, United Kingdom
|London Brewing Co
London Brewing Co
The London Brewing Company is a micro brewery based in the Bull in Highgate. Their brewer has recently just started whisking up batches of boutique beer.
Their regular beers include their house ale called Beer Street, after Hogarth's (a regular in days gone by) lesser known work depicting people genteelly enjoying beer - they also regularly brew an American-style pale ale Nervous Energy, which sums up their project to bring the Bull back to life in a pint!
13 North Hill, London N6 4AB, United Kingdom
|London Fields Brewery
London Fields Brewery
Inspired by a drought of craft beer in Hackney – one of the most culturally vibrant areas in London – they thought it was about time Hackney had its very own brewery to provide home grown, handcrafted beers alongside the ever increasing amount of craft products being produced here.
In August 2011, London Fields Brewery was born, based in the centre of Hackney, under the railway arches next to the oasis of greenery within the smoke that is London Fields itself. Now a part of a growing number of fine breweries in Hackney and London, they are proud to help spread the word of craft beer around the country and put Hackney on the map as a destination for great beer.
365 Warburton Street, London E8 3RR, United Kingdom
|Meantime Brewing Company
Meantime Brewing Company
When Meantime was just a seed of an idea back in the early 2000's it was always founder Alastair Hook's vision to not only make great beer but to educate people about it too, that's why they've recently opened their brewery to the public, so you can come and be a part of his Meantime story. They have tours running at various times in the week, feel free to pop by.
Blackwall Lane, London SE10 0AR, United Kingdom
Eureka moments can strike at any time, anywhere. It struck Julio Moncada in 2010 when he realised his passion for fine ales was in fact a signpost to forging a new career. He had found himself at a career crossroad and was thinking of developing a deli. But then he attended a course on the fine art of brewing and his eureka moment struck. In autumn 2011, Moncada Brewery was launched with the aim of creating outstanding traditionally crafted ales using only the finest raw ingredients sourced as much as possible locally.
Having settled in West London after leaving his native Argentina in 2001, he wanted to establish his brewery in the area. The location of their premises around the corner from Portobello Road lies behind the choice of Notting Hill as the name for their range of beers. At the moment, they produce seven types of ales to suit all tastes; Blonde, Bitter, Amber, Summer, Porter, Ruby Rye and our newest addition Stout.
Middle Row, London W10 5AT, United Kingdom
|Meantime - The Old Brewery
Meantime - The Old Brewery
The Old Royal Naval College Chapel, King William Walk, London, United Kingdom
Partizan is the latest London brewer to start brewing under the arches. Founder and Leeds native Andy Smith is well-versed in London beer, having previously worked at the White Horse and Redemption. He even managed to get his equipment free from The Kernel!
There is a brewery bar open Saturdays 11am - 5pm, selling a range of beers to drink in or take away.
8 Almond Road, London SE16 3LR, United Kingdom
|Portobello Brewing Company
Portobello Brewing Company
Conceived by brewer Iain Masson, the man in charge at The Kite Brewery in Carmarthenshire Wales, Portobello is just starting out on its brewing adventure - with some great beers already being brewed: the likes of crisp, bitter Portobello Pale and their Pilsner (made with Saaz, Hallertau and Brewer's Gold hops)
Mitre Bridge Industrial Park, London W10 6AU, United Kingdom
|Pressure Drop Brewing
Pressure Drop was formed in 2012 and they sold their first beers in January 2013. The founders Graham O'Brien, Sam Smith, and Ben Freeman are three blokes in a railway arch doing lots of cleaning and trying to make the tastiest beers that they can!
Bohemia Place, London E8 1DU, United Kingdom
The Redchurch brewery strives to create uncompromising modern beers to make you think. Produced and located in Bethnal Green London their beers are distinctive and adventurous, bottled live to allow them time to mature and grow using the finest malted barley, hops, and yeast.
To preserve the depth of flavour and complexity they work hard to produce, they never filter or pasteurise.
They don’t tolerate bland flavourless beer and neither should you.
You can find their beers at their brewery bar, and all over East London and further afield.
275 Poyser Street, London E2 9RF, United Kingdom
|Redemption Brewing Company
Redemption Brewing Company
Redemption is an award-winning urban craft brewery based in North London. Established in 2010, the founders are passionate about creating hand crafted beers which consistently deliver big flavours.
They only use the finest raw materials to brew modern beers brimming with character, taste and integrity. Their contemporary outlook on brewing, using subtle twists on traditional recipes and age old production methods is reflected across a core range of six cask beers.
Ingredients are sourced from the very best suppliers in England. Finest Maris Otter malted barley is mostly grown by farmers across the fields of the English countryside. They do go a little further afield for a wide range of whole flower hops from exciting New World varieties to the more traditional crops grown in Kent’s Garden of England.
Compass West Industrial Estate, West Road, London N17 0XL, United Kingdom
|Rocky Head Brewery
Rocky Head Brewery
Rocky Head Brewery is a micro (5BBL) brewery set up by a group of friends inspired by the American Craft Brewing scene.
The brewery is probably the most ramshackle in the UK, equipment sourced and modified from here, there and everywhere.. It seems to work though!
They craft artisanal batches of intensely flavoured pale ale by hand, loaded with American and New Zealand hops.
Glenville Mews, Kimber Road, London SW18 4NJ, United Kingdom
Back in 2006, Duncan Sambrook and two university friends were sitting together searching the vast list of beers on offer at the Great British Beer Festival. they were looking for a beer brewed in London – other than in Chiswick. To their surprise there was not one. So – after admittedly a few too many – They hatched a plan to bring brewing back to the heart of London.
Six months later and still fresh with this exciting new idea, Duncan took his first step to becoming a brewer; purchasing three second-hand tanks of a five-barrel brewing plant from an ex-brewer - years later and with many lessons learnt he has a successful and fully operation 20-barrel plant in Battersea making a great array of beers.
Unit 1 and 2, Yelverton Road, London SW11 3QG, United Kingdom
Lena O'Sullivan is the head brewer (what? a lady brewer?) and hails from Wyoming. She is based in Haslemere, Surrey, and when she is not brewing she chases after her dog and cat, called Moose and Barley - hence the name Shamblemoose.
Long time friend Steve Keegan, a master of pubs and fellow brewing enthusiast, invited her to share his the Late Knights Brewery facility in Penge on a permanent basis - two breweries in one facility, which is pretty cool!
21 Southey Street, London SE20 7JD, United Kingdom
What do you do when you can’t stand paying a fortune for another horrible, warm, weak, insipid lager at a gig? Well, David Riley and Sam McGregor, working as music marketeers wanted to bring about a change, and their solution was teaming up with an experienced brewer, Tom Bott, to create Signature Brew.
They quit their day jobs, and now their young company makes amazing craft beers in collaboration with bands and musicians, giving them the opportunity to brew a beer that they and the fans would love to drink at their gigs
Hackney Downs Studios, Amhurst Terrace, London E8 2BT, United Kingdom
|Tap East Microbrewery
Tap East Microbrewery
Tap East, is a specialist beer bar and microbrewery located opposite Stratford International station in "The Great Eastern Market" at Westfield Stratford. They have a regularly changing range of 16 Tap East and guest draught beers as well as over 100 bottled beers from around the world. Open Mondays to Saturdays 11am to 11pm and Sundays 12 noon - 10pm.
7 International Square, Montfichet Road, Westfield Stratford City, London, United Kingdom
The brewery that was once the pride of East London is back. One of the greatest names in British brewing, Truman’s has been a part of London life for almost 350 years. Closed in 1989 during dark days for the brewing industry, the new owners have been working hard to bring Truman’s back to its former glory.
August 2013 saw the long hours and stressful days pay off, with the opening of the new brewery, The Eyrie, in Hackney Wick.
Their approach is simple; great beer with bags of flavour that drinks like a dream.
2 Stour Road, Hackney Wick, London E3 2NT, United Kingdom
|Twickenham Fine Ales
Twickenham Fine Ales
Twickenham Ales started brewing almost 10 years ago (in 2004) on a 10 BBL site - more recently they have moved premises and upgraded to 25 BBL capacity - making them one of the largest microbreweries in Greater London. Having also recruited 2 new great head brewers from other good reputable breweries - they are definitely in a good position and moving in the right direction. Their core beer range includes four beers: Naked Ladies Ale (4.4% ABV), Sundancer Session Bitter (3.7% ABV), Yakima Valley ABA Brown Ale (4.8% ABV) and Autumn Red (4.4% ABV).
Unit 6, 18 Mereway Road, Twickenham TW2 6RG, United Kingdom
|Weird Beard Brew Co
Weird Beard Brew Co
Weird Beard Brew Co are two award-winning homebrewers wanting to take their passion for drinking and creating great hand-crafted beers out of the kitchen and beyond the garage.
After winning prizes in homebrew competitions at both the local and national level, coupled with great feedback from fellow beer geeks, Gregg and Bryan made the decision to take this passion to the next level and go pro.
No gimmicks, no crap and never knowingly under hopped. Just great hand-crafted beer brewed in West London with the best ingredients, knowledge, and respect for process, and a little insanity.
Unit 5, Boston Business Park, Trumpers Way, London W7 2QA, United Kingdom
|Wild Card Brewery
Wild Card Brewery
Wild Card Brewery's roots lie in Nottingham where Andrew Birkby and William John Harris met stacking shelves in a high street shop as teenagers. Their friendship was founded on a shared appreciation of real ale.
This quickly led to home brewing on a growing set of kit that Wallace and Gromit would have been proud of. As they honed their skills a desire to take their beer to the market took an unshakeable hold on them. A couple of years' hard work later and Wild Card Brewery's Jack of Clubs went on sale for the first time in January 2013. Wild Card Brewery is based in Walthamstow, East London.
318 Higham Hill Road, London E17 5RG, United Kingdom
|Windsor and Eton Brewery
Windsor and Eton Brewery
Not strictly in London – but part of the London Brewers’ Alliance.
Windsor ales were once famous amongst rich and poor alike. When Burge’s Brewery closed its doors in 1931, it brought to an end a tradition of Windsor brewing that had lasted for well over 300 years.
In just seven weeks the four new founders (Paddy, Will, Jim and Bob) managed to create a new brewery from scratch. On the 1st March 2010, St David’s Day, they began installing the brewing vessels and on 23rd April 2010, St George’s Day, Guardsman Best Bitter was on sale in pubs. Seventy-nine years after the closure of Windsor’s last brewery, beer was back!
Their ambition is simple – to make Windsor famous again as a brewer of some of the finest and most talked about beers in the country.
Duke Street, Windsor SL4 1SP, United Kingdom
The actual brewery is now actually located in Bedford. The original London site is now used as office space for the Brewery.
Riverside House, 26 Osiers Road, London SW18, United Kingdom
Zerodegrees was started because the founders knew that their customers would share their passion for fresh, modern, and innovative cuisine based on locally sourced ingredients, and for beer that does not contain any nasties. Being a family run company, they've been able to run Zerodegrees with those values in mind ever since.
They feel proud to be able to say that their beer has no preservatives, no additives, no pasteurising, and no filtering, and that their food continues to meet their customer's expectations for great taste and innovation.
Now located in 4 locations - London (Blackheath), Bristol, Reading and Cardiff
29 Montpelier Vale, London SE3 0TJ, United Kingdom
|Duke's Brew and Que
Duke's Brew and Que
Beavertown brewery are still brewing where they started - in this brew pub that offers great BBQ food - including gorgeous sticky ribs - Time out had this to say: "These sticky ribs are the closest thing to the perfect rib that you’ll find outside the American Deep South." A Time Out Top 10 dish in London and a nominee by Eating & Drinking Awards 2012
33 Downham Road, De Beauvoir Town, Hackney, London N1 5AA, United Kingdom