The coolest breweries are located in London! In case you didn’t know, London is considered as a beer capital and holds a lot of breweries that are not only trendy but produce affordable, tasty and fresh beer. Tourists may come from abroad to taste a little bit of London’s great sense of hospitality in pubs… and breweries. So, there is absolutely no excuse if you live in London not to try a freshly made pint on a weekend at your local brewery!
Discover our selection of best spots to enjoy in London.
1. Camden Town Brewery, Kentish Town
Located in the edgy Camden, the Camden Town Brewery is the third biggest producer of beer in London. Taste their homemade beer and take it away too! Street food vendors are just around the corner, so why not enjoy a nice afternoon out? You can subscribe for a tasting tour. You’ll love the Camden Hells Lager.
2. Four Thieves, Battersea
Enjoy a fun night out in this fancy venue! Four Thieves is a lot more than a traditional brewery: it has a nice beer garden, a games’ room – the Arcade – on the first floor, an eatery, and it holds numerous events. Ideal if you want a different pub experience, and are looking for something more contemporary.
3. Brockley Brewery Company, Brockley
Located just on the outskirts of Greater London, in the South East, this brewery is hidden away in Brockley streets. You can take the freshly brewed beer at home, and, extra bonus point, you are allowed to bring in your dog too! The atmosphere is friendly, and street food vans are parked nearby so you can snack if feeling quite peckish.
4. St John At Hackney Brewery
Go to Hackney and enjoy a nice pint of beer! Get the ultimate experience by understanding how the beer is made and used. Taste a large variety of lager and be surprised.The atmosphere is trendy but relaxed. The beer is simply delicious and the place definitely worth the visit!
5. Southwark Brewery Company
10 mins away from Tower bridge, this microbrewery is a spacious and comfortable place where drinking beer is a real pleasure. The prices are great, the place has a nice charisma to it. The Pale Ale is to recommend.
6. Old Brewery, Greenwich
The Old Brewery is located not far from the legendary Cutty Sark. This historic pub has a dining room and an outdoor terrace. It is a great place to enjoy a pint in the Summer.
7. Brick Brewery, Peckham
A great place to visit in Peckham. Like other craft beer breweries located around South London, Brick Brewery is based in a railway arch under the tracks. The beer is delicious and the burgers are praised by many. The atmosphere is very friendly- rain or shine you’ll love the place.
8. London Fields Brewery, Hackney
Based in the centre of Hackney, London Fields Brewery is the ideal place to visit when it’s too hot outside. The tap room and the beers will undoubtedly cool you down…An extra thing to know: the handcrafted beers are homegrown – not home-made.
9. Brixton Brewery, Brixton
If you like small venues, this place is made for you! Enjoy home-made pints in a fun and joyful atmosphere. The brewery is object for a break on a Saturday afternoon. This local brewery furs tastings and tours as well.
10. The Redchurch Brewery, Bethnal Green
This artisan brewery is located in the hip Bethnal Green. The Redchurch Brewery is a cool and relaxed place where you can enjoy a diverse range of beers brewed on the site. One recommendation: Paradise Pale Ale.