18 Wilton Row SW1
A public house in Belgravia, London. It was originally built in 1720 as the officers' mess for the senior infantry regiment of the British army
55 Britton Street, Clerkenwell EC1
The Tavern has occupied several sites in the area since the 14th century and the current building dates from 1720. It is one of the finest pubs in London and is open Monday - Friday for meals, coffee and the full range of beers and ales.
The Princess Louise is a famous pub in Holborn, central London, known for its traditional Victorian interior. If you’re looking for an honest, traditional Great British Pub, the Princess Louise is the place to go. 208 High Holborn,WC1
127 Grove Road, E3
Embossed wallpaper, swirling carpets, a dartboard, decorative china and a host of locals, who have been propping up the bar here for the best part of the last century.The house jazz band on weekends, all in their late 70s, are legendary. And the pub hasn't been redecorated in 50 years - it's a proper east London boozer."
" Give my people plenty of beer, good beer, and cheap beer, and you will have no revolution among them" Queen Victoria
Unit 2 Compass West Industrial Estate, West Rd N 17
Rail: White Heart Lane
Redemption is an award-winning urban craft brewery based in North London. Established in 2010, we are passionate about creating hand crafted beers which consistently deliver big flavours.
The Old Royal Naval College in
The building in which The Old Brewery is housed was built in 1831 and incorporates a cast iron head of a well, thought to be 60 metres deep.
Unit 1 & 2 Yelverton Rd, SW11
Rail: Clapham Junction Tours
We’ve been uncompromising in making quality cask and bottle conditioned ales at our modern brewery since 2008. We use traditional brewing techniques and only the finest English ingredients in our beers.
Chiswick Lane, W4
Tube: Turnham green
816A High Road Leyton E10
Rail:Leyton Midland Road
Queens Yard, Hackney Wick E9
Thursdays at 7.30pm in CRATE’s Brew-Shed and main bar
Please note that we need a minimum of 6 people to start a tour.
London Fields Brewery
365-366 Warburton Street, E8
Arch 11, Dockley Road Industrial Estate SE16
We make Pale Ales, India Pale Ales and old school London Porters and Stouts towards these ends. Bottled alive, to give them time to grow.
We’re in the rail arches beneath Kentish Town West overground station. It’s a 10-minute walk from Camden Town, Chalk Farm or Kentish Town tube stations.
275-276 Poyser Street, E2
Produced in Bethnal Green London e2 our beers are distinctive and adventurous, bottle conditioned to allow them time to mature and grow.
Unit Gf1, 221 Grove Road, Bow Wharf, E3
A distillery producing and importing a range of quality handcrafted spritis including gin, vodka, rum and whisky. Always open for a visit! Opens at 12 pm.