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Dalston, East London

40ft are a micro brewery in Dalston, East London, who brew in a 40ft shipping container!

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Bianca Road Brew Co

Peckham, London

Bianca Road is part of the wave of new breweries in South London. Started by Reece Wood in early 2016, the brewery is already creating some consistently great beers - our favourites include the seasonal Paradise IPA and the American Pale Ale from their core range.

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Billericay Brewing Company

Billericay, Essex

Launched in 2012, Billericay Brewing Co. has become an important member of the Essex craft beer fraternity – both through its own diverse range (via the Essex Beer Shop/Taproom which also offers beers from other Essex & London based breweries) and by opening its doors to aspiring local brewers (notably Keppels Brewery from Rayleigh, Essex).

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Bishop Nick

Braintree, Essex

Bishop Nick is a brewery of undeniable heritage. Founder and Head Brewer, Nelion Ridley is a member of the Ridley’s Brewery family who produced Essex beers from the banks of the River Chelmer for 163 years over 6 generations until 2005.

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Brentwood Brewing Co

Brentwood, Essex

Co-founded in 2006 by Roland Kannor, Brentwood Brewery producing a great range of traditional cask-based beers, including the award-winning ‘Brentwood Gold’.

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Unit 16a Rosebery Industrial Park, London, N17 9SR

The Brewheadz guys need some respect. Not only were they four Italians displaced from their beautiful homeland but to finance their brewery kit and realise their dream of producing fantastic craft beer for us, the four friends all moved into a one bedroom flat in Angel, brewing in the kitchen and taking it in turns to sleep on the floor.

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Brick Brewery

Peckham, London

Before Brick was born in 2013, owner Ian Stewart used to brew beer in his shed. They’ve moved on a lot since then and plan to expand their capacity with new premises very soon – enabling them to brew even more great beer!

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Brockley Brewery

Brockley, London

Founded by a consortium of beer lovers in 2013, Brockley Brewery continues to make great strides with a new brewing team lead by Jon and Colm from early 2017 backed by the very knowledgeable Matt leading the sales efforts.

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Canopy Beer Co.

Herne Hill, London

Canopy Beer Co. opened its doors under the railway arches in Herne Hill in 2014 – adding a microbrewery to another up-and-coming area of South London. As well as tasting great, the use of imagery on Canopy’s beers is magnificent, conjuring nostalgic images of “The Wind in the Willows” and Beatrix Potter stories.

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Colchester Brewery

Viaduct Brewhouse, Wakes Hall Business Centre, Wakes Colne, Colchester, Essex, CO6 2DY

Colchester Brewery was founded in 2011 by three brewing industry veterans, Tom Knox (Head Brewer), Roger Clark (Head of Sales) and Andy Bone (Chairman) with the aim of using the "double-drop" brewing process to create a range of beers for lovers of real ale brew.

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Crate Brewery

Unit 14, Queens Yard, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5EN

Crate is perhaps the archetypal London craft brewery. Edgy, semi-industrial location in Hackney? Check. Incredible bar serving stone baked pizzas? Check. Brilliant canned (and bottled) beers? Check. Great design? Check.

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Crouch Vale Brewery

South Woodham Ferrers, Essex

Crouch Vale Brewery is the longest established brewery in Essex (following the closure of Ridley’s Essex breweries after Greene King’s takeover in 2005). Indeed, they’re probably the longest running brewery on our supplier list. Don’t let that put you off – it’s tough to establish a brewery now, imagine how difficult it was in 1981. Respect.

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East London Brewing Co.



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Elephant School Brewing Co

Brentwood, Essex

A subsidiary of Brentwood Brewing Co, Elephant School Brewing is named after the Elephant School that was in the base for the army barrack, which was a depot for the Essex Regiment.

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Enefeld Brewing Co.


Located just off the A406 North Circular, the industrial estate may seem rather inauspicious. However, this conceals the surprise presence of Enefeld’s very own bore hole, supplying the brewery with its own pure water supply from the Lea Valley – they even bottle it for use in the taproom!

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Fable Brewery


Fable Brewery is a rather interesting addition to the Essex brewery stable. Led by Sam Martyn (who some will recognise as the talented Head Brewer at George's Brewery in Great Wakering), Fable Brewery is gipsy or cuckoo brewery. This means that rather than having their own premises or equipment, Fable instead hire the facilities of Georges’s Brewery and other Essex breweries.

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Forest Road Brewing Co.

South Hackney

Any brewery that gets Jack Whitehall to voiceover their videos is fine by us. But it helps if the beer is as good as that produced by Forest Road.

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Fourpure Brewing Co.

Bermondsey, London

Fourpure was founded in 2013 by brothers Dan and Tom and they’ve made incredible progress since then. They’ve already acquired a second brewing unit in Bermondsey, and won the 2017 SIBA ‘Best Brewery Business’ award.

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Gipsy Hill Brewing Company

Gipsy Hill, South London

Fantastic brewery based in South London

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Hammerton Brewery

Islington, London

Hammerton Brewery is a microbrewery based in Islington brewing small batch beers with the aim to bring great tasting beer back to the borough and also re-establish the Hammerton Brewery name in London.

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Hop Stuff Brewery


Serial crowd funder, Hop Stuff Brewery was conceived by James Yeomans with the noble aim of bringing craft beer to everyone.

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Keppels Brewery


Keppels Brewery is so new that it isn't even open yet. Well, technically anyway. Dan Keppel, occasionally supported by his dear old Dad, is looking to establish a brand new brewery in yet another historic town in Essex - this time Rayleigh. The plans are afoot and we are super excited that the brewery will be properly up and running by Xmas 2017.

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Kew Brewery

Kew, London

Kew are the furthest west of all the breweries we work with, but their beers are simply too good not to include in our inventory! They’ve been brewing since 2015 and are passionate about sustainability and power all their brews with renewable energy: unsurprising, given their proximity to Kew Gardens!

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Leigh-on-Sea Brewing Co.


​Trendy restaurants? Check. Independent boutiques? Check. Quirky, maritime heritage and beach culture? Check. The one thing that appeared to be missing in Leigh-on-Sea, one of the most popular parts of Southend-on-Sea, was a local brewery to match those in Billericay or Brentwood or similar pockets of London.

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London Beer Lab


The London Beer Lab are always looking to push boundaries - whether they're running a public brewing course or experimenting with new flavours to lift their next creation, you never quite know what is next!

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Unlike most breweries in London, that are based either in the East End, or near the beer hubs in Bermondsey and Tottenham, Moncada started life in West London (Notting Hill to be precise) and now brew in Cricklewood in North West London.

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Mondo Brewing Company


Mondo means “world” in Italian. There’s variations of it in most of the other romance languages. Mondo chose it because we felt it best represented the styles of beer we brew, our collective experiences around the world, our influences coming from so many different cultures, and because it sounds cool.

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One Mile End

Mile End / Tottenham

One Mile End started as a brewpub in 2014 at the White Hart pub at, perhaps unsurprisingly, 1 Mile End Road in East London. Following their success at the White Hart, the One Mile End team relocated their brewing operations to a 12.5 BBL kit in Tottenham (which is fast becoming the centre of the London brewing scene).

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Orbit Beers

Walworth, London

First things first, Orbit Beers are cool. Their beers are named after musical influences (we like Neu!, John Peel and Nico) and the beers look really great - we’re in love with their bottle caps! Orbit was founded after owner, Robert travelled around many of the breweries in Scotland in a VW campervan, sampling the best beers in Scotland – and was inspired enough to start his own brewery.

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Pillars Brewery



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Portobello Brewing Co.

Kensal Green, London

Portobello Brewing is a real mix - combining start-up style energy with vast industry experience. Headed by two brewery industry veterans, Rob Jenkins and Joe Laventure, the rest of the team (not least Head brewer, Farooq Khalid) bring tons of energy and enthusiasm and the result is a vibrant brewery that really knows what it is doing.

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Redchurch Brewery

Bethnal Green, London and Harlow, Essex

Redchurch has grown rapidly since its launch in 2011. So much so, that it’s expanded into a new site in Harlow to continue brewing its ever-popular and beautifully presented core beer range, including the splendid ‘Hoxton Stout’ and ‘Brick Lane Lager’.

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Redemption Brewing Co.

Tottenham, London

Founded in 2010, Redemption was amongst the first wave of craft breweries to emerge in recent years, and certainly the first in the now burgeoning Tottenham brewing scene.

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Saffron Brewery

The Cartshed, Henham, Bishops Stortford, CM22 6AN

Saffron Brewery are a family owned and operated brewery on the Essex / Hertfordshire border, located in the picturesque village of Henham. Taking pride in sourcing ingredients locally (their nearest malt supplier is just 4 miles from the brewery), Saffron's philosophy is to produce delicious ales in the most environmentally friendly way possible.​

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Signature Brew


Signature Brew is another brewery that focuses on two of our favourite things - beer (obviously) but also music (rock on). Any brewery that is supporting Independent Venue Week (the last two weeks in January), stocking beer in 200+ music venues and sponsoring gigs up and down the country is doing right by us! And the beers, well, they are certainly worth making a song and dance about (sorry).

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Solvay Society


Solvay Society is a rather unusual brewery. Named after the influential Physics and Chemistry conferences held in the Belgian town of the same name (the 5th conference in 1927 widely regarded as pivotal in quantum physics), Head Brewer and Founder is not only a Physics PhD but a displaced Belgian. Put simply, Roman's approach is to apply the experimentation and debate which characterised those Solvay Conferences in his academic field to beer - combining modern techniques and styles with traditional Belgian beers.

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The Five Points Brewing Company

Hackney, London

Five Points have become a mainstay of the London craft beer community since their inception in 2013 – not least because of their involvement in setting up the London Brewers’ Market, showcasing the best breweries in London with some really fun events (see our events section for more details of upcoming Brewers’ Markets!).

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The Lost Rivers Brewing Co.

Basildon, Essex (Taproom in Bermondsey, London)

Lost Rivers is a brand-new brewery with an historic reference point. All Lost Rivers beers are named after the ‘lost’ rivers of London – rivers that are often overlooked or forgotten (Neckinger – the excellent Helles style lager) or now don’t exist overground (Walbrook– a refreshing Californian style Pale Ale).

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Villages Brewery

Deptford, London

With experience gained at other London craft breweries (Fourpure, London Beer Factory & Gipsy Hill), it’s easy to see why Villages is one of the most exciting new breweries in London. Archie & Louis Village only began brewing at the end of 2016, and already have a strong core range of 3 great beers.

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Watsons Brewery


Watson’s Brewery is a micro brewery based in Colchester (and perhaps the smallest we've come across). However, what they might lack in size, they certainly make up for with taste - brewing a great selection of small batch, big flavoured beers!

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Weird Beard

Hanwell N7

Born kicking, screaming and moshing into the London beer scene in early 2013, Weird Beard Brew Co don't believe in being stereotyped.

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Wibblers Brewery

Southminster, Essex

Wibblers grew out of Head Brewer Phil Wilcox’s passion for home brewing, which started when he was a poor student in need of cheap beer. Phil’s last homebrew kit now works alongside the main equipment in the brewery – it’s a serious set-up, no buckets involved!

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Wild Card Brewery

Walthamstow, London

We love the guys at Wild Card. They’re among the nicest people on the London craft brewing scene, their beer is brilliant and the taproom is probably the best in London!

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