Welcome to the Brewers' Company

At the heart of the British brewing and beer industry since the 13th Century.

In October 2020 we commenced an exciting redevelopment of Brewers’ Hall which is due to be completed in early 2022. For the duration of the project Brewers’ Hall will be closed.

If you would like to find out more about the ongoing works, please download the latest newsletter below, or contact Neilcott Construction's Site Manager, Danny Magnus dmagnus@neilcott.co.uk.

Neilcott Construction Newsletter June 2021

The Worshipful Company of Brewers

With origins dating back to 13th Century London, the Brewers' Company has been at the heart of the British brewing and beer industry for over 600 years. Today, the Company remains 100% true to its trade, with close ties to British and international brewing companies - between them, the Company's current members brew over 90% of the beer sold in the UK. In addition to supporting its members and the brewing industry, the Brewers' Company is Trustee to a number of charities and foundations, distributing around £2 million each year.

Latest News

15 October 2021

October Court Luncheon 2021

The Master, Wardens and Court Assistants of the Brewers’ Company were delighted to welcome guests from the Aldenham Foundation, Dame Alice Owen’s School and the Company’s military affiliations: HMS ALBION, The Royal Lancers and 9F(Islington) Squadron ATC, to a Court Luncheon at Butchers’ Hall on 14 October.

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07 October 2021

Exploring London's Brewing History

On Tuesday 5 October, Des de Moor – an authority on the History of Brewing in London – took a group of Liverymen and guests on a gentle stroll through some of the brewing history of east London.

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27 September 2021

Welcome Back Brewers!

On Tuesday 21 September, after eighteen long months, we were able to welcome our members to a Brewers’ Company event and once again fulfil, in-person, our objective to provide a forum to foster social contact within the brewing industry and associate organisations.

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