The Brewery

52 Chiswell Street
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The Brewery occupies the site of the former Whitbread brewery in East London. In 1750 Samuel Whitbread, having bought property in the area, transplanted his operations to Chiswell Street from two smaller breweries in Old Street and Brick Lane. Within a few years Whitbread’s brewery had become a vast operation, its sheer size making it an attraction worthy of royal visits. George III, Queen Charlotte, Queen Elizabeth II and Elizabeth the Queen Mother all visited the site prior to its closure in 1976. The Brewery is now the premier event and fine dining venue in the City of London.

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How to find The Brewery

Underground: Barbican (5 minute walk), Moorgate (5 minute walk)

Buses: 21, 43, 76, 100, 141, 153, 214, 271, 388

Parking: NCP car parks on Beech Street, Finsbury Square, London Wall and Aldersgate Street