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London Fields Brewery

365 - 366 Warburton street, London E8 3RR, England
+44 20 7254 7174
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Brewery 'tour' a complete waste of time

This 'tour' was a waste of time and money. You go into a room where beer used to be made (not a... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
dianapod2015
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London, United Kingdom
London Jazz Platform event

Came here for the first London Jazz Platform festival. This is a live music venue in a railway... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nicholas H
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London, United Kingdom
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Inspired by a drought of craft beer in Hackney, London Fields Brewery provides home grown, handcrafted beers, as well as the ever increasing amount of craft products. Based in the centre of Hackney, under two railway arches, London Fields Brewery is proud to put Hackney on the map as a destination for great beer, as well as offering our Taproom cafe bar and a great venue space in the Brewhouse The Taproom serves amazing beer brewed on site, alongside organic wines, ciders and soft drinks and featuring a cracking food menu, open daily. The taproom operates brewery tours every weekday in the evenings and in the day on the weekend, as well as home brewing master classes and Craft Brewing Experience days. Additionally, the Brewhouse is a fantastic new venue which operates out of two large railway arches, with an outdoor courtyard joining the two areas. The event space is suitable for up to 700 guests and it is both spacious and versatile, retaining all the natural charm of the original build and adaptable to different needs. This unique event venue is rapidly becoming one of East London's most sought after venues with an impressive portfolio of past events such as product launches, birthday parties, weddings, gigs and PR events.
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365 - 366 Warburton street, London E8 3RR, England
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This 'tour' was a waste of time and money. You go into a room where beer used to be made (not a brewery any more) and someone talk to you for 15 min and that's it. you are done. During the tour also one of...More

Thank dianapod2015
Reviewed 1 week ago

Came here for the first London Jazz Platform festival. This is a live music venue in a railway arch. Slightly odd experience, because all the seating had been removed to make space, but very few people attended, so the place felt very empty and lacked...More

Thank Nicholas H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was booked via an intermediary but the brewery tour was a farce as no beer is actually brewed there any more and the person giving us the "tour" had only been there a week and clearly had no idea how the brewing process works....More

Thank Timski58
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Cannot recommend LFB enough!! I organised a university ball which took place last night. The staff were friendly and helpful, they were so welcoming and understanding of us as students. Our 120 guests had an amazing night, such an accommodating venue and all of our...More

Thank Sylvie W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very quaint little place under the railway arches. I wasn't keen on a couple of the beers but that's purely down to personal taste. The guy that did the tour was top notch, very entertaining and very knowledgeable. It's not so much a tour as...More

Thank Alan S
Reviewed 2 May 2017

We were seeking a venue for my wife's birthday and having done the brewery tour and visited the London Fields taproom several times since, it made sense to ask them. Amy responded by email within minutes of my initial inquiry, we were able to visit...More

Thank danraywood
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Went to the tap room for my tour of the brewery, we were advised that the previoius tour group was running late and were presented with two pints by way of apology. We were the only people who turned up for our time so two...More

Thank ken a
Reviewed 3 April 2017 via mobile

I booked this trip as a present for my father. The food and service were excellent and I cannot praise our guide more. His knowledge and enthusiasm made our visit. Their range of beers were very palatable and I highly recommend this brewery tour.

Thank Steve P
Reviewed 21 March 2017

It´s positive to note that a craft ale brewery still wants to make cask ale, but I would recommend they check the temperature of the tap a bit more often, and take precautions to not let it rise above 14ºC. It was our first visit...More

Thank onzils
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Oh I've spent every summer Sunday at this place. Its just so magic! Its not big, but very cosy. Snacks are very tasty, massive choice of beers, and what is the most amazing about this place- bands playing jazz, everybody dances and the entrance is...More

Thank Daria S
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