We are hugely passionate about our beer and want to share what we do with as many people as possible, so we are holding brewery tours every Saturday at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm and now on Sundays at 1pm and 3pm only. These are a great opportunity to give you an insight into what we get up to under our East London railway arches.
During your tour of London Fields Brewery, we will be talking you through our equipment and explaining the beer making process. From why we use certain hops and what difference the choice of grains make, to how we package is all integral to the finished product. You will see parts of the brewery that general public normally do not have access to.
The tour takes approximately 30 minutes and includes a full tour of our East London brewery, followed by a tutored beer tasting in our Tap Room, joining the dots between the process and the glass.
Groups are welcome but we regret we can take no more than 20 people at any one session. London Brewery Tours are available to over 18s only and please book in advance via the ticketing system below as spaces are limited.
Tour Gift Vouchers:
If you are know somebody who might particular enjoy one of our london brewery tours, or are simply after a nice gift idea for a friend or loved one then you can purchase a tour and download one of our vouchers – Please remember that the tour will still need to be booked in advance and booking dates will be subject to availability. When you or the person taking the tour is ready, please contact us with your preferred dates @ email@example.com
In August 2011 we installed a 2.5 brewers barrel (400L) system and started to produce beers for events at the brewery and a few local pubs. Due to the great success of the events and the interest in our beers, we took the decision to expand. After a bit of research and relocation to a larger arch just down the road, we now brew on a traditional 11 brewers barrel (1,800L) system rescued from the sadly closed Ventnor brewery on the Isle Of White. After a good cleanup, a few more tanks were sourced from various breweries across the UK and a lot of DIY, we now have 12,800L of fermentation capacity and 33,600L for conditioning.