London Fields Brewery, Hackney

Brewery with Taproom

Established: 2011
Address: 365-366 Warburton St, London E8 3RR

Founded in 2011, London Fields Brewery is based in Hackney in the heart of east London, and was the first commercial brewery to open in the area since the 19th century. The team is proud to produce quality beers for balanced, joyful drinkability with a core line-up ‘brewed to style’ – and a distinctive edge – a notch above the same old, same old.

In 2017 London Fields Brewery was acquired in a joint venture between Brooklyn Brewery and Carlsberg – though continues to run as a standalone, autonomous business.

As part of its relaunch in 2018, Head Brewer Talfryn Provis-Evans has brewed a highly sessionable ‘raw’, unfiltered lager, reworked Hackney Hopster pale ale without skimping on the big-baller hops, and revived 3 Weiss Monkeys, a tropically dry-hopped wheat beer from the London Fields archives.

Going forward the team will be creating a host of experimental and small-batch beers in collaboration with other breweries, the local London Fields community, scientists, artists and all sorts of interesting folk. The opening of the new brewhouse in late 2018 will bring brewing back onsite and create a blank canvas for endless new brews, watch this space.

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Taproom Opening Times

365-366 Warburton St, London E8 3RR

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 5pm to 12am
Friday: 4pm to 12am
Saturday: 12pm to 12am
Sunday: 12pm to 12am