The Brewery occupies the site of the former Whitbread brewery in City of London. In 1750 Samuel Whitbread, having bought property in the area, moved his operations to Chiswell Street from two smaller breweries in Brick Lane, Old and Street.
Within a few years, Whitbread’s brewery had become a huge 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.
Brewing on the site continued until 1976, the last tanker pulling out of the South Yard on April 13, bringing to an end a 225-year era.
The Brewery is in the heart of the City, with a great range of adaptable spaces and a character that sets it apart from most hotel venues. They can host wedding ceremonies, services and receptions for between 40 and 650 guests in unique style.
The on-site Montclair London City Hotel, includes a bridal suite, and allows guests to stay in very close proximity to the venue.
Our most recent wedding to photograph at this unusual and quite unique venue was a a wonderful Greek wedding of Melanie & Andrew. They tied the knot at all Saints Church, Camden.
Their reception was organized by the very well know and respected Perrys The wedding company based in London.