With the emphasis on personality and originality, The Brewery is in the heart of the City, with a great range of adaptable spaces and a character that sets us apart from other London venues.

Our wedding licence includes every room within our venue and allows us to host your wedding ceremony and reception on-site for between 40 and 1,000 guests. We can perform civil ceremonies and civil partnerships, and have hosted culturally diverse weddings from the Asian, Jewish and Greek communities.

Our wedding package prices start from £110+vat per person

Here comes the bride

Through the arched entranceway our beautiful 18th Century cobbled courtyard is secretly hidden away from the busy city streets. Its stunning historical setting provides a unique backdrop to your wedding photographs, grand entrance for the bride and during the summer an outdoor oasis for your canapé reception.

The Porter Tun is one of the most striking rooms available in London for weddings. An exposed King Post timber roof gives a clear span of 60ft above a 778 square metre antique wooden floor making it a perfect location for larger wedding parties looking to host the whole wedding in one room.
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Connected to both the Queen Charlotte and Lower Sugar Room, The King George III Room (named after his visit in 1787) has exposed brickwork,a barrel vaulted ceiling and period lanterns. The King George III Room can be used alone or in conjunction with the Porter Tun for weddings.
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Shares the same features as the King George III but as a smaller space the Queen Charlotte is the perfect venue for 200 guests. Featuring a barrel vaulted ceiling, that can be illuminated by bold LED lighting, warm exposed brickwork and a hidden bar to help utilise all of the available space this room has a character all of its own.
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The Sugar Rooms will flood your wedding with natural daylight through the elegant Georgian windows that overlook the courtyard. Split into 2 spaces, The Upper and Lower Sugar Rooms, they can be used in conjunction to host all the different stages of your day.
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One of the most unique spaces for wedding parties available at The Brewery. Originallyused for storing beer these rooms feel light and airy thanks to the contemporary decoration and the huge vaulted ceilings. The Vaults are made up of two spaces that are used in conjunction with each other to host all the stages of your wedding day.
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Grinding malt and pumping beer takes energy. In 1785, the team of pump horses was replaced by a James Watt steam engine at the Brewery, and this room is named in his honour. Our most intimate space is self-contained and perfect for smaller wedding parties.
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East End spirit (and beer): The Brewery 1750

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.

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.

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The Brewery is also available for dry hire.
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