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The Brewery

52 Chiswell St, London EC1Y 4SD

The Brewery is a historic, Grade II listed venue occupying the buildings of Whitbread’s 18th Century beer-making empire in central London. 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.


Travelling to the Brewery by public transport is quick and easy; situated in the heart of the City within walking distance of several

Underground and Mainline train stations.

Underground & Rail

  • BARBICAN STATION: (5 minute walk)
    Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Thameslink

  • MOORGATE STATION: (5 minute walk)
    Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Northern, British Rail and Thameslink

  • BANK STATION: (15 minute walk)
    Central, Northern and Waterloo & City

  • LIVERPOOL STREET STATION: (15 minute walk)
    Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Central and mainline rail network.



A network of bus routes serve the local area. Services running within a 5 minute walk of The Brewery include: 153, 214, 43, 141, 21, 271, 76, 100, 388, 4 and 56



There are no car parking facilities on site at The Brewery. There is also limited pay and display street parking available. Convenient multi-storey NCP carparks located at:

  • Beech Street (8am to Midnight everyday)

  • Finsbury Square (24hrs, Mon-Sat)

  • London Wall (24hrs, Mon-Sat)

  • Aldersgate Street (24hrs, open everyday)

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