The Brewers’ Company is one of the oldest Livery Companies in the City of London and ranks fourteenth in order of precedence. The Company received its first charter from Henry VI in 1438 when the brewers were incorporated as “The Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Brewers of the City of London.”
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A letter at Brewers’ Hall, written in 1759 by a famous Admiral, is a vivid reminder of the special importance of beer to the British navy. We don’t know how it came to be in our archives, but it hints at the part which beer may, perhaps, have played in a naval victory. The letter was written by Sir Edward Hawke while out at sea on the ship Ramilies during the Seven Years’ War with France. He writes, in beautiful copperplate, to the ‘Commissioners of the Victualling’ responsible