Welcome to Brewers' Hall

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.”

A unique venue for bespoke events in the heart of the City of London. From business meetings, presentations, corporate dinners to private parties, the traditional yet contemporary and stylish hall provides the perfect setting.

There are currently 48 brewing (or ex brewing) companies as members of the Brewers’ Company. To see a list of member companies and access the Log In for Liverymen click on the link below.

Latest News

A Rose Garland at Midsummer

Our Archivist has been studying the earliest deeds for our Hall in Aldermanbury Square, with some interesting results. The Brewers have had a Hall here since 1402, when they purchased the building (for an unknown sum) from a Mercer. Along with it came 15 earlier deeds proving title and going right back, through the 1300s, to 1291. This earliest deed of 1291 records the sale of the land and building where our Hall now stands, from an Alderman, Walter of Finchingfield (a member of the Golds...

Read more Published on 7 August 2018