Welcome to Brewers' Hall


During these difficult times the Brewers' Company continues to work hard to deliver its aims and objectives.  With the hospitality industry being amongst the hardest hit, our thoughts are with our Liverymen and their breweries.   Our principal goal is to provide appropriate support to them where we can (members can find out more here).

We also continue to deliver our charitable work to support the beneficiaries of the various charities and foundations for which the Brewers' Company is the trustee, and have become a signatory to London Funders COVID-19 Statement.  We remain closely engaged with our schools as they strive to provide education and pastoral care for their students in these unprecedented circumstances.

In line with Government guidance, Brewers' Hall remains closed for the time being with events, both internal and external, not being held.  We look forward to being your ‘venue of choice’ again in the future and in the meantime send best wishes to our Liverymen and their companies, our beneficiaries and our clients.

Remember: keep safe, stay positive and find somewhere to order your beer online!

And to help you with this, follow the links below to explore the online offers of our members:


The Worshipful Company of Brewers, or Brewers' Company at it is more commonly known, 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 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.

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There are currently 53 brewing (or ex brewing) companies as members of the Brewers' Company. To see a list of member companies click on the link below.

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Latest News

The significance of Lady Day

The Brewers’ Company scrapbook contains (amongst many other items) a bill of fare for a dinner on Lady Day in 1694. But why did Lady Day, 25 March, warrant such a feast - what was its significance?...

Read more Published on 29 March 2021