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Venue price From £85 per person
Venue capacity 28 - 900 people

Spaces at The Brewery

The Porter Tun is a unique, unobstructed event space suitable for a range of large events such as awards dinners. It has a raised balcony perfect for a reception area or presentation platform, and has stunning features such as an exposed King Post timber roof giving a clear span of 60ft above a beautiful 778 square metre antique wooden floor. It is equipped with state of the art sound system, Wifi, and fully integrated LED lighting system. This room is fully air controlled, has natural daylight, and direct access to a loading bay.

The King George III Room, named after his royal visit in 1787, is a unique venue with period features including a barrel vaulted ceiling and exposed brickwork. On the ground floor, the room is directly accessible from the reception and the loading bay, and is joined to the Lower Sugar Room and the Queen Charlotte. The space can hired individually, or together with the Porter Tun for bigger events. The room has solid oak flooring and air conditioning. There is a fully integrated PA system and AMBX intelligent LED lighting with thousands of color colors.

The Sugar Rooms, where the brewing sugar was stored, have natural daylight through elegant feature Georgian windows that overlook the courtyard. The rooms can host up to 100 guests for a standing reception. The lower Sugar Room is often used as a reception area and the upper sugar Room as the main meeting space. Both can be used as separate breakout spaces for larger events or together as more flowing space for networking. There is solid oak flooring in both rooms and exposed wooden beams in the upper Sugar Room. There is an audio PA system and an LED lighting system.

The Smeaton Vaults provide an interesting, private space for parties of around 100 guests. Copper pipes around the walls and the original iron walkway reveal their brewing past but in reality these rooms couldn’t be more modern. There is a built in DB audio PA system and a large projector area and screen. The room has AMBX intelligent LED lighting that can wash the room in colour, highlight the vaulted ceiling, or interact with sounds and images. Fixed hanging points can be added for additional lighting if needed and there is direct access to the loading bay, making set up and break down easy.

The Queen Charlotte has exposed brickwork and a barrel vaulted ceiling. It also offers a private bar that’s concealed by a mirrored window when not used. The Queen Charlotte room is entirely self-contained, so it can be used by itself for banquets, drinks receptions or private dining for up to two hundred guests. Utilise this space as a convenient breakout space for larger events hosted in the King George III. There is direct access to this room from the reception area. The space also has LED lighting in the ceiling that allows for colour washes, and there's a built-in DB audio PA system.

Every event held at the Brewery is unique and exciting - no mundane buffets here! Join us at Christmas to enjoy our overall-venue theme, or hire a space for your own bespoke party. The James Watt Room is a relatively intimate, self-contained party venue, perfectly suited to parties of less than 100. Our Christmas parties are festive, splashy affairs, with customised lighting, food, entertainment, and furnishings. The James Watt Room is also a great venue for a smaller corporate event, such as an award or appreciation ceremony. Our award-winning event designers will ensure a memorable time!

About The Brewery

The Brewery has consistently been recognised as one of London's leading venues for over half a decade. Testament to this are the prestigious awards the venue has recieved for its service levels, planning and food and beverage offering.

As the capital's ultimate event venue The Brewery has hosted events ranging from government conferences, corporate product launches, star-studded charity events and prestigious award ceremonies.

The choice of six rooms, in the heart of the City, caters for 10 to 1000 people in a setting that marries 18th century architecture with cutting edge technology.