Other than a handful of locations pouring the pints correctly, London is infamous for having horrible Guinness – there’s even Instagram account devoted to shit London Guinness – however issues are trying up on that entrance as an precise Guinness brewery is coming to city. The £73 million Guinness at Outdated Brewer’s Yard is taking on a number of areas throughout Mercer Stroll, Langley Avenue, Neal Avenue and Shelton Avenue in Covent Backyard, bringing brewing again to an space that first began making beer in 1722.
The 50,000 sq ft venue will probably be residence to a microbrewery producing restricted version beers, a few of which is able to solely be accessible to attempt right here, and working excursions; occasion areas and a lined courtyard that may host meals, drink, and cultural actions; an open-fire kitchen, restaurant and 360-degree glass rooftop house; a Guinness retailer promoting uncommon and collab objects; and an area for Diageo’s Studying for Life coaching programme, with plans for the complete hub to be carbon impartial by 2030. We’ll drink to that.
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Opens autumn 2023
Covent Backyard, London