Guinness is opening a brand new £73 million microbrewery in Covent Backyard


Apparently, one in each ten pints bought in London is now a Guinness. So stout lovers, rejoice! A brand-new ingesting vacation spot dubbed Guinness at Previous Brewer’s Yard is ready to open in Covent Backyard subsequent yr, following a lip-biting £73 million funding. 

The microbrewery and occasions hub (though it doesn’t sound all that micro to us, with the venue taking on 50,000 sq. ft) can be situated on a historic brewing web site, that first produced beer 300 years in the past, masking Mercer Stroll, Langley Avenue, Neal Avenue and Shelton Avenue. 

It is going to characteristic a brewery with limited-edition beers, occasions areas, a coated courtyard, a Guinness store and an open-fire kitchen and restaurant with a 360-degree glass rooftop. There may also be the chance to attempt new brews – some that’ll solely be accessible there – and tour the joint with a Guinness skilled. 

The venue plans to be carbon impartial by 2030, to be absolutely accessible upon opening and to practice 100 bartenders every year by means of a abilities programme (fingers crossed that helps to restrict the variety of disappointing beer heads on the earth). The house is set to open in Autumn 2023, topic to planning permission and session interval. 

Try these new renderings of the venture: 

Picture: Diageo

Inside the new Guinness microbrewery
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Outside of the new Guinness microbrewery
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Inside rendering of the new Guinness microbrewery
Picture: Diageo

Discipline Day has simply added a ton of thrilling new acts to its 2022 line-up.

Issues to do in London this weekend.


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