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London Fields Brewery

THIS cafe and bar is tucked away in arches under the railway line that separates London Fields from Mare Street, and is a hot spot for interesting emerging independent traders.

It sells its own craft beers and food from Jimmy Garcia's Southwest Supper Club. The Taproom also offers a wide range of home brewing equipment and a well stocked off licence.

Two neighbouring railway arches – The Brewhouse – are used as an event space for hire for everything from weddings to pop-up cinema experiences.

Railway Arch 365 To 366,
Warburton Street,
Hackney, London
E8 3RR

Telephone: 020 7254 7174

Email: events@londonfieldsbrewery.co.uk

Opening times: Tap Room cafe bar: Mon-Sun, 12noon-11pm.
Event space available for hire 24 hours a day.

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