East London Brewing Company

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Family brewing in East London

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Welcome to the East London Brewing Company.

There’s something inherently gratifying about making beer that appeals to us on a basic level. Maybe it’s to do with the simplicity of the ingredients – water, grain, yeast, hops; maybe the immediacy of the activity and the knowledge that most of what we produce is for our local community; or maybe it’s simply the comfort of being part of a long British tradition.

We are a 10-barrel microbrewery producing draught and bottled real ales for pubs, bars, restaurants and off-licenses, predominantly (but not exclusively!) in and around London.

Please look out for East London Brewing Company beers in your local, find our bottles in select outlets across London or order some in for your next party and tell us what you think!

About Us

The Brews

Beer Taps

Our aim is to product good, honest beers with a focus on quality.

Whether your tastes are best served by our lightest beer, ELB Pale Ale; our dark, comforting Quadrant Oatmeal Stout, or any of our beers in between, we hope you enjoy drinking it as much as we’ve enjoyed making it.

Our Beers

Try Us

You can find our beers at over 150 pubs in London and beyond. We also supply bottled beers to select off-licences. If you're looking for beer for your event, you're welcome to come to the brewery to talk to us about your needs: we can supply in cask, bottles or bag-in-boxes.

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What's in a Brew?

Brewing is an essentially simple process. Click below for a brief overview, or call us, arrange a visit and pick up some bottles while you're at it!

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"As Lascelles’ hoppy pale ale settles in the glass, I watch the rain smattering against the windows. The beer is as wonderful as the setting..."

Michael Hodges, FT.com

"Jamboree Ale comes from the East London Brewery in Leyton just down a shot on the dastardly, daren't-traverse-it-on-a-dark night, Lea Bridge Road and they're producing sensational beer."

The American Londoner

"... Quadrant Stout: my lord keep the prospectors away, we're drinking black gold..."

Duke of Wellington, N1