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The London Brewers Alliance hopes to unite those who make local beer with those who love it, and represent the vibrant heritage and contemporary scene of beer brewing in the great city of London.
“London boasts a vast array of locally produced tipples adding weight to our status as a world class centre of gastronomic excellence. Brewing in the capital follows a fine historic tradition and it is great that old favourites and newer micro-breweries are finding favour. I am pleased to support the London Brewers Alliance’s work to help even more people get a taste for London brews.”
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London
The London Brewers’ Alliance was formed in 2010 as a loose collective of breweries within the M25 to celebrate the resurgence of brewing in London.
Its main object is to promote excellence in all aspects of brewing within London by:
promoting the sale of beer brewed by its members
promoting its members
participating in any suitable event that promotes members interests
co-operating with any other body that is deemed to have similar aims
supporting the improvement of brewing skills among the membership
Membership is restricted to established commercial brewers within the M25 (plus founder members as previously agreed)
Associate Membership may be applied for by anyone brewing or intending to brew commercially within the M25 converting to Full Membership after 6 months of commercial brewing.