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Growing trend of brewery taprooms in London

There is an increasing trend of brewery taprooms opening in London and cities around the world responding to increasing demand.

Many existing breweries are opening a bar and selling food, and some breweries are opening with the specific aim of being a hospitality venue.

Over the past decade, demand for high quality craft beers has been steadily increasing, and the cost of living crisis is putting pressure on producers to sell them at affordable prices.

The Covid-19 pandemic has also sparked an increase in demand for more casual local spaces for people to spend time with friends and family.

Brewery taprooms tend to be relaxed community spaces that are located away from city centres and offer food and activities for children and adults.

NEL visited breweries, including one in Hackney to find out why brewery taprooms are becoming so popular in London and beyond.

You can find out more about the Five Points Brewery Taproom and Courtyard here and the Lost and Grounded brewery taproom here.

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