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Founded by Logan Plant, this brewery is based in Hackney Wicks. The name derives from old cockney name for the De Beauvoir area in Hackney where the brewery started its life.
Brewed in the railway archways of Bermondsey, this brewery use a numbering system to label their beers. The first number indicating the beer type and the second the recipe.
Based in the railway arches of Bermondsey, this brewery is lead by Andy Smith. The labelling of its beer is unique in providing best before dates of no more than four months to ensure its drunk fresh.
Serving 14 different types of beer, this brewery is set in the basement of The Cock Tavern on Mare Street. It sources local produce including pork pies and scotch eggs. Its also home to Hackney’s smallest beer garden (unofficially!)
Founded by Evin O’Riordain in 2009, the Kernel Brewery sells hoppy pale ales.
Skills Matter exists to help a community of developers learn and share skills to write better software. The organisation collaborates with the world’s leading innovators in software and thousands of developers, and its mission is to promote continuous learning and innovation in software. Skills Matter produces some 450 intensive workshops, 500 talks & meetups, 2,000 hours…
Ozone Coffee Roasters is an established specialty coffee roastery very popular as a meeting / hangout place for the local tech crowd. They constantly trial new methods, processes and ways to improve the experience for their customers.
Shoreditch Grind is a coffeehouse and licensed bar in the heart of Tech City, right next to Old Street roundabout. The coffee is excellent and there’s free wifi available. It’s an ideal place for an informal 10 o’clock meeting. However in our experience, it tends to get popular after lunch and you may have trouble…
Google Campus, is a co-working space in the heart of East London’s Tech City. Owned by Google, it offers seven floors of flexible work spaces, free high speed internet and support. Campus also hosts weekly mentoring programmes, speaker series and many networking events for the startup community.