The Lost Rivers Brewing Co. is the brainchild of three friends who set out to create a new drinking culture where the experience is as important as taste, and where everyone is welcome. In a light-bulb moment they united their own individual companies and experience from the brewing, brand and hospitality worlds to form The Lost Rivers Brewing Co.
We are proud to be different. Our philosophy is that drinking should not solely be about the beers but also about the experience. We want the Lost Rivers Brewing Co. to be a cultural experience, a brand which is the coolest on the market and relevant to everyone...historians, beer lovers and culture vultures alike.
We are now creating our own quality ales such as the Walbrook, Neckinger and Silk Stream, named after London’s Lost Rivers. Further beers are planned from around the world bringing discovery and new tastes to market.
We know we are a brewery but more importantly, we have to know that we are more than just a place that brews and sells beer. Personality and culture play a big part in making up the brand of Lost Rivers and it is these qualities that are on show in everything that we do and in particular the way in which we look after our guests who come through our doors, the liquids we produce and sell to the trade, the partners we work with. Our People, the Lost Tribe, instil our culture, ethos and brands across the business, partners and guests.
Lost Rivers Brewing Co's aim is to have an eclectic range of innovative F&B sites in key locations around the UK including brew pubs and pop up events venues. We aim to develop and brew a range of Lost Rivers Beers celebrating heritage and provenance of Lost Rivers of London and beyond and serve our beers in a unique, welcoming environment alongside great food, music, art and culture.
The Lost Rivers Brewery recently collaborated with Lost Rivers brand ambassador and skateboarding king Ben Grove plus Salt Street Productions to create our first viral film. The film was shot on location at Maunsell Sea Forts, an incredible abandoned World War 2 anti aircraft gun tower, located 9 miles offshore in the Thames Estuary. Designed by Guy Maunsell the Red Sands forts shot down 22 planes, 30 bombers and one U-Boat submarine which was scuttled after coming under fire from the towers. In 1964 it served as the first pirate radio station as Radio Caroline which later became the famous Radio City station. Since the forced radio eviction the forts have been left abandoned…until we arrived…
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