East London’s Pillars Brewery has announced an 80 per cent increase in production in the last year

East London’s much loved craft lager brewery Pillars has announced an 80 per cent increase in production in the last year, with exciting the plans to build a new brewery in the next few years.
Nestled in the heart of Walthamstow, Pillars Brewery was founded in 2016 the three Razaq brothers, Eamonn, Samie, and Omar, and their friend Gavin Litton, who started brewing in their parents’ garden shed in 2013. From its humble beginnings, the founders spent over two years perfecting the recipes which have now become the staple components of their offering.
The current offering includes a range of award-winning craft brews, from the crowd-pleasing Pilsner and floral Hop Lager, to a full-bodied Helles as well as the annual small batch Icebock, the two time UK winner at the World Beer Awards.
Londoners looking to enjoy a pint or two this summer can visit Pillars Brewery and taproom which is located in a sunny spot in Ravenswood Industrial estate, a bustling corner of Walthamstow with taprooms, bars and an abundance of outdoor seating, ideal for the warmer months ahead.
Pillars Brewery can be found at Unit 2, Ravenswood Industrial Estate, Shernhall St, E17 9HQ and is open every weekend.