Driven by the exploration of flavour and inspired by the Brewsters and alehouses of old, Brewery Market is a draught apothecary dispensing craft brews. Nestled in the heart of Twickenham we are here to entice you with courageous elixirs from creative brewers. We regularly showcase beers on tap that would not otherwise be available due to their limited or one-off nature.

Pop into the shop to pick up beers to take home or enjoy a few drinks on fraught problems from the fridges right here in the shop!


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Providing perfect portions is our mighty mini-crowler; the size gives you the variety to go on yourown personal journey of beer discovery. The mini-crowler provides an exceptional beer experience, they are particularly fit for sharing, give you more choice for tasting, pairing or cooking with at home and you can avoid storing open growlers in the fridge.

Just like their big bruva the Crowler, and the more well known Uncle Growler, except that they are diddy. Buy them in 4s or 8s and you CAN take a variety of beers home from draught, rather than 2 litres of the same beer. Or, you could take 2 litres of the same beer home but in mini-crowlers and the beer will last longer than if you keep re-opening a growler.



Bring any suitable vessel into the shop and we will fill it with beer! Although, we have had lots of customers recently asking us to fill plastic whereas conversely we have a #NOplastic policy at Brewery Market. Our hope is that, plastic will be entirely eliminated from the retail chain. We are dedicated to providing you with the amazing craft beer in its most premium format; when you drink it at home it should be as fresh as the minute it was poured from the taps…. so we pre-condition all our bottles and cans with C02 to ensure no air touches the beer until you drink it. We strongly advise against using single use plastic/cartons for craft beer, or for life.

High density polyethylene is the plastic commonly used for milk bottles, some juice containers, and laundry products. It is shown as number 2 on the triangle code and are well-suited for packaging pasteurised products with a very short shelf life, such as milk. However, milk jugs are not well suited as food storage containers, lest we forget, craft beer is rarely pasteurised, unlike macro beers. While the plastic is considered food grade, milk containers are difficult to sanitise properly and the plastic will break down into the contents over time.

Water stored in these containers should be used for purposes other than drinking as petroleum-based plastics like PET don't decompose the same way organic materials do. Whilst most plastic items take around 1000 years to decompose, in landfills the plastic bags we use in our everyday life will take 10-20 years. Luckily polyethylene is one of the quicker to degrade and these plastic bottles will take a mere 450 years.

However…. when UV rays strike plastic, they break the bonds holding the long molecular chain together and over time, this can turn a big piece of plastic into lots of little pieces. Sadly, plastic buried in a landfill rarely sees the light of day. But in the ocean, which is where a lot of discarded plastic ends up, it’s bathed in as much light as water. In 2009, researchers from Nihon University in Chiba, Japan, found that plastic in warm ocean water can degrade in as little as a year. This doesn't sound so bad until you realise those small bits of plastic are toxic chemicals. These end up in the guts of animals or wash up on shorelines, where humans are most likely to ingest or come into direct contact with the toxins…… and you’re probably sitting in the sun, drinking warm beer out of a milk carton…. How does that beer taste now?

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Environmental stewardship is a top priority for Brewery Market. More craft brewers and craft beer enthusiasts than ever before are ‘going green'.

Canned craft beer is becoming an increasingly popular choice. Aluminium cans are infinitely recyclable and environmentally friendly, the metal used in the production of cans is 100% recyclable, with the process typically using less than 10% of the energy needed to create a new can.

That’s why the Brewery Market growlers are also aluminium; they are reusable, and recyclable. Bring back your growler when you refill for an in-store discount.