The Britannia can be traced back to 1834 when the original brewery once rested on Allen Mansions with the 'The Brewery Tap' to the side.

Orignally owned by two gentleman Edward Herington and William Wells of Newland street, the partners never flourished and finally applied for bankcruptcy in 1924, when Youngs stepped in and bought the company. Deciding to concentrate brewing in Wandsworth, Young's sold off the brewery and kept The Birtannia.

The Brewery tap was renamed to the Britannia in 1938 and is still, in skeleton the building of 1834 but overtime has been altered to include a conservatory situated in the stable block of the old brewery, the lounge was extended and a new front in 1959-60.

Continuing up until this day Youngs have recently completed a new refurbishment on the premises which has created two additional meeting/private areas upstairs with a bar and fantastic facilities for local residents and business' to use.

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