German Kraft Brewery is a fashionable brewhouse in a church serving heaping power bowls & bao bun sandwiches. German Kraft Brewery opened its second location within a church in 1825 in collaboration with Mercato Mayfair. The venue features fresh German Kraft brews in traditional stone mugs and a bar wholly built from broken beer glasses, which have been melted and reused for backlit bricks. The building has four floors, including a roof terrace and an underground crypt soon to feature German Kraft’s new microbrewery. German Kraft, a partnership between Mercato Metropolitano and a genuinely magnificent Mayfair church, features three floors, a roof deck, and some of London‘s most excellent Continental cuisine and drink. Are you visiting on a hot summer day? Soak in the rays at this lovely bar while sipping a beer—Mayfair’s first and only brewery.
When the hustle and bustle of downtown London becomes too much, come here for a classic stone mug of excellent, fresh German beer. German Kraft, located in the old Mayfair church in conjunction with Mercato Metropolitano, has a bar directly on the altar and in the crypt beside the 250l brewhouse. The church has three stories and a roof deck and serves the most outstanding international food. Enjoy fresh tank beer created on-site, such as the famous amber lager ‘Keller König,’ and specialty brews ranging from barrel-aged smoked beers to current sours. Excellent crafted beers in a hidden gem. Prices are also reasonable. Beers were delicious, and a great variety of food was available around the building’s perimeter.
It’s a spot where you might return and try something new each time. This fantastic venue to grab a tasty beer is hidden behind the plain exterior of this historic church. Given its proximity to Oxford Street, I would advise anybody to take a break from shopping to get a pint of German Kraft. An atmospheric church in Mayfair with a German Kraft microbrewery offering the best, freshest beer and beautiful meals. The best value for money, the friendliest personnel, and some pretty fascinating details: The German Kraft team melted the shattered glass from their Elephant and Castle beer garden and turned it into the most exquisite glass tiles to make the backlit bars in the altar room. Upcycling at its best. They provide a little pamphlet outlining the entire process, but you should go to see and touch the beautiful product – or drink the fresh beer in classic stoneware mugs.