Brewhouse and Kitchen to open a microbrewery and pub at Beagle’s former Hoxton site

The site in Geffrye Street where Brewhouse is setting up

The site in Geffrye Street where Brewhouse is setting up - Credit: Christie & Co

Microbrewery and pub operator, Brewhouse and Kitchen, plans to open a branch next month at the Hoxton site formerly occupied by Beagle restaurant, coffee shop and bar.

Beagle was open for nearly five years when it suddenly ceased trading in January.

Set up by brothers Danny and Kieran Clancy, the Michelin recommended restaurant set across three railway archways in Geffrye Street had won awards for its interior design, and served a seasonal British menu.

Brewhouse and Kitchen have bought the property which they now plan to give a “slight refurbishment”, and set up a microbrewery on site.

Kris Gumbrell of Brewhouse said: “This iconic location, set in the railway arches next to the Hoxton Overground, is a unique opportunity and a great fit with our brewpubs at Highbury and Angel.

“It is expected to be open and brewing in mid-July, and we’re looking forward to welcoming local businesses and punters to what will be a stunning site in an equally special location.”