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Kops' Brewery Co Ltd, Townmead Road, Fulham, Greater London.

The Kops Brewery, founded by Henry Lowenfeld in 1890 was the first brewer of non-alcoholic beer in the United Kingdom.

In December 2014, the renovated building received a blue plaque from the Hammersmith & Fulham Historic Buildings Group, "Kops brewed non-alcoholic ales and stouts on an eight-acre site and exported its products throughout the British Empire".

The building was used after World War II by Convoys food packaging company.


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