Lamb Brewery (Barley Mow) (Chiswick)

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Lamb Brewery, The Barley Mow, 9 Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick, London, W4 4PH.

A pub earlier called the George, it became the Barley Mow by 1788. A modern sign painted on the wall suggests that there was a brewery here in 1790. There is also a faded sign on the side wall showing it sold Sich & Co. Ltd's Entire.

Reopened in September 2012 by Convivial London Pubs, who installed a microbrewery in the centre of the pub, and renamed it 'Lamb Brewery'. Following takeover by Mitchells & Butlers in 2013, the brewery was removed and the kit moved to Brewhouse & Kitchen Highbury.