The Brewery reveals summer Polynesian pop-up

The Brewery has unveiled its summertime pop-up; from June to August the City of London venue will transform into a Polynesian paradise.

Getting set for the summer party season, The Brewery’s courtyard will be transformed into a tantalizing Tahitian haven, awash with tropical flavours and kitsch tiki bars. Tucked away from the bustling City streets, the all-inclusive private packages, hosted under the venues two clear roof outdoor marquees, will be transformed into an exotic tiki joint perfect for giving the long summer evenings a retro tropical twist.

Delegates can expect an evening of uninterrupted fun, regardless of the weather, Polynesian BBQ menu including boneless sticky jerk ribs with crispy sweet potato fries & scotch bonnet and tamarind relish; and bajan flavored Tiki fish cakes with a sweet and sour salsa, as well as drink creations from the onsite chef brigade and access to an after party inside The Brewery from 9pm.

The summer package is available for individual, group or exclusive parties of 80 to 800 guests and includes:

  • Fun, tropical tiki décor
  • Polynesian BBQ menu
  • Cocktail on arrival
  • Unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks (Until 9pm)
  • Indoor after party space
  • Full event management support
  • Cloakroom

Simon Lockwood, creative director at The Brewery comments: “The weather is slowly changing and everyone is growing more excited about the prospect of summer. Since launching our marquees three years ago, enquiries and package bookings have continued to grow, with bosses looking for something special to treat colleagues and clients. Theming the venue has proven popular once again, and where better to transport your guests after a conference, dinner or meeting, than their very own tropical paradise.”

Martin Fullard


Martin Fullard

Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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