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Windsor and Eton Brewery retain Restaurant Property as sole agents for acquisitions

The internationally award winning Windsor & Eton Brewery have retained Restaurant Property as their sole agents for acquisitions.

The areas of Windsor and Eton had always boasted a rich and illustrious history of brewing, with the local beers sought-after for their quality and consistency. This proud tradition came to an end when the final Windsor brewery closed their doors in 1931. 

Fast forward almost 80 years, and brewing returned to Windsor! The founders Will, Paddy, Jim and Bob took on Unit 1, Vansittart Estate with the dream of “Making Beer the biggest attraction in Windsor”. Given the world-famous castle, school, river, racecourse and Royal connections, this was to be no mean feat. 

The brewer's first beer, the Guardsman, first went on sale back in April 2010. Since then, the beers have found adoring fans locally, nationally and internationally, picking up over 70 awards along the way. The beers are enjoyed within the House of Commons, and as the only brewer with a Royal Warrant; even the Queen and members of the Royal Household can be counted as drinkers of the fine selection of IPAs, Ales and Lagers brewed in the heart of Windsor.

Eleven years on from bringing brewing back to the heart of Windsor, the brewery are seeking new riverside locations around London to support their growth. As their sole agent for acquisition, the Restaurant Property team are excited to support Windsor and Eton Breweries with their property search.

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