Henley on Thames Craft Brewery, Lovibonds may be forced out of their historic tasting room premises!
Lovibonds Brewery based at the rear of Market Place, Henley on Thames since 2005 has been brewing craft beer at the same site that John Lovibond & Sons Ltd purchased in 1916 and now they may be forced to vacate these historic premises due to planning permission for the build of 7 single dwelling luxury flats.
Anyone who has visited Lovibonds will know that Jeff Rosenmeier, the owner and head brewer not only brews great beer, bringing people into town from all over the world to taste his award winning brews but also that he has kept history intact by maintaining the proud tradition of brewing on this site and by resurrecting the infamous Lovibonds name. Click here to see why the Lovibond name is so famous in the brewing world.
The site on which the Lovibonds Brewery tasting room has been trading from has become iconic and is a very popular social hub where people gather to socialise, discuss business, hold charity & other local community events, attend annual hop-picking & beer school, enable up & coming bands to play ‘Live @ Lovibonds’ and for town visitors & locals alike to sample the great beer, atmosphere and welcome that Lovibonds Brewery has always offered.
Jaargo has joined a large section of the Henley community who are looking to SAVE LOVIBONDS from being turned into yet another site of unnecessary accommodation. High street shops are closing and we need as many businesses to have town-centre visibility to draw people back and Lovibonds is one such place that certainly has popular following from all over so it needs to stay and have this town centre presence.
Join us in helping to save the Lovibonds tasting room in Henley by voicing your opinions on the SODC Planning Application and by joining the Save Lovibonds Facebook Group.
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