The venue is tucked underneath the arches of Hoxton Station, in east London, and advertises itself as the perfect place for freelancers and professionals looking for a peaceful environment to work in.
Local and visiting customers will be able to drink seasonal craft beers, brewed on-site, at one of the two seated bar-spaces, inside and outside.
A 50-capacity restaurant will serve food from a new Brewhouse & Kitchen summer menu, which includes the largest number of vegan and vegetarian options offered by any UK pubco.
Refurbishments inside highlight the pub’s unique architecture, with tall windows and exposed brick giving the pub an authentic feel.
The operation replaces former site the Beagle, a cocktail bar and restaurant which closed in January of this year.
A launch event held tomorrow will feature bar games, live entertainment, and special offers on drinks, to celebrate the opening and naming ceremony of the brewery itself.
Simon Bunn, co-founder of Brewhouse & Kitchen said: “We are very excited to open a brewpub in Hoxton and look forward to making lots of local friends, providing a service to the ever growing community of Hoxton.
“Being situated right next to the Hoxton overground station, we are a convenient stop off for everyone using the station next door.”
Founded in 2011, Brewhouse & Kitchen has 21 sites across the country, mostly conversions of high-quality and architecturally interesting buildings.