Beavertown Brewery has opened a new brewery in London on a six-acre plot at Ponders End, Enfield.

The brewery, Beaverworld, is reportedly one of the largest breweries in London, built with an investment of £40m.

The facility features a brewhouse, packaging space, warehouse, logistics hub and offices.

Beaverworld can produce 90 million pints annually and could create nearly 150 new jobs in the region.

Beavertown Brewery’s founder Logan Plant said: “We’re confident that with Beaverworld, we have created a quality-driven brewery with passion and love for the craft at its core.

“Beaverworld is the answer to our dream of getting more Beavertown in the hands of the masses and we could not be more excited that it’s now up and running. With Beaverworld we’re expecting to create our own lasting legacy.”

German firm Krones supplied energy-efficient equipment and technology for the brewery.

Beavertown added that its facility will have the capacity to produce 500,000hl a year and brew 150hl batches annually, said to be ten times more compared to its previous site in Tottenham.

In June 2018, Heineken acquired £40m stake in Beavertown Brewery, with the investment used for the construction of Beavertown’s new 125,000ft2 brewery.

With the opening of the facility, Beavertown’s Tottenham facility will be for brewing special releases and seasonal beers.

Heineken craft development director Jochen Van Esch said: “This is the culmination of many years of hard work from Logan and the whole team at Beavertown.

“Our partnership meant they could open a state of the art brewery, the largest brewery in London.  It means even more people can enjoy Beavertown beers in pubs and at home, and we will facilitate this where we can.

“Logan and his team of highly creative craft visionaries will be able to experiment and collaborate with other brewers and share knowledge – ultimately adding excitement to the British beer scene, value to pubs and more choice for beer lovers.”