Brewers Quay is situated other side of the historic old harbour of Weymouth. It was unique shopping village set in the paved courtyards and cobbled streets of a redeveloped Victorian brewery, but it closed down in 2011.
Brewers Quay was packed with shops dedicated to arts and crafts, collectibles, china, glass and all things nautical. It was one of the towns most popular destination for shoppers and those looking for somewhere to enjoy a drink or meal.
The Village Store had one of the most extensive ranges of real ales in the region, along with country wines and liqueurs, all complemented by fine cheeses, pasties and pies from the delicatessen and jams, chutneys and sauces from the Dorset area.
It was also home to a restaurant, pub, various visitor attractions and its very own micro-brewery carrying on 600 years of tradition on the site.
On the 1st Floor of the building was the Weymouth Museum, a lovely local museum that houses the Borough Collection. This fascinating museum reflects the social, economical and cultural history of the town, in addition to the Maritime history of the area.
The Timewalk Exhibition and Brewery Days gave visitors the opportunity to take a trip back in time and to better understand the maritime connections and take in a journey of the past 600 years.