The Drink Factory
Founded in 2005 by Tony Conigliaro, Drink Factory is a collective of like-minded bartenders looking to expand their creativity and knowledge of cocktails by pushing the boundaries of their respective crafts.
At one time the lab was located above The Bar with No Name (69 Colebrooke Row), it then moved to a building on Britannia Row that was previously the recording studio for Pink Floyd and most recently the lab expanded once again and relocated to a larger, fully equipped space near to Broadway Market in East London.
It is a research and development centre, as well as a creative space used for lectures, training and product development. Collaborations with Chefs, Perfumers, Designers and Chocolatiers has influenced the development of the techniques and practices that are used at Drink Factory.
Drink Factory also hosts an international stage program, designed to share ideas and experience between industries