It was first licensed in the 17th century as the Hogs, a name based on that of the members of the Royal Hampshire Regiment. The current building was owned by Sich's Chiswick Brewery, and they rebuilt it in 1883. The road running along the west side is Hampshire Hog Lane, and 17th century Hampshire House and Hampshire Cottage, both since demolished, were close by.
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