London is a vibrant and hectic city with lots of good Real Ale pubs. London pub scene is full of tradition and many pubs offer proper cask-conditioned beer with pride.
The Bree Louise: London Pub with huge selection of Real Ale and Real Cider
The Bree Louise is brilliant London pub just next to Euston Station. This hidden gem offers whopping 17 real ales and 11 real ciders so the selection is massive. In addition of Real Ale and Real Cider the pub offers food. The food is great and service very fast. This pub is highly recommended for traditional English experience with real ale and good traditional food. For further details please see the pub review.
The Harp is a traditional Real Ale pub with two floors and beautiful stained glass windows. The pub offers fantastic selection of reasonably priced and carefully selected beers. The pub excels in customer service and atmosphere. The locals know this place as a “Sausage Pub” because it offers excellent sausages. The pub has been awarded CAMRA Pub of the Year 2010 award so this place is certainly worth a visit.
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Euston Tap is an excellent London pub with very interesting Real Ale on the tap. This pub offers a selection of almost 30 taps from Bitter to Stout and everything in between. The pub has minimal seating but plenty of space. Euston Tap offers lovely and affordable pizzas with wide variety of toppings. The best thing about this pub is that it is not affiliated with any brewery so the pub is able to select the beers freely. The pub also offers take away service.
Jerusalem Tavern is cool and small London pub with affordable drinks. This place is one of those genuinely old and authentic pubs of London. As an establishment Jerusalem Tavern has been around since 1720s. This establishment is also a St. Peter’s brewery pub so all ales are in the barrels or in the bottle. This place is certainly for people who do want to drink in a pub which transfers them back a century. Due to its popularity, The Jerusalem Tavern can get a bit busy during the afternoon hours.
For those traveling real ale enthusiast who loves the Art and Science of good beer and food the above are some of London top locations
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