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Beer Available At CASK Pub & Kitchen (arranged by most recent)
Bexar County Smoke And Fire , Partizan Saison Grisette Citrus Edition 84, Marble Bennington , Thornbridge Steelmaker 76, Tempest The Unfermentalist , Weird Beard Hit The Lights IPA , Thornbridge Jaipur 95, Weyerbacher Tiny 98, Evil Twin Even More Jesus 100, Stone 12.12.12 Vertical Epic Ale 97, Tempest Cresta Black 80, Evil Twin El Raval Hipster Ale 91, Rooie Dop Double Oatmeal Stout 97, Rooie Dop The Daily Grind 73, 3 Fonteinen Armand’4 Oude Geuze Lente 100, The Kernel India Pale Ale Stella Motueka 89, Thornbridge Ashford 88, Thornbridge Chiron 94, Pizza Port Carlsbad Chronic Amber Ale (2011 - ) 62, Tempest Red Eye Flight 97
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tdtm82 (73) , England | February 26, 2010| Updated February 13, 2011
92 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
A fantastic bar with a modern upmarket feel yet providing the good stuff on tap and in bottles. Excellent selection of German craft beers. Belgium beer range is very good. Rochefort; Frank Boon, Orval, Chimay, other fine ales on bottle condition. A fantastic range of English ales on tap. Maybe for quality the best in London. Crouch Vale Amarillo; Thornbridge x 3 and also a couple of Dark Stars. Enjoyed my German wiessbier and intelligent bar staff chat. Then Bob turned up and we split a Urbock which was just perfect really. Edit - 16th June 2010. Wow. Expanding fridge! I’m impressed. Excellent result. Thanks a lot to Cask and Kitchen for teaching pubs in London a thing or two about beer. Great stuff. Cheers. Edit now the best beer range in London, top music, Michael Monroe and Lynyrd Skynyrd in the same pub? YES PLEASE.
harrisoni (13) Ashford, England | February 21, 2010| Updated February 13, 2011
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 16/20
One of the best pubs I’ve been to in London mainly due to the 3 Thornbridge beers on with 5 guests, including a couple always from Dark Star. Thornbridge beers rotate round, when I went I had 2 brand new ones. 100 German bottles plus decent Belgian line up in both bottle and tap. I will be coming back again and again.
Hiroshige (4) Stockholm, Sweden | February 10, 2010| Updated February 13, 2011
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
I took a wrong turn by Victoria Station and ended up at Hyde Park, so I had to take a cab ( to not risk getting lost again...) there.
Saturday evening. Plenty of space, about seven meters between the tables and the bar, a few vacant tables when we arrived at 18.15 and the place never got filled up.
Fantastic mushroom risotto for £8.95. I had duck’s breast with crushed potatoes (and, I believe, some sauce with orange) which was also quite good. I had Thornbridge Raven and Crouch Vale Amarillo.
When we returned to our table after having a smoke our drinks were gone, despite leaving our bags close-by. No problem though, they didn’t at all mind replacing them.
Friendly young staff and as ladnewton says, "soft and agreeable" background music. Great atmosphere.
Svesse (181) Hässelby, Sweden | December 18, 2009| Updated June 3, 2012
86 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
Nice pub in a modern area off Vauxhall Bridge Road, just across the street from the Jugged Hare. Spacious bar/restaurant with a mixture of odd chairs and tables. Ten (or so) handpumps with real ale, usually from excellent British micro brewers. And then another ten (or so) keg beers of impressive quality from some of the best brewers around (Mikkeller, Nögne Ö, Grassroots have been available on my recent visits). Impressive selection of bottled beers. Nice and friendly staff. Good pub food. Can get really crowded in the evenings. One of the best beer places in London.
ladnewton (144) London, England | October 8, 2009| Updated November 21, 2011
96 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 19/20
Paid my maiden visit to this pub last night after hearing recommendations. What an absolute gem! Rising from the ashes of its previous incarnation of the Pimlico tram, the pub has been turned into a real ale epicure’s delight. Five hand pumps dispense a constantly changing range of perfectly kept beers mainly from micro breweries. Dark Star features regularly; other noted breweries include RCH, Nottingham, Thorn Bridge, Otter, Humpty Dumpty, Red Squirrel, Kelham Island, York and Broughton Ales. Last night the quality of handpulled beers was exceptional. Add to this a selection of around fifty bottled beers from Europe - mainly Belgian and German brews. KWAK is served in the traditional "tube" - a £10 deposit is required on the glass.
The pub itself is spacious and airy yet intimacy is afforded by warm tungsten lighting and stripped wood. Soft, agreeable background music is played, with conversation ruling the roost.
Food is served most sessions until 2130 and is not overpriced for the postcode. Most starters are £4-£5 with mains £8-£12. I enjoyed the leek & potato soup and the exquisite seabass with spinach and dauphinoise potatoes which arrived in a generous portion.
Staff are very friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic and take a pride in the beer, food and ambience of the pub.
"London’s Evening Star", an absolute MUST, and for me this pub will become a regular! Excellent.
UPDATE: January 2010. An additional 3 hand pumps have been installed and will come into use shortly bringing the full number of cask ales to 8. FURTHER UPDATE MARCH 2010 - the 3 extra pumps dispense Thornbridge ales exclusively whilst the original five pump out a constantly changing range of micro brewery ales as before. The Thornbridge ales are excellent. FURTHER UPDATE MAY 2010 - Two more handpumps have arrived, and will be dedicated to Brewdog, following their momentous launch night on 20 May. The best has just got better.
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