Crouch End Beer Guide: Your Crouch End guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Crouch End

70 /100 534 HORNSEY ROAD
“Traditional corner pub opposite an urban park that's been given a modern makeover now including a mix of worthwhile locally sourced cask and keg ales. Double roomed, there's also a large front patio area overlooking the road junction here.“
ManVsBeer 520 days ago
88 /100 22 TOPSFIELD PARADE
“Crouch End’s new high street craft alehouse. Maiden visit on 28th February 2018. Rectangular single-roomed venue with exposed brickwork, mostly chair-and-table seating, and perimeter bar stools. A compact, spatially efficient bar at the rear is situated opposite a pizza oven. Five carefully chosen, well-kept cask ales come with a sizeable keg offer of twelve interesting keg beers. It is a very long time since I enjoyed Magic Rock Ringmaster quite so much as last night. Friendly, enthusiastic staff run the bar and pizza oven - you must try the marinara! Music was at a fairly comfortable level, and while the overhead Led lighting is mostly subdued, small, bright corner is available with perimeter seating for 2 people. A destination venue in Crouch End, well worth a visit.“
ladnewton 973 days ago
62 /100 70 PARK RD., CROUCH END
“Well, this place has certainly changed since I was a frequent visitor to the area 30 years ago. Light and spacious with a patio and nice back garden. Good selection of craft beers. Had an excellent pint of Hackney bitter. Didn’ t try the food as it was quite late, but the menu looked inviting.“
Holmen1 1828 days ago
76 /100 49 PARK ROAD
“A very solid bottle shop. They probably have a more extensive selection of wine, but the beer range is very good. There is an emphasis on London breweries, and during my visit they had loads of stuff from The Kernel, Beavertown, Camden and numerous others. The prices are very good. The staff is friendly. The beers are nicely organised. Definitely a worthwhile stop if you are in the area, although I wouldn’t call this place a destination in and of itself.“
Leighton 1893 days ago
74 /100 534 HORNSEY ROAD
“A rather beautiful pub up in North London. The place has a few modern touches but the aesthetics are mostly traditional and very attractive. In terms of the beer, they serve as a satellite outfit for Dragonfly and had four of their beers (the standards) split among the casks and kegs. They also had a few entry-level beers available, such as Sambrooks Session. None of the more progressive London breweries were available. The cask stuff is around £4 per pint, so not the best deal around. The staff was cheery on my visit although it wasn’t terribly busy.

By no means a pub to seek out, but if you are in the Archway/Crouch End area you may as well make your way here.“
Leighton 2002 days ago
72 /100 534 HORNSEY ROAD
“A really nice traditional pub that’s been knocked through so that there’s an L-shaped bar plus a second large room at the back. Some of the original features such as the etched glass and mirrors behind the bar have been retained. The service was very friendly and there was a good range of beer - about ten casks and 15 kegs, including several of their own from Dragonfly. (Visited 10 January 2015).“
Boudicca 2098 days ago
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