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

Latest reviews from Barnet

84 /100 58 HIGH STREET
“Ancient boozer in an area that has very few quality pubs. Traditional and comfortable, a roaring open fire was most welcome on a cold night. My pints of Porter were in excellent condition, an eclectic range of ales were on offer, eight I think. Definitely worth seeking out if you find yourself at the end of the Northern line!“
Beermenace 444 days ago
76 /100 58 HIGH STREET
“Come here mostly for the charm, an old wooden building buried in an alleyway in central London. Interior is unchanged for a couple centuries. Selection of taps isn't large but a few local crafts are available. Plenty of standing room outside for the smokers. Definitely a unique stop and worth making it in London.“
DeanF 628 days ago
68 /100 92 WOOD STREET
“In the leafy and affluent western extremities of Barnet, this pub faces a small roundabout in the main road between the aforementioned and Borehamwood. It’s and attractive pub, with a large ground floor space set around an ’L’ shaped bar that carries both guest ales and a few of its own brews, although disappointingly not enough of the latter for my liking. It has a smart traditional design inside, with a heavy wood fixtures and fittings throughout with a slight chain pub feel to this. The pub has a large beer garden which surely gets busy in the summer months, especially as food is served here.“
ManVsBeer 1005 days ago
64 /100 58 HIGH STREET
“Popular bar on the north side of the High Street in Barnet. A traditional pub at its best towards its front, where its mix of classic fixtures and fittings and old-world styling provides for the best atmosphere. The bar is here, to the left of the front entrance and in an ’L’ shape with two distinct sides. Its ale pumps are split between both of the bar’s lengths and there’s a fair cask selection, but not much beyond this. It becomes split level at its rear and despite a plethora of small tables and chairs I had to stand on the Sunday evening I was in here.“
ManVsBeer 1007 days ago
74 /100 92 WOOD STREET
“Visited on 10th January 2017. Large brewpub for Barnet, decor is pretty good and modern and even though it is a pretty large pub it was busy. A good range of cask beers including a couple from the on site brewery. Prices and condition of the beer was good. Service swift. Liked this place although it is a bit of a trek.“
WingmanWillis 1130 days ago
70 /100 58 HIGH STREET
“Its like a step back in time. Lovely old pub, the way that all should be. Nothing much on the selection though, mostly Taylor ones. A must visit for all pub culture lovers.“
greenclansman 1919 days ago
68 /100 58 HIGH STREET
“A lovely old pub with low ceiling and beams (mind your head!) offering 6 real ales, usually Adnams Southwold and Taylors Landlord plus equally predictable guests. The Hop Back Crop Circle was in excellent condition. A handy stop-off point between High Barnet Tube and the nearby Blackhorse brewpub.“
b727trijet 2474 days ago
80 /100 92 WOOD STREET
“A lovely pub done up very nicely with a lovely patio and garden outside. Upto 10 beers can be on at once, 2-3 of the on-site brewed Barnet Brewery beers and the rest an array of guest real ales. A large pub with an adjoining room a dining room for what seems upmarket food. On 16 May 2013 the following beers were on : XT 13, Tring Bring Me Sunshine, Brentwood Hope & Glory, Brakspear Bitter, Jennings Cumberland, Marstons Pedigree and their own beers were Barnet Palomino, Barnet Black Pepper Porter (and May Day Mild coming soon). A 12-15 minute walk from High Barnet tube station. The barman says the brewer is Italian.“
b727trijet 2474 days ago
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