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82 /100 ARCH 1, DEPTFORD STATION, DEPTFORD HIGH STREET
“Visited a few times over the Spring in 2019. Situated in an arch a couple of doors down from Deptford station entrance is this place. 2 rooms, a small seating area and well stocked beer fridges full of the latest goodies. I often order on-line and the pop over here to collect the beers. Service is always friendly, the beer list is always good and prices decent. Shame you can't drink tap beers here but you can drink a beer in. Definitely worth a look in if in the area.“
WingmanWillis 534 days ago
76 /100 UNIT 2, ST PAUL'S HOUSE, 3 MARKET YARD
“Compared with other tap rooms nearby this one is big! 7 taps offering their own Hop Stuff beers, 6 taps for guest beers and a cider. Staff were friendly and the pizzas looked and smelt good!“
b727trijet 714 days ago
68 /100 3 CREEKSIDE
“Beers are being brewed at Franklins in Sussex until they get their brew kit. 8 taps for beer, 3 theirs, 5 guests plus a cider.“
b727trijet 714 days ago
68 /100 21-22 RESOLUTION WAY
“A typical simple taproom / brewery in a railway arch. Not far from the station. Worth a visit if in the area.“
b727trijet 714 days ago
80 /100 UNIT 2, ST PAUL'S HOUSE, 3 MARKET YARD
“Visited on 17th July 2018. Situated on the ground floor of a block in the newly developed market area pretty much next to Deptford station sits this venue. It's a nice, bright airy single room, pretty sizeable, tables and chairs outside to benefit from the warm summer's evening. Decor is modern and smart, bench tables, some high metal chairs and wooden tables is a tried and tested look. A huge pizza oven in the room provides the food. Beer range was pretty impressive, 15 taps and a good selections of cans and bottles in the fridge. Tasting flights of 3 thirds available. A good mix of the UK craft beer scene with local London beers from Solvay, Villages and Hop Stuff plus other from further afield such as Tiny Rebel and North. Staff were super friendly and helpful, prices pretty good. Really liked this place and would thoroughly recommend it.“
WingmanWillis 871 days ago
56 /100 21-22 RESOLUTION WAY
“Fills an archway near Deptford station. The series of arches here and at the market square comprise a micro-area of gentrification in what is otherwise still a pretty dodgy neighbourhood. The taproom is very basic in terms of decor and selection. Four keg beers - 3 Villages and a Polish guest as well as prosecco apparently on tap. Prices were quite cheap but it is halves and pints only. No real draw for me to ever come back here unless their beer selection changes significantly. It's fine just zero excitement offered.“
The_Osprey 1162 days ago
70 /100 21-22 RESOLUTION WAY
“An exceedingly straightforward taproom. Seating for about 20 at tables and benches. A simple bar, behind which sat four active keg taps (with a further two waiting in the wings). Pretty good value at £2 per half. The three beers we tried were very decent. Overall, a nice space, but to become a draw they will need to start offering more beers on the taps.“
Leighton 1401 days ago
76 /100 116 PRINCE STREET
“We visited the Dog & Bell on Saturday 17th May 2014 on the umpteenth leg of the Thames Tipple, a journey from the source of the Thames to where it meets the Thames Barrier a journey that has so far taken over seven years! We walked from the Gipsy Moth to hear which was about 15-20 mins but sadly with new builds propping up all along this aea we couldn’t really walk alongside the river. This pub was situated on a quiet back street and despite the proximity to the busy main road, it really was quiet and quite peaceful here. This was a solid down to earth little back street boozer which carried a few from Fullers on H/P along with the odd guest beer, I note that Old Dairy was also on cask. I didn’t really see anything on keg that interested me, however the Belgian bottled selection was actually pretty decent and Orval at £3.90 a bottle not to be sniffed at, so we had a couple of these. The pub is quite traditional inside, two interconnected rooms the bar to the front and left as you enter and the room to the RH side being the larger of the two. I understand that there was a garden but for some reason we didn’t venture outside. Service was friendly and the food portions simple but very generous, we never had any but friends did. This was far and away the most local feeling pub of those visited today and I rather liked it, however with property prices in London continuing to rocket you do wonder what sort of future somewhere like this will have in years to come.“
Fin 2392 days ago
60 /100
Duke (Bar)
125 CREEK ROAD
“Gone are the grotty halls of residence across the road from this pub, replaced by a fresh building housing Goldsmith’s College students. It was therefore inevitable that the grotty previous incarnation of The Duke would be replaced with a more appealing updated venue serving food and a selection of ales. It also benefits from the closure of The Hoy on the other side of the petrol station which was smellier but still superior and in the late 90’s had a happy hour from 9pm until close. This area has been transformed over the past 15 years.“
ManVsBeer 2739 days ago
72 /100 116 PRINCE STREET
“A great boozer in a beer desert. 6 handpumps and a fair bottle selection. Interesting black and white photos on the walls.“
b727trijet 2760 days ago
62 /100 116 PRINCE STREET
“Charming back street boozer popular with the local folk. This was my local for some time, but the beer selection has really dropped to where it was a year or so ago. Cheap pub grub and Sunday roast options. Bring back the lambics in the fridge!“
nate2g 3115 days ago
74 /100 116 PRINCE STREET
“Traditionnal pub. 5-6 Casks, 40+ Belgian and German bottles. Residential area. Service is friendly.“
YULbier 3358 days ago
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