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

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66 /100 GROUND FLOOR, LOWER, 106 FULHAM PALACE RD,
“First things first - that photo that's currently up above must be the ground floor restaurant. Anyway, it's it the tap which is an odd little location. Entering the cupboard sized foyer your immediately turn right and he'd down some rickety stairs. You the enter an area which I reckon the brewer and his dad did themselves. Plain brown wooden boards cover every wall..it's therefore like being in a box. There is room for 5 tables. To the right is the nook which they serve from, with 6 or so taps of their beers. There is then a hidden storeroom behind here where they disappeared to fill the takeaway bottles I ordered. As mentioned, the brewer was serving with my Dad... who was jokingly chastised for getting in the way. However can't complain about the work, he was constantly.cleaning things when not serving. I was lucky to get the one Las table and the Dad quickly came over to warn me that it was wobbly and put some bar mats under it. Got to be the strangest and most DIY tap I've been to. Now I've ticked of the brewery doubt I will be in the area again.“
BeardedAvenger 456 days ago
52 /100
Harwood Arms (Restaurant)
WALHAM GROVE
“Apparently London's only Michelin starred pub - and you can tell Michelin does not care one whit about beer selection. They had a few perfectly adequate cask ales available, a few more common British beers on tap, and an extensive wine list. Food was excellent, pricing was certainly in line with what a Michelin restaurant charges, but this is no beer geek's paradise by a long shot.“
DeanF 562 days ago
88 /100 GROUND FLOOR, LOWER, 106 FULHAM PALACE RD,
“A tiny cellar bar beneath a Japanese restaurant 10 mins walk from Hammersmith station complex. Beers are brewed on site (not visible from bar unfortunately). Open 1630-2100ish Thu/Fri/Sat for time being. I visited on 29/7/22 and was selling 6 beers on keg. The owner/brewer wants to eventually include a cask beer (he even has a beer engine on the tiny bar!) Beers include a hoppy lager, several pale ales and an amber, all listed with which hops were used, and these will change so good for us tickers! **whoever added the photo pls delete it as it is not of this venue but is the CBC in Hammersmith station complex!!**“
b727trijet 576 days ago
70 /100 187 GREYHOUND ROAD
“Decent pub with a small range of ales“
Jerseyislandbeer 834 days ago
60 /100
Harwood Arms (Restaurant)
WALHAM GROVE
“Visited with my son. Allegedly the only gastropub in London with a Michelin star. Beerwise I could have had 4 new ticks here, but I stuck to wine with a more than decent meal. Advance booking is essential for a meal. Efficient, fast and friendly staff.“
Sigmund 1454 days ago
66 /100 UNIT 3, FIRST FLOOR FULHAM BROADWAY CENTRE
“Located upstairs in Fulham Broadway station. Nice lay out with views to the street below. Quick service and friendly staff.“
dantomlinson 1473 days ago
64 /100 187 GREYHOUND ROAD
“The place was doing lively after work trade and service was effective and friendly. The food menu offered pub food with style and there was only one craft beer (a Kernel) on tap in the small front bar. Not a Ratebeer speciality venue.“
KeefOz 1873 days ago
64 /100 3-6 FULHAM BROADWAY
“A HUGE Whole Foods by UK standards, but miniscule compared to the US ones... beer selection is pretty good, especially when it comes to Belgian stuff.“
Ktwse 2294 days ago
70 /100
Atlas (Bar)
16 SEAGRAVE ROAD
“Nice little pub around the corner from me, what's not to like? Well, the selection might be one thing... it's decent but not great, with a very limited bottle list and a somewhat dreary cask selection. The food is good, though.“
Ktwse 2294 days ago
66 /100
Harwood Arms (Restaurant)
WALHAM GROVE
“This is not a beer destination. The food is great, and the wine list is pretty stellar, but do not expect good beer. Just sayin'.“
Ktwse 2294 days ago
60 /100 UNIT 3, FIRST FLOOR FULHAM BROADWAY CENTRE
“JDW pub with just as little atmosphere as you expect in a combined shopping mall and tube station. Very handy for Chelsea football though. I could have had 1 or 2 cask ticks here, and most likely a few bottles, but was in no mood for beer(!), as i had a Chelsea FC hospitality package coming up. Settled for a gin & tonic, and the bartender typically did not ask me which gin I wanted, and did not offer a slice of lemon or lime. Service was efficient, but as normal in JDW without a smile. Can't blame the underpaid bastards for that. I did not eat, but they have the normal JDW menu.“
Sigmund 2312 days ago
72 /100
Atlas (Bar)
16 SEAGRAVE ROAD
“Visited on 1st July 2017. Single roomed pub with large patio on the side. It’s a few mins walk from West Brompton. Decor is traditional with a lot of wood panelling. A couple of fireplaces either side of the bar just add to the feel. Beer range is OK. 4 handpulls with a couple of local beers plus a couple of national beers. Keg range is mostly macro with Hogstar Lager and Camden Pale. A small range of bottles with a couple of Lervig beers was a treat. Service and prices OK. Nice pub.“
WingmanWillis 2431 days ago
70 /100 19 LILLIE ROAD
“Visited on 1st July 2017. Large open plan pub. L-shaped seating area around the bar with a patio out front and a cocktail bar upstairs. It’s just down the road from West Brompton station. Decor is really smart and nice ambiance. Beer range is decent with 4 handpulls plus a couple of Truman kegs, Purity, Camden and Alepine. Service OK. Prices are a little high. Nice venue.“
WingmanWillis 2431 days ago
64 /100 187 GREYHOUND ROAD
“Visited on 1st July 2017. Situated in deepest Fulham just over the road from the Prep School and Queens Tennis Club this is nice spot in a bit of a ratebeer desert. Small bar area at front, 2 snug rooms either side lead to a larger back room and beer garden at rear. Decor is smart and modern with a lot of plastic budgies and tennis rackets on the wall. Beer range is OK with macro lager, a Kernel pale ale and 3 handpulls plus a few bottles and cans. Prices and service solid. Handy to know it’s here but wouldn’t trek out here specially.“
WingmanWillis 2431 days ago
60 /100 UNIT 3, FIRST FLOOR FULHAM BROADWAY CENTRE
“Tidy Wetherspoon joint in the shopping mall above Fulham Broadway station. The location (I guess) means the clientele is a bit less down market than at some Spoons. Beer range was up to snuff - 5 festival beers out of 8 handpumps, 1 "coming soon". Condition was OK but not sparkling“
chriso 2901 days ago
76 /100
Harwood Arms (Restaurant)
WALHAM GROVE
“Beer wise I don’t really know if this is a place you must visit, but the food was quite amazing with genuinely thought out dishes for a reasonable price. Very friendly, subtle and efficient service. Come for food and see the beer as a nice bonus.“
Nische 2940 days ago
64 /100 3-6 FULHAM BROADWAY
“Relatively small, cramped WF compared to the jumbo-sized stores I’m used to in the states. Most of the store’s footprint seems to be dedicated to prepared foods, not unlike the branch near Piccadilly Circus. The beer selection’s pretty strong. Perhaps 150 bottles are available on a couple of shelves. Plenty of big name London stuff (Kernel, Beavertown, Hammerton) is available. Some more esoteric regional offerings from the likes of Signature Brew were randomly there too. The usual mix of Belgians and US mega-craft filled out the rest of the shelves. Prices were pretty reasonable, all things considered. Service is non-existent. Overall, a solid addition to the area.“
jackl 3168 days ago
82 /100
Harwood Arms (Restaurant)
WALHAM GROVE
“A gastro pub with a michelin star located in a quite area next to Stamford Bridge. Superb traditional english food with a twist! Several dishes includes beery ingredients such as malt, spelt and hops. Nice and relaxed service. Cozy and clean pub interior. The beer selection is somewhat limited but the three casks availible at the time for my visit where in good shape.“
hirigalzkar 3498 days ago
66 /100 UNIT 3, FIRST FLOOR FULHAM BROADWAY CENTRE
“On the upper level of the shopping centre that also houses the tube station. A window seat here offers views over the busy road that is often a stand still in rush hour and of course when football matches are on (it is closer to Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge than Fulham’s Craven Cottage). It’s also a Lloyds Bar to attract a party crowd but it remains varied all day. The decor and furniture are mainly the standard wooden look of this chain and the furniture is quite densely packed in for maximum occupancy.“
ManVsBeer 3996 days ago
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