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

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“lare and comfy pub with very good prices. worthed to stop.“
ResinousChalice29 1298 days ago
“New store-cum-bar next to Hither Green Station. Well chosen selection of bottles/cans.There’s also a small drinking area too if you choose to drink in. Quite a laid back and easy going joint. Plus the odd barrel/cask is often to be found behind the counter sourced from local breweries. Artisan foods from local eateries regularly available at the weekends. Well worth seeking out if you happen to be in the area.“
planky84 2008 days ago
76 /100
Costcutter Hither Green (Grocery Store)
“Stocks the following brewery products, craft ales and bitters at the moment: Brewdog, Blue Moon, Sam Adams, Flying Dog - incl. Raging Bitch, Sierra Nevada - Incl. Torpedo, Goose Island, Meantime, Camden , Anchor Steam, Founders, Point Pale , Brooklyn - incl. Summer Ale, Five Points - coming soon , Leffe , Hoegaarden, Estella Damm, And many more........ Mix & Match Selection Available “
priyesh 2997 days ago
“I believe this was the first Wetherspoon pub I ever walked into sometime late in the last millennium, not that I knew what it was at that time. Large and comfortable and often obscured in the daytime by the market stalls out front, the appearance is very ordinary and familiar in terms of the earlier look of the groups chain pubs. It gets popular given the cheap drinks on offer in a lower-income area of south London but the quality of the food and beverages remain the same. Rotating real ales are here as standard.“
ManVsBeer 3258 days ago
“A pretty standard Spoonies down in Lewisham. It’s a sprawling, low-ceilinged affair that, on a pleasant Saturday afternoon in late January, was quite popular with the pensioners. There are 12 casks on offer, plus the usual JDW keg and bottle options. Pints are two quid a pop, which is pretty nice. Worth a visit if you’re in the area and fancy a cheap ale.“
Leighton 3536 days ago
“The Station Hotel situated close to Hither Green train station has been totally refurbished, now under new owners/management and reopened in the summer of 2012. From having hardly any choice in this part of SE London a few years back to now having plenty of choice round here it is a very welcome addition and is now one of my 4 current drinking establishments close to home. Firstly much like the The Lord Northbrook (also opened recently down the road in Lee), The Station Hotel appears to have undergone a large dose of "gentrification". The upmarket décor im sure will appear to many, but personally I find it abit to modern for my tastes, and bright (the lighting really is bright, almost blinding in the evening) so scores low in ambience from me. It does have though a good size patio beer garden for the summer months. But now onto the important stuff, where this place now really excels is the beer selection. It now has 11 Ale Cask pulls and 16 draughts (mix of lager/ciders) With the Ale selection you will not find cutting edge "craft scene" but you will find a great diverse selection of good brews from the likes of St Austels/Harveys/Sambrooks/Westerham/Fullers/Adnams and it does rotate allot. Have found it to all be in good condition from my experience, and friends have enjoyed the diverse tap cider selection (not the usual you will find) there is plenty of bottles as well but nothing much in the Ale department. Service is overall good but does get very busy at the weekends (could maybe do with more staff at this time as can be quite a wait) Food looks like your usual gastropub fare but i have not sampled so did not rate (will update later im sure) Overall a welcome addition to this part of SE London and worth a visit if down these parts.“
Desverger 3595 days ago
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