Very nicely done pub with a few casks and a wide range of kegs. Service and general atmosphere friendly, pricing not ridiculous for London. Didn’t eat. I’d be here pretty regularly if I didn’t have small kids and live the other end of town...
On the main road 3 minutes walk from the Haggerston Overground station. A good stop when visiting the area and to couple to Duke’s Brew & Que. Wide range of styles available on both cask and keg, represented mostly by London and UK micros. Good cask conditions and nice bottles selection, too. Prices seemed fair and service was ok. Overall, very solid, I will be coming back
Good place. Great selection of craft, the best in the zone. The food is excellent as well. Don’t miss the pork belly, the crispy chicken or the rack of pork....simply good. May be a little bit noisy, but the terrace is the solution for that.
Visited a few times, have tap takeovers and visited during a Hopcraft event. Have a good range of beers on normally from London brewers and a bit farther afield.
Beers are well kept, service is good and the place is popular. Like it and will pop in if in the area as likely to pick up an interesting beer.
Theydon_Bois (1044) Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, England | January 29, 2015| Updated January 30, 2015
Visited on Thursday 29/01/15 for the Hopcraft tap takeover.
Solid single roomed boozer on the main road just a 4 or so mins walk from Haggerston LOROL and about the same from Dukes B&Q.
Tap selection a-typical on my visit due to the tap take over so there were a good 10 Hcraft keg lines and around 5 more cask plus a permanent Kernel keg and a Buxton stout amongst the few non Hcraft offerings. Friendly service and good vibes in this solid boozer. Guy who manages the place also operates a beer bus with around 10 taps that travels around to markets and the like as a pop up bar!
Big modern place, very cozy. Big decent selection with reasonable pricing. Impressed.
jjsint (651) Leicester, England | November 23, 2014| Updated October 28, 2016
Open plan pub complete with wooden furniture. 13 kegs and 5 casks available. Some very basic beers (i.e. Brooklyn Lager), but London is well represented with Camden, Pressure Drop, Beavertown, Kernel and BBNo. Lots of bottles but I didn’t get that far. There are so many of these places now that the Fox fails to stand among the best. I’d love to have a place like this in my town though!