Nice traditional interior. The barkeeper didn't knew anything about this being a brewery or if they have their own beery on tap, neither did the boss. They tried to recommend me a cocktail, when I asked about a suggestion and couldn't recommend anything. Another customer asked if they can expect to get the food they ordered 40 minutes ago. Based on that, I wouldn't really recommend going there.
b727trijet (727) Isleworth, England | September 17, 2017| Updated October 7, 2018
2018 UPDATE : Has not brewed for years and now the beer range is very poor as was the condition. No wonder it was virtually empty on a Saturday late afternoon... Years ago it was difficult to fin a seat at similar time! There are far better places to visit nearby-ish.
OLD RATING : A pub offering a good selection of real ales on handpump, several interesting keg beers and a good bottle selection ranging from new London micros to Belgain trappists. I still not seen their own beer on sale. A good venue to pick up new London breweries. UPDATE Sept.2017. Not been for a few years and disappointed to see it half empty on a Saturday evening (unheard of years ago!) and you can see why. Poor choice of beers... just 2 on cask, nothing exciting and quality on the poorer side. And keg wise very ubiquitous beers, as were cans and bottles... I hope it does not end up closing but if it does it is down to them. I have amended my ratings (it previously got 66 from me). This venue should also be a blue marker (not red) as their brewing brand ceased years ago and I don't even think it was brewed here but down the road at Redchurch.
Nice quiet place located in a back alley. Nice place to sit outside as well as nice sitting area inside. Counted 27 taps and about 20 bottles of various beer/cider. Ok service. I liked the place and might be back. Visited 03.07.2016
Visited for a short drink. Seemed like a pretty big traditional pub with good selection. Some macros on tap so not all of the taps were interesting, but there were enough to keep us busy for some time. Another place in Bethnal Green worth visiting.
Dropped in here, en route from Dove to Redchurch. Nice traditional interior, with a solid selection of local beers on tap and in the fridges. Food looked great, though I never had none. Nice atmosphere and local people.
Visited the 28th August 2015 - Nice place on a small street near to the Redchuch Brewery. This is a classic english pub and it looks great. The selection is made with cask and tap mainly english. If you want to try something more special there are the bottle selection with great bottle for a normal price. I tried the cheese burger and it was really great. Very nice. About the staff friendly and cool. I recommend the place if you are on the area.
really good pub that is down a little dark lane great selection of beers and the lucky chip work from there and they do some of the best burgers in london it is worth going just for the burgers then you have a awesome selection of really good beers
Good pub on a backstreet in Bethnal Green. Solid range of beers on both cask and keg with a great focus on London breweries. Good burgers. Good value overall. Moderate bottle selection. A nice meeting between old school pub and new age beers. Recommended.
The pub can be found in a quiet area in the northern part of Bethnal Green, about ten minutes’ walk from the tube. It’s a well-kept, relatively large freehouse with six cask ales by hand-pump and about 20 on kegs. I had local beers from London breweries, but some of the ales came from other regions. For food I had their famous cheeseburger with mustard and tomato, very tasty, even though I get the burgers better back home at Blå Rock Café. At Sebright Arms there was a narrow little patio in the back, and the service at the bar was quite alright offering samples of their beers. A classic English pub well worth visiting for food, atmosphere, and well-kept ales (visit on a Sunday afternoon, 13.07.2014).
We visited here on Sunday 20th April 2014. This was about 10 mins on from The Kings Arms, Bethnal Green. This provided a welcome break from the incessant rain and was a friendly, welcoming, warm and well worn pub, in fact having a few of the attributes that the Kings Arms could do with to improve it. Beer choice was good, I had a Pressure Drop Wu something wheat beer, Loz had a Rocky Head IPA. The decor was a little random a full size set of traffic lights on a wall to our left shone green throughout, though as we were sat near a mixing DJ desk maybe this area was a little lively at night. It seemed quite a large pub though I have to confess to not really exploring as we just wanted to dry out and get warm. We accessed the pub via an alley called Seabright Passage as I recall. I have to say whilst not my favourite pub of the weekend it was warm and friendly and certainly should be considered on a Bethnal Green, Shoreditch, Hackney walk-bus crawl.