FriarHop (5) Long Beach, New York | May 10, 2011| Updated May 16, 2012
Enjoyed a few pints with a pork pie while the piano was being tuned.
kermis (459) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | December 30, 2016
Fairly small and long old school bar with a run down wooden feel. Itís fairly popular and lively with a great selection of casks featuring local and other UK breweries. Worth going there early as it gets pretty busy later in the evenings.
Saeglopur (126) Vienna Woods, Austria | November 3, 2016| Updated November 4, 2016
Kind of a "rustic" pub, with a used feel, propably not for everyones taste, but I really liked it. Thereís also a nice courtyard in the back. Unfortunately located quite far-off (near Hampstead Heath), but definitely worth the trip.
The lowest prices Iíve experienced in a London craft beer bar! Tap list isnít the most extensive, but they had some really interesting stuff, for example an extended selection from Howling Hops. Maybe the only downisde is that they serve all beers in dimpled mugs, but then this fits very well into the down-to-earth atmosphere of this place.
Overall an authentic experience and very good, local beer, definitely recommended.
Visited the 14th September 2015 - Really nice and pleasant place. Good music and amazing atmosphere and ambiance. Very nice staff. Selection is mainly on cask with just only two taps, all beers are British. And prices are really smart for London. I recommend extremely to have a stop there, because this is the way a modern pub must be in Great Britain. Good symbiosis between modern and tradition! If the weather is nice enjoy the patio, itís amazing! Notes: only cash accepted !
Finalmente qui ! Gran bel posto fuori dalle zone turistiche del centro ma facile da raggiungere con tube, piccolo e stretto nella zona bancone propone un 6/7 real ales ,6/7 cidri tutti a pompa e 2 spine un po piý commerciali . Bello líambiente ed il servizio rapido ma attento , cíŤ una zona che funge da beer garden per i fumatori . Non ho provato il cibo che sono solo snack cmq .
A long one room pub, quirky and a bit dingy looking but I get the feeling this is part of the charm of this establishment. An eclectic range of ales, mostly from small micros I had never heard of, my two pints of beer from somewhere in Hackney were pretty damn good and keenly priced at well under four quid.Some eccentric characters were present and the old vinyl records being played do give this boozer a very distinctive atmosphere. Different, but worth it.
Great place with a sort of hip atmosphere and rustic, almost shabby decoration. Great cask selection. Food was limited so we had dinner at a different place and just enjoyed the beers annd the ambiance instead.
Nice old pub a few minutes walk from Gospel Oak station.
One long room all decked out in wood with a covered smoking area out the back itís quite a small place and is often packed. Quite often the ivories are tinkled which loses more space.
Decent beer range. Well kept. Prices not too bad either. Itís a nice place.