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190 Euston RoadRegent's ParkLondonNW1 2BN
- +44 (0)20 3137 8837
- Public transport:
- Euston Square, Underground
Right across from the Cider Tap is the beer equivalent - a ton of great craft beers from around the world.
Also in one of the few remaining (tiny) remaining buildings from the original Euston Station, really cool location for a bar, especially one full of so many great beers.
Slightly confusing is that the taps on the wall don't correspond with the beers available, so just refer to the list...more
Ahhhh... Euston. The main gateway into the Cap City from Birmingham for me. I have been here much more than usual over the last year or so (with work, gigs and seeing friends), so have been spending much more time at the Train Station than I have done in previous years. I would normally just head to Euston to catch my train and that's it - but I now have a reason to get there early (or indeed,...more
What a totally lovely little place. I stopped on for a swift half (which swiftly turned into two halves) when I arrived in London to find myself temporarily friendless. I could have remained all day without a single complaint - great range of beer (of course), super friendly staff, bewilderingly reasonable prices. My Pilsner was crisp and refreshing, I enjoyed my raspberry cider less so but...more
I don't know if microbrew pubs are as big in London as they are in Seattle, but if you need your fix of enjoying beers at such an establishment in London, this is the place. You get two menus: beers on tap, most of which looked to be American imports, and beers on cask, which appeared mostly domestic. Both menus had a healthy selection, so even the snobbiest beer snobs should be satiated by...more
Interesting little place, and I do mean little. It's a box. Literally. Decent tap selection for London with some interesting taps. More bottles in the cooler. A tight space upstairs, or seats on the patio.
If your looking for a big pub, this ain't it. If you're fine with a super chill place to talk to your friends over a pint, this will do. Plain and a bit dank, but perfectly safe.more