Welcoming bar attached to the brewery which boasts 'The Ultimate Beer Food Menu' and live jazz on a Sunday.
- 365-366 Warburton Street, London, E8 3RR
- +44 (0) 20 7241 5983
- Opening Times
- Mon CLOSED
View London Says…
The best way to try craft beers is to go straight to the source, and London Fields Brewery not only provides this at its tap room, but it also creates a venue that fits in with the Hackney look somewhat seamlessly. You can sample the London Fields range on keg and cask for £3.40-£4.20 a pint, and popular tipples include the locally famed Hackney Hopster, a zesty pale ale, and Love Not War, a rich red ale. Their Wheat Beer is particularly light, citrusy and enjoyable.Read more…
Best Bars Says…
Hackney Hopster pale ale, the distinctive Love Not War red ale and Shoreditch Triangle IPA – all the favourites are available on keg and cask, and we doubt they’ll taste fresher anywhere else in town. Food pop-ups come and go, with beer and food matching always on the agenda...Decked out in timber, the bar itself has the exact aesthetic you’d expect from the area, and the clientele fit the bill in beanie hats and cropped denim.Read more…
Time Out Says…
A light and airy (thanks to those floor to ceiling windows out front) bar and restaurant within London Fields Brewery, with warm, earthy tones echoed through the wooden furniture and flooring.Read more…
Here visitors can sit down for a pint or a bite to eat, or both, as The Taproom offers a 'beer and food pairing tour'. Otherwise the menu features pub classics with a twist fitting for east London, including halloumi beetroot burger, a German sharing platter with schnitzel and beer-cheese dumplings, and aubergine chips.