Hangar-style beer haven underneath the railway arches with a seemingly unending choice of craft ales and lagers.
- 251 Paradise Row, London, E2 9LE
- +44 (0) 20 7012 1244
- Opening Times
- Mon 16.00-23.00
- Insider Information
- The beers aren't just for drinking in, get a couple to takeaway for the road.
Craft Beer London Says…
This bar-cum-offie in a railway arch (naturally) is not, by any means, over-decorated. There's a row of fridges down one side, some snazzy graffiti, a bar at the back and a number of tables. But it works, perhaps because it houses so many of the best beers available in London at the moment. Expect to find The Kernel, De Molen, Rogue, Schneider and others of the same quality on the bar and in the fridges, to drink in and take away.Read more…
Time Out Says…
The beers here aren’t just for sitting down and sipping in situ: you can also take them away to savour on your sofa too. And the selection of bottles is staggering – and it’s all judiciously chosen...A row of unmarked taps along the metallic back wall offer a head-spinning range of brews to those who prefer to get stuck in on-site, and they all change pretty much every day. So you've got an excuse to keep going back.Read more…
The Londonist Says…
We're in two minds about this place. Not because it's lacking in any way, but is it a pub? Tucked in a backstreet beneath the rail arches, it's much more bar-like than pubbish, and self-describes as a taproom. Yet it stocks a phenomenal range of ales and ciders, so we feel duty-bound to include it. To hell with definitions...it's going in the Best Pubs database.Read more…