Original listing in the Guide
The following pubs where in the original Guide.
A superb conversion of an old bank into a Fullers pub.
Draft House on the edge of the City, right by Tower Hill station.
Sister pub to Euston Tap and siblings, and of similar high quality.
Serious modern beer bar with a great selection of beer.
The first and best Craft Beer Co pub.
Belgian bar with over 100 Belgian beers.
Sister pub to Black Heart, with an impressive range of beer.
Sister pub to Euston Tap serving beers from smaller breweries.
The only St Peter's Brewery pub in London.
Sister pub to Exmouth Arms, Well & Bucket, etc.
A 500 year old pub with massive character, now owned by Fullers.
The Queen's Head
Lovely traditional pub, comfortable and oozing atmosphere.
Back open again after a refurb. Now under new management.
The first of the Draft House chain of pubs.
Classic traditional ale house right by Borough Market.
Tiny beer bar in Borough Market.
The Williams Ale and Cider House
Modern style pub on a side street opposite Liverpool Street station.
Traditional old boozer just off City Road, now with its own brewery.
Superb specialist beer pub, one of the top destinations in town.
Gorgeous old Fullers pub in Belgravia.
Traditional back street pub near Waterloo station.
West End branch of the Draft House chain.
One of the best pubs in London, now lovingly cared for by Fullers.
Specialist Belgian beer cafe/restaurant with one of the best Belgian beer lists in London.
Small, classic West End pub with a very good range of beers.
London tap room of the Irish Brewery.
Traditional east end boozer now showcasing mainly London brewed beers.
A proper pub from the people behind the Southampton Arms.
A traditional British boozer with over 100 Belgian beers.
Classic pub, now a Five Points pub/tap room.
Pizzeria and beer place right by the canal.
One of the best of the Antic Collective group of pubs.
Brew pub and beer bar in glitzy shopping centre right by the Olympic Park.
BrewDog's second London bar.
Cavernous bar with huge character and big sun trap beer garden.
Modern style beer bar in a beautifully restored old bar with great character.
Lovely one roomed, light and airy pub close to Angel station.
Possibly more restaurant than bar, and certainly very gastro.
A famous old boozer, now a fully fledged brewpub. REOPENING 11 SEPT.
Busy and atmospheric Camden pub with a sometimes great beer list.
BrewDog's first bar outside Scotland.
A brewery tap in Kentish Town West.
Wonderful pub selling beers and ciders from small UK independent breweries.
Comfy pub with good ale and food.
The original home of the Camden Town Brewery.
Smart brew pub, now the home of Gorgeous Brewery.
The Duke's Head
Lovely one roomed modern beer house in the middle of Highgate village.
Freehouse on Stoke Newington High Street.
Multi-award winning community freehouse owned by local co-operative.
One of the earliest pubs in the rapidly expanding Draft House chain.
One of the earliest Draft Houses.
Brewery tap next to the site of the (upcoming) new AFC Wimbledon stadium.
Classic pub right on Parsons Green.
Lovely back street boozer in the centre of Teddington.
Outstanding proper pub near Twickenham Green.
Lovely proper back street pub, the second Harvey's pub in London.
The only Hop Back Brewery pub in London.
Tiny back street ‘stand up’ local boozer.
The Royal Oak, SE1
Wonderful traditional Harvey's pub, now under new management. DUE TO REOPEN 13 OCTOBER.
Simon the Tanner
Local boozer 10 mins walk from Tower Bridge.
Modern brew pub.
Excellent brewery tap in a railway arch in the heart of Bermondsey.
Smart and spacious brewery tap in South Bermondsey.
Another excellent Bermondsey brewery in a railway arch.
London's 2nd Craft Beer Co pub, 2 mins walk from Brixton tube.
Sister pub to the Jolly Butchers.
Highly impressive specialist beer bar in a most unlikely location.
Former Antic pub, now under new ownership.
The first Oakham Brewery bar in London.
Traditional old community pub.
Busy local pub with a good range of UK beers on draft and some good imports.
The 3rd BrewDog bar in London, and by far the best.
Smart but comfy Mews pub, the nearest pub to the Royal Albert Hall.
Excellent, unbranded Fullers bar showcasing beer from London breweries.