Cider Pub Guide to London
Being a large sprawling sort of place, the London Guide has been split up into separate pages for each of the five main compass areas.
|London Cider Pub Guide index|
The Cider Pub Guide to Central London covers the traditional 'West End' and City areas, north of the river Thames. Pubs include Ain't Nothin but the Blues Bar, The Harp, 10 Covent Garden Kitchen, The Coach & Horses, The White Swan, Penderel's Oak, Chimes of Pimlico, The Well, The Slaughtered Lamb, The Peasant, Williamson's Tavern, Willow Walk.
The Cider Pub Guide to North London covers the area immediately north of central London including Hampsted, Primrose Hill, Islington.
Pubs include The Southampton Arms CAMRA Greater London Cider pub of the year 2010. The Dartmouth Arms, The Lansdowne, The Lord Palmerston, The Duke of Hamilton, Oakdale Arms, The Doric Arch, The Toll Gate', The Ranelagh, Kings Head Crouch End, The Charles Lamb, The Duke of Cambridge, The Wenlock Arms, The Narrowboat Inn.
The Cider Pub Guide to West London covers an area west of central London, heading out towards the M4 and leafy suburbs upon the Thames. Pubs include The Magpie and Crown, The Nag's Head, The North Star, Red Lion, The Kings Arms, The De Burgh Arms, Real Ale Ltd, Willoughby Arms.
The Cider Pub Guide to East London covers the area north of the river Thames and east of the City Road or river Lea thus including at least the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Newham, Waltham Forest and parts of Hackney and Harringey.
Pubs mentioned include The Miller's Well, The Golden Grove, The King Edward, The Hudson Bay, The Gun, The Crown, The Fleapit, The Drum, The Great Spoon of Ilford, The George, The Commercial Tavern, The Pembury Tavern, Oakdale Arms. The Plough Inn.
The Cider Pub Guide to South London covers the area south of the river Thames and east of a line somewhere near Battersea. The area around Tower Bridge, London Bridge and Borough is best served, with Addiscombe, Croydon, Greenwich getting a mention.
Pubs include The Claret, The George, The New Forest Cider Stall, The Market Porter, The Royal Oak,The Brewery Wharf, The Southwark Tavern, The Gate Clock, The Cutty Sark, The Greenwich Union, The Bridge House, The Pommellers Rest, Priory Arms, Willoughby Arms
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