Saturday 14 June 2008 8.38pm
When you say sell good beer, do you mean real ales?
Why not give The Stage Door
a try, they are located round the back of The Old Vic
and sell consistently good real ales. They also have live music on a Saturday and Sunday evenings.
The ring is OK, and also try the Prince Albert, again real ales are good, especially if you like to watch sport.
I agree, TheWhite Hart sell good real ales, as does The Charles Dickens
in Union Street
. In fact The Charles Dickens
is in the CAMRA good beer guide and usually has about 6 well kept real ales on draught.
There are lots of good pubs in the area that are listed on this forum, other good ones if you are prepared to walk a bit are The Lord Clyde
off of Marshalsea Road
, The Royal Oak
in Tabard Street
, The Mad Hatter Hotel
, Stamford Street
If you are feeling touristy, go to the Founders Arms
on the river, next to the Tate modern. Although Young's beer is not one of my first choices, they also sell Charles Wells Bombardier which is one of my favourites; in fact I was there last Sunday afternoon.
You are very lucky to live around here; there are pubs to cater for all tastes.