Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, London

A Drink in History A visit to London would not be complete without visiting a traditional pub. Make your way towards Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese on Fleet Street, believed to be one of the oldest pubs in that dates as far back as the century.

Ye Olde Mitre, London

Ye Olde Mitre Tavern Ely Court, Hatton Garden London Hidden down a small alley way this tiny but lively pub was once solely for the use of the servants of the Bishop of Ely whose palace was nearby - now anyone can enjoy it, if you can find it.

The Black Friar, London

The Black Friar Art Nouveau Grade II listed pub is unlike any other pub in London.

The Dean Swift, London

The Dean Swift Local Beerhouse is a south London pub specialising in quality beer and food. You can always find four well kept cask ales along with a selection

Tap East, London

Tap East is a microbrewery located in the giant Westfield Stratford shopping centre in East London.

Brew Dog Camden, London

Close to the Camden Tube station, the BrewDog bar serves great craft beer made in Scotland. They also make the world's strongest beer. Tactical Nuclear Penguin is ABV.

Southampton Arms, London

Line 'em up bar-tender. 18 independent pumps full o' ale and cider. The Southampton Arms, Highgate Road, Kentish Town.

Cask Pub and Kitchen, London

The Cask and Kitchen is located in Pimlico and since opening in 2009 has gained a reputation for serving an excellent selection of cask beers, foreign lagers

Euston Tap, London

Without Prejudice recommends Euston Tap, it is one of the smallest pubs in London with perhaps the biggest selections in the capital. Located in last place you’d expect to find a pub, the Tap has quickly become the in-place for beer fans.

The Rake, London

The Rake is the only pub located within London's famous Borough Market. It serves an excellent selection of cask, keg and bottled beers.

Craft Beer Co., London

The Craft Beer Co. is a popular Clerkenwell pub serving one of the most impressive selections of beers in London.