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Pembury Tavern
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Address: 90 Amhurst Road, London, E8 1JH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27595) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Hackney Central (0.2 miles), Homerton (0.7 miles), Dalston Kingsland (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Hackney Downs (0.2 miles), Hackney Central (0.4 miles), London Fields (0.6 miles)

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After a swift half at the Winchmore Hill Cricket Club, we caught the train down to Hackney to visit the Pembury. The pub feels a little more worn than on my last visit. The gents don't seem in the best condition. They had a good range of Milton ales as usual - Medea, Minotaur, Nero, Saturn, Medusa, Justinian, Pegasus & Minerva. In addition, they had 2 guests - Partners Blonde & Sonnet 43 Steam Beer. The real cider - Cock Eyed Cock Bird was almost finished. But they squeezed a half out for me. I thought it was much quieter than on previous visits too. There were plenty of spare tables on this Saturday afternoon visit. I wasn't too enamoured with the quality of the Milton beers either. There were 3 dark beers and none were that good. Having visited the 2 Milton pubs in Cambridge, the Pembury doesn't quite live up to high expectations. Try the Devonshire Arms in Cambridge for a slightly better experience.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2015 14:03
A better experience this visit. Lots of people in on a Saturday late afternoon.
Good choice of Milton beers and others. large pizza is about £9-10. Good relaxed atmosphere. What is painted on the walls? they would be better in a plain colour.
rpf1955 - 25 Mar 2015 19:36
Even though this pub looks like it was put together by a committee, you should try one here if you are in the area. The beer is ok, the bar staff really friendly, and it's close to the Cock Tavern so you can easily escape when the silly decor and punters start to get on your nerves.
Green_0nions - 2 Feb 2014 15:30
Catering for a young, bearded studenty crowd, this pub accepts Bitcoin and serves mostly overly hopped "craft beer" type ales though there is an impressive selection. I did long for a simple best bitter but it's not really that type of establishment so opted for some sort of expensive unpasteurised lager which in fairness went down pretty well. Overall I feel this pub could do with improving the atmosphere as it's a bit clinical but full credit to them for getting a range our beer out to the hipsters. Also very crowded on weekends so would go mid-week.
Richard_ReadingFC - 6 Jan 2014 12:16
One of my favourite pubs in London. There are about 12 handpulls with around half Miltons and the rest guest ales with some interesting ones from London. The food is good with but limited to pizzas in mid afternoon. The bar billiards table and the loos have seen better days.Very convenient for bus 38 from central London and LOndon Overground . If you like your ale in an earthy surroundings then this is a great place.
Steamer1 - 17 Mar 2013 22:23

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