The Bree Louise, Euston - pub details
Previously called: Jolly Gardeners
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Crown and Anchor, Euston (0.0 miles), Exmouth Arms, Euston (0.1 miles), Zone 1 Wine Bar and Restaurant, Euston (0.1 miles), Square Tavern, Euston (0.1 miles), Euston Tap, Euston (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|This is the sort of pub that I'd love to like, but sadly I never find the beers particularly interesting. If you're into pale hoppy beers, you'd be better off walking round the corner to the Euston Tap.|
arihall - 10 Feb 2014 18:29
|Stone's throw from the station and a real ale mecca - six on draught and 10 on gravity on my visit. Walls covered in previous pump clips. Nice basic pub food menu as well as appetising cheese plates. £4 a pint isn't the cheapest, but they offer 50p off a pint to Camra car-carriers if you're of that inclination. No TV*, fruit or games machines or piped music and all the better for it in my opinion. Under threat of demolition if HS2 is pushed through parliament, which would be a shame.|
*As I was leaving, the TV went on for a Six Nations game.
Komakino - 9 Feb 2014 11:53
|Another pub in the Euston area that was a first visit for me a few Saturday nights ago.|
Old style pub with no television or juke box but it was still busy with a fair few camra / beer geeks in (including me!)
Great range of beers dispensed directly from the barrels behind the bar, the pint I had was excellent.
Friendly bar maid, good atmosphere and now I’ve been I will be going back
lezford - 24 Oct 2013 14:07
|fantastic ale pub. 10 beers on gravity and 8 on handpump. briiliant selection of beers from all over the country. was an old fashion corner local but now a specialist ale house. very busy at weekends. handy for main line and underground trains. must visit if you like your ale|
lawrencesmith - 14 Oct 2013 12:22
|Visited for the first time recently, really impressed with the huge range of beers (16?) and ciders 11.|
The Old Rosie was on top form. All in all a proper old boozer, will certainly be back.
kevmac - 31 Aug 2013 21:58
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