The Bree Louise, Euston - pub details
Previously called: Jolly Gardeners
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|Not going to rate this pub again at the moment, but like outlamehead I'd thought it has been resting on it's laurels for a year or two with a declining range in terms of beers actually on at any given time and beer quality.|
However I was in last week, meeting a couple of people as handy for the Station. The quality of both the Hop Head and Brains Revd James Gold was tip top, as was the half of a craft IPA (forget it's name now) I tried, so hopefully it's getting back to being as good as it was again.
mike_s - 22 Jul 2015 17:12
|Bareboarded no-frills pub with a fine and ever-changing selection of cask ales, some of them served by gravity straight from the cask. CAMRA discount. |
Sigmund - 14 Jun 2015 18:04
|Sorry to say this pub isn't as good as it used to be although it's still better than many. |
There are always lots of real ales and ciders from a wide range of breweries to pick from . Many of the beers I hadn't seen anywhere outside a beer festival. There is a discount for CAMRA members too!
However I find the beers from the barrels behind the bar can be of variable quality. The ales from the pumps are fine.
The staff are young and friendly and the place has a lived-in feel to it. The clientèle tends to cover a wider age range!
There are a wide range of beer mats decorating the walls and ceiling. As with many London pubs the toilets are cramped and leave something to desired.
outtamehead - 4 Jun 2014 11:40
|This used to be an absolute favourite of mine. Plethora of real ale, an older and more interesting clientèle than the crowd usually found at gastro-craft beer refits, relatively low prices and nostalgic 1970s décor. I returned a few weeks ago and was shocked. £4.10 for an ale in an ale pub. An off ale at that, and the staff tried to persuade my friend to keep it by saying 'they're all like that'.|
People have been telling me that this place isn't what it once was and now I reluctantly say I have to believe them. Go to the Tap up the road, the prices are much better and the beer far better kept.
R3NW5 - 12 May 2014 14:56
|The 50p 'discount' seems to be added to the price of the beer, e.g. £4.70p for a pint of Guinness. The bar staff ask for your CAMRA number, but also, according to their website, this discount applies to NHS staff and members of the forces.|
MrBabble - 21 Apr 2014 12:05
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