The Bree Louise, Euston - pub details
Previously called: Jolly Gardeners
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|As usual the beer choice and quality were excellent. My only problem with the pub is the table layout, which is great for large groups but leaves very few spaces for a lone drinker to visit and sit down without intruding on a group.|
Aztecgoat - 15 May 2016 09:48
|Very good real ale pub just west of Euston station. Although it's normally busy this place isn't a touristy pub, probably because it's tucked away down a side street and not on the main road.|
The staff are mainly young and friendly.
There's a scruffy lived in feel which gives the place more of a local feel than many others around. The toilets could do with an overhaul though!
There are always plenty of real ales on Animal Newt, a couple of Milestone beers, DBC Alter Ego and Bree Louise Pale Ale were amongst those available on my recent visit. If you're a CAMRA member you get a discount.
One word of caution. I've found the beers from the casks behind the bar can be of variable quality. The handpump ales have been fine in my experience.
outtamehead - 25 Apr 2016 10:32
|If you love real ales and want a good selection this is a great pub. The lived in no frills look works for me too,good beer and company should be sufficient entertainment. The client's consist of worker's, passing trade from London Euston and real ale buffs all of which add to the hustle and bustle atmosphere of this busy pub. Recommended |
scarr - 16 Mar 2016 18:15
|A great pub with an ale and cider selection as eclectic as the customers. The staff are friendly and they have always been asked if I was a CAMRA member when being served. Lots of other London pubs that offer this discount usually leave it to you to ask for. |
Once in a blue moon I have had a bad pint but the staff are knowledgeable enough to know it has gotten to the end of the barrel and have given me a replacement free of charge.
The only down side is the tired state of the décor of the pub and toilets but there again its lived in look has a refreshing appeal.
londonkarl - 18 Feb 2016 15:28
|Saturday lunchtime was my first visit to the Bree Louise in a good while. With just over half an hour before my train, I calculated there was time for a swift half. My best plans were scuppered when the barman served me a pint instead. He gave it me for the price of a half. So I didn't have the nerve to ask for a CAMRA discount (25p per half). It was fairly busy with a mix of typical real ale buffs and a few football fans. Ales were Bree Louise Session Pale Ale, Brains Bitter, First Gold, Cambrian Pale, Rev Jame Gold, Rev James Rye & Rev James Original, Caledonian Double Dark, Tring Colley's Dog, Jennings Cockle Warmer, Plain Ales Best Bitter, Celt Experience Horse Cranium Chocolate Lime Milk Porter, Titanic Plum Porter, Banks's Sunbeam, Milestone 9 Gallons, Redemption Big Chief IPA, & Downton Elderquad. Ciders and perries were Millwhites Blackberry Blush, Apples & Pears, Bree Louise House Cider, Vintage, Somer Gold & Single Variety Grenadier, Westons Old Rosie & Rosie's Pig, Wilkins Farmhouse Sweet & Abrahalls Thundering Molly. Still a good pub for drinks selection. But I still think it lacks atmosphere. The no frills description is fairly apt.|
blue_scrumpy - 2 Feb 2016 20:47
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