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Address: Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London, SE3 0TJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 567) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Blackheath (0.1 miles), Kidbrooke (1 mile), Lewisham (1 mile)

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Went in today for the first time. The decor is a bit strange, like something from a 70's sci-fi movie.

The beer however was very tasty. I tried the Pale Ale, Venician Lager and the Black Lager. This was happy hour (4:00 - 7:00) so only 2.00 a pint.

The menu looked good if a little pricey. I'll certainly go again.
zapsincl - 5 Feb 2010 21:59
v good pizza. we did the 6 beer taster for 2.50. Amazing value. The pale ale was best. Black lager's not at all bad either. Of the specials, the german beer tasted of smoked sausages - not right - and the smoked orange beer was like cigarettes - not good either. would go back for the food rather than the beer.
ian_j_baker - 21 Nov 2009 10:03
No disabled facilities, yet space given over to a pizza restaurant on ground floor, which is hardly warranted given the amount of eating establishments in Blackheath. Requested assistance to climb the stairs to the toilets and was look at like I had three heads! Not acceptable, given that this is a new conversion and disabled facilities should have been provided by law.
elthamlass - 28 Mar 2008 10:34
Mike, either head will do. Please re-read what I said again. I never used the word 'bland'. I said 'thin'. Big difference. 'Thin' as in there is little aftertaste to the beers and they aren't overpowering. This is a trait of most American style micro-brews. I should know, I've sampled from over 100 of them. :-)Everyone has different tastes. Personally if it came to a choice between the beers of Zero Degrees and Greenwich Meantime, I prefer Meantime's product. On a hot day though I will take a 5 litre keg of their pale ale before considering any mass produced nitro-fizzed kiddie pee.
Zaphod - 6 May 2007 15:12
To Zaphod (I never know which head should I look at while I'm responding?) - unless things have changed drastically since I was last there (admittedly a good while ago) then the beers were anything but weak or bland - are you perhaps comparing them to the best of the "out there" US micro-brews, or by most beers available in UK, as compared to the latter, the beers at ZeroDegs were much better than most (i.e. mass-brewed ales & lagers) & up there with the best of craft-brewed UK beers. (I have heard that colder & fizzier is more the order of the day now, but neither are terrible things in the appropriate beer/weather) cheers MikeMcG (former ZeroDegs brewer)
mic_mac - 17 Apr 2007 11:06

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