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The Brewery Tap, Brentford - pub details

Brewery Tap

Address: 47 Catherine Wheel Rd, Brentford, London, Middlesex, TW8 8BD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2343) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Brentford (0.4 miles), Syon Lane (0.8 miles), Kew Gardens (1 mile)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 68 users)
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Nicely situated by the river where most of the customers sit on the summer days.The road the pub is on has been painted blue for some reason and despite the regeneration going on around the area many old buildings still stand in this road
Has the usual local real ales.It doesn’t open Monday or Tuesday but as they’re charging £6.50 for a pint I suppose they can afford to open less frequently
wooser - 31 May 2023 19:59
Hidden away down a street leading to the river, a cosy locals' pub doing several Fullers and Gales beers. Worth making the detour for.
rainlight - 16 Apr 2016 17:24
Very hidden away (have only just discovered it 10 years despite living a few miles away), this unpretentious local is friendly and comfortable and one of several excellent Brentford pubs. Quirky art on the walls, pool table.
mozzzzzz - 9 Apr 2014 14:29
A west Londoner by birth, I regret that the traditional pubs of my youth have been replaced with posh dining rooms full of bankers and lawyers in their smart smart casual outfits, walls painted with identikit Farrow and Ball heritage colours and oh so fashionable these days 'real ales'. So it was with great pleasure that I discovered this boozer down a pitch black semi light industrial cul de sac in Brentford one rainy evening. As I approached I was drawn closer by a lady jazz singer's voice carried on the breeze. I knew I had come to the right place by the old fashioned latch on the ledge and brace door. Inside a claustrophobic atmosphere of men and women drinking bitter, beards, music and fun. Real people, all who look like they live on boats or drive steam engines but don't; who seem to know each other and have real smiles and conversation for a weary traveller. This is a proper pub with excellent service, well kept English beer, and the most idiosyncratic clientel ever. Most evenings one can be entertained with live traditional music, Friday is an open mic night presented excellently by Messrs Johnny Ball and John Coverdale. A second room at the rear more like your living room than a pub and a sports bar with pool, darts and quiz machine. Its worth mentioning that the landlord, Tom provides excellent friendly service, refills your empty glass as soon as you put it on the bar and talks to you like he cares about what you are saying. So if you are looking for a pub co with a different landlord each week and staff who look like they don't want to be there then this probably isn't the place for you, but if you want a real pub then you have my recommendation.
robbiesteer - 11 Sep 2013 00:57
I paid a return visit to this pub the other day,and the lump of shit was still in the pan!-very nasty!!
bees4evva - 14 Jul 2013 15:25

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