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Address: 129 Queens Road, Peckham, London, SE15 2ND [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube station New Cross Gate (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Queens Road Peckham (0.1 miles), Nunhead (0.6 miles), Peckham Rye (0.6 miles)

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I'd been to the Beer Rebellion in Gipsy Hill before. But I believe this was the first of their three pubs. So I've been looking forward to coming here, despite the demise of Late Knights brewery. The bar has the look of a micropub. Although there is live music and it can get quite noisy. So it doesn't quite fit the definition. Ales were Siren Broken Dream Breakfast Stout, Gipsy Hill Anorak Plum Mild, East London Brewery Cowcatcher & Arbor Blue Sky Drinking. Ciders were Orchard Pig Reveller & Cock Eyed Devon Jasper. They also had craft beers from Fourpure, Wiper & True, Little Beer Corporation & Gipsy Hill. Possibly the best pub in Peckham. Note that there is another similar pub called Beer Shop London, about 15 minutes walk away that is worth a visit in combination with Beer Rebellion. I'll request for it to be added here.
blue_scrumpy - 23 Jan 2017 00:07
A Tuesday night football game so me and a couple of friends decide to start our evening in Beer Rebellion right close to Queens Road station.

I’m a massive fan of Late Knights beers and their bars with the London Beer Dispensary being my local, so having known about this place for some time I finally found an excuse to make my first visit.

I’m unsure what the use for this bar was before but it’s now a cracking drinking venue just like their other 2 in South East London. 16 draught options available that were made up of 12 keg ales, 2 ciders and 4 cask ales . I went for a couple of the cask options, Late Knights Palace Pint @ 4.4% and Brick Breweries Thomas Gardyner @ 3.8%.

The style of the bar is hipster shabby chic with lots of wooden seating, including a couple of bench seats to encourage communal chatter, music playing at a very decent level, trendy barman who was very knowledgeable regarding the ales and minimal food offerings.

Having visited just once I am now a massive fan and will be returning soon.
lezford - 16 Dec 2015 13:42

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