This pub was editorially chosen for inclusion by Londonist.
A warehouse on a Tottenham Hale industrial estate might not sound like the best place to spend a Saturday afternoon, but them's the breaks when you're chasing London's taprooms. This one belongs to Beavertown, creators of some of the capital's tastiest beers. It's a vast space with an equally large garden area out front, but it soon fills up (especially if it's cold or starts raining).
Choose from around eight or 10 beers on tap, including brewery staples like Gamma Ray and Neck Oil as well as special brews (on our most recent visit we necked a beautiful Imperial Stout, a collaboration with Caravan Coffee Roasters and Prairie Ales). Beers cost between £2 and £2.50 for thirds/halves, and don't forget to return your drinking vessels to get back your deposit. They sometimes have events on too, which adds to the convivial atmosphere.
(Not to be confused with Dukes Brew & Cue in De Beauvoir Town, Beavertown's original home.)
Last updated June 2015.