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Campaign for Real Ale

WhatPub updates to 11 September 2022

The following represent updates to CAMRA's WhatPub database took place between 9 July and 11 September 2022


BEXLEYHEATH, FRANKIE & BENNY'S (Restaurant Group). Closed - lease on the market.


SE9, PORCUPINE. Demolished in June 2022 following a long battle by local residents to save the pub. A LIDL supermarket is due to be opened on the site.

BECKENHAM, COACH & HORSES (Stonegate/Town Bar & Sports). Stonegate have sold the freehold to Goldfinger Bars under the same directors as Town Bar & Sports aka All Our Bars.

BROMLEY, LOCK & BARREL. Offers real cider such as Brogdale, Kentish Pip, Snails Bank. CAMRA discount 20p/pint of cask ale (10p/half-pint).

CONEY HALL, CONEY (Heineken). After the Covid lockdown, became a Turkish restaurant called Smoque.

HAYES, REAL ALE WAY. No longer offers a CAMRA discount.

KESTON, USKUDAR KINGS ARMS, Leaves Green Rd, BR2 6DU. Real ale reinstated:- Regular beers Sharp's Doom Bar; Timothy Taylor Landlord and Young's London Original.

WEST WICKHAM, REAL ALE WAY. No longer offers a CAMRA discount.


SE19, SPARROWHAWK (Stonegate). Closed for refurbishment and conversion to a managed pub.

SE25, CRAFT BEER CABIN. Real cider available - e.g. Silly Moo - Trenchmore Farm.

SE25, TWO BOBBYS, 40 Portland Road, SE25 4PQ. Closed since 2005 - demolished by Aug 2021. Student flats and a commercial unit being built on site.

BEDDINGTON, DOG HOUSE (//), 14 The Broadway, Plough Lane. New micropub in Beddington, in premises previously occupied by a dog grooming salon. Light decor and large windows give the pub an airy feel. Pictures on the walls reflect a family boxing connection and the licensee's love of old comedy films. Four to six cask ales are dispensed by gravity and up to six ciders are available, such as from Lilley's and Sandford Orchards.

CROYDON, BANGKOK INN (Stonegate). Freehold sold to Propertys Channel Ltd

CROYDON, SIGNAL TAP ROOM . No longer sells real ale.

THORNTON HEATH, WHEATSHEAF (Stonegate). Demolition 2020.


E1, WHITE HART, 1-3 Mile End Road, E1 4TP. Closed for refurbishment by new operators McMullens.

E2, FUGITIVE MOTEL (Peabody Trust, 199 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 0EL. Closed - reason unknown.

E3, LITTLE DRIVER (Stonegate/individual/independent), 125 Bow Road, E3 2AN. Following the expiry of the lease was reopened as a Craft Union pub in May 2022. The “Hoare & Co” Celebrated Stout gilded mirror on the right hand wall was removed during the renovation.

E3, RUSTY BIKE, 588 Mile End Road, E3 4PH. No longer sells real ale.

E5, ELDERFIELD (Heineken), 57 Elderfield Road, E5 0LF. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

E6, DENMARK ARMS (Antic), 381 Barking Road, E6 1LA. Reopened.

E8, CROWN & CASTLE (Urban Pubs & Bars), 600 Kingsland Road, E8 4AH. Real Ale now available - a changing beer such as Siren Yu Lu.

E9, PLOUGH (Tiny Dancer Group), 23 Homerton High Street, E9 6JP. No longer sells real ale.

E11, PLOUGH & HARROW (Stonegate/individual/independent), 419 High Road, E11 4JU. Reopend.

E11, RED LION (Antic), 640 High Road, E11 3AA. No longer offers a CAMRA discount.

E13, RED HOUSE (Wellington), 299 Barking Road, E13 8EQ. Reopened following conversion of upper floors to flats from HMO.

E14, GREENWICH PENSIONER (Anchor Developments Ltd), 28 Bazeley Street, E14 0ES. Lease on the market - current tenant unwilling to meet owners financial demands.

E14, PAGINATION (Canary Wharf Investments Limited), 9 Cabot Square, E14 4EB. Became one of the LONDON COCKTAIL CLUB chain.

E14, M CANARY WHARF ,First Floor, 10 Newfoundland Place, E14 4JP. Cocktail Bar & Restaurant in modern development.

E14, BRODIE'S (BAR & KITCHEN) (CWC SPVD Ltd), 43 Fishermans Walk, E14 5HD. Reopended as MARKET HALLS CANARY WHARF. Market Hall offers street food and has 8 food vendors offering a variety of dishes and 2 bars with a range of keg beer. There is still an entrance on Fisherman's Walk and outside tables.

E14, RUM&SUGAR (West India Quay/Museum of London Docklands/CH & Co), 1 Warehouse, West India Quay, E14 4AL. Now an events space. The bar has been removed.

E16, HENLEY ARMS (Newham Council/Heineken/independent), 268 Albert Road, E16 2JB. No longer sells real ale.

E16, ROYAL STANDARD , 116 Albert Road, E16 2NQ. Closed - council to review it's licence.

EC1, BALFOUR AT ST BARTS (Featherbay Ltd/Featherbar Ltd/independent), 64-66 West Smithfield, EC1A 9DY.No longer sells real ale.

EC1, BREWDOG OLD STREET (Helical PLC/BrewDog/BrewDog), 211 Old Street, EC1V 9NR. One of the three BrewDog bars in London closed.

EC1, BREWHOUSE & KITCHEN (Derwent London/Brewhouse & Kitchen), Torrens Street, EC1V 1NQ. Closed for an extended period as the building is being redeveloped.

EC1, PEASANT (Wellington/individual/independent), 240 St John Street, EC1V 4PH. No longer Locale accredited.

EC1, PIVO (P S & S K Khandpur Ltd/Pivo Limited/independent), 2-4 Old Street, EC1V 9AA. Closed until further notice

EC1, SMITHFIELD MARKET ARMS (City of London Corporation/BrewDog/BrewDog), 55 Charterhouse Street, EC1M 6HA. Closed - being marketed by Hay Hill properties.

EC1, SUTTON ARMS (Blendnovel Ltd/individual/independent), 16 Great Sutton Street, EC1V 0DH. No longer LocAle accredited.

EC2, JAMIES ADAMS COURT ,6 Adams Court, Old Broad Street, EC2N 1DX. Bar/Restaurant with 2 keg beers and 4 bottles. Was Balls Brothers.

EC2, CARGO (Transport for London/Shoreditch Bar Group), 83 Rivington Street, EC2A 3AY. Renamed VIADUCT

EC2, WINGMANS SHOREDITCH , 152-154 Curtain Road, EC2A 3AT. Chicken Shop with bar attached. 2 Keg beers and a small range of bottles.

EC3, NUMBER 25,25 Birchin Lane, EC3V 9DJ. Wine bar and Restaurant with 4 keg beers.

EC3, WILLY'S WINE BAR ,107 Fenchurch Street, EC3M 5JF. Wine Bar with 2 keg beers.

EC4, BALFOUR AT BOW ,10 Bow Churchyard, EC4M 9DQ. Modern Restaurant, Bistro and Wine beer. Keg beer.

EC4, BOLTHOLE ,2a Suffolk Lane, EC4R 0AT. Underground Wine bar and Restaurant with 2 keg beers and bottles.

EC4, HARRILD & SONS (Urban Pubs & Bars), 26 Farringdon Street, EC4A 4AB. No longer sells real ale.


NW2, CLAYTON CROWN HOTEL. Purchased in July 2022 by AG Hotels Group, pub closed, due to licensing isseues. Renamed CROWN LONDON HOTEL.

CHIPPING BARNET, CHIPPING WORK SHOP ), 98 High St, EN5 5XQ. The first pop-up workshop/retail space in Barnet is the temporary home to Urban Alchemy Brewing Company, their beer brewed in Barnet. Blondie bakery, a clothes shop and office space by day, it becomes the Tap room for Urban Alchemy from Thursday to Sunday. No cask ale, but real ale in key kegs available along with cans and bottles from them as well as other breweries. Cider from Against the Grain, wines and soft drinks also available. Food from Valerie's (West Indian) is available from a courtyard at the rear of the building which used to be an estate agent. Other food outlets will sign up soon.

ENFIELD, RED LION (Heineken). Closed with guardians on site.


CHESSINGTON, WILLIAM BOURNE (Stonegate), 273, Moor Lane, KT9 2BQ. Does not accept CAMRA vouchers.

NEW MALDEN, GLASSHOUSE (Heineken/Laine Pub Company), 14 Coombe Road, KT3 4QF. No longerr Cask Marque accredited.

NEW MALDEN, ROYAL OAK (Mosaic Pub and Dining), 90 Coombe Road, KT3 4RD. LocAle accredited - beers from Hogs Back and Sambrook’s.

SURBITON, BLACK LION (Punch), 58, Brighton Road, KT6 5PL. Cask Marque re-accredited.


N1, BARING (Stonegate), 55 Baring Street, N1 3DS. The Baring has reopened as a quite posh gastropub/restaurant with seating area at the bar but most tables set up for dining (though when visited some punters were just having a session). No real ale at the moment but they will have 2 Harbour brewery beers in future.

N1, DRIVER, 2-4 Wharfdale Road, N1 9RY. Reopened as the CROSS, a recreation of the legendary King’s Cross nightclub (1993-2007). Real ale unlikely.

N5, DRAYTON PARK (Tavern Property Co/individual/independent), 66 Drayton Park, N5 1ND. Closed since first lockdown - future uncertain.

N7, FLYNN'S (Stonegate/Tower Leisure Ltd/True Pub Co), 504 Holloway Road, N7 6JA. Renamed HERCULES. and now selling Five Points XPA and Timothy Taylor Landlord.

N7, OWL & HITCHHIKER (Laine), 471 Holloway Road, N7 6LE. Real Ale reinstated - Timothy Taylor Landlord.

N7, GEORGE (Aramech Property Sourcing Ltd), 9 Eden Grove, N7 8EE. Reopened as the STAG after several years of closure. No real ale.

N8, CARBOY (//), 55 Park Road, N8 8SY. A new(ish?) "bottle" shop just along from the Maynard. It's actually a "can" shop as we didn't see a single bottle in there! There are 8 keg taps offering local (eg Hammerton, Goodness, Pressure Drop) beers. Three high tables and a large open area in the centre. Nice little place and seems to fill a "craft" hole in Crouch End although nearby Small Beer has a good cask list.

N8, KISS THE SKY (Supaspot Ltd/Kiss The Sky Ltd/independent), 18-20 Park Road, N8 8TD. Closed - license revoked and large fine issued.

N15, GREEN GATE (JKL Properties Ltd), 492 West Green Road, N15 3DA. This pub has now reopened. The interior has been ruined; all the old fittings have been stripped out.

N16, BREWDOG DALSTON (Dialgreen Estates Ltd/BrewDog), 33-35 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8BJ. Closed - future uncertain.

N16, LECONFIELD (Stonegate), 79 Green Lanes, N16 9BU. No longer sells real cider

N16, MARQUIS OF LANSDOWNE, 48 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XJ. Under the same management as the Prince N16. Yard Sale pizza provide the food.

N16, PRINCE (Wellington/Golden Age Pubs Ltd/Golden Age Public Houses), 59 Kynaston Road, N16 0EB.

N19, NORTH NINETEEN (Stonegate/Cask & Butcher Ltd), 194-196 Sussex Way, N19 4HZ. No longer LocAle accredited. Real ale intermittent.

N22, PRINCE (Radia Estates Ltd/The Prince N22 Ltd/independent), 1 Finsbury Road, N22 8PA. Now sells real cider such as Ascension and Turners.

NW1, CAMDEN EYE (Heineken/Laine), 2 Kentish Town Road, NW1 9NX. No longer Cask Marque accredited

NW3, ROSSLYN ARMS (First Restaurant Group), 48 Rosslyn Hill, NW3 1NH. Reopened as OAK & POPPY. No real ale.

NW6, COOPERS ARMS (Stonegate), 164 Kilburn High Road, NW6 4JD. Real ale no longer available.

NW6, CORRIB REST, 76-78 Salusbury Road, NW6 6PA. Planning granted Jan 2021 for conversion to educational use. Opened as ICMP Music school Sept 2021.

NW6, JUNIPER, 125 Kilburn High Road, NW6 6JH. No longer sells real ale - handpumps removed.

NW6, LILLIE LANGTRY (Camden Council/Admiral Taverns), 121 Abbey Road, NW6 4SL. Closed. Whole estate subject for demolition once planning approved.

NW6, NORTH LONDON TAVERN (Greene King/Metropolitan), 375 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7QB. Real cider no longer available.

NW10, ROYAL OAK (Stonegate/Urban Pubs & Bars), 95 High Street, NW10 4TS. Currently no real ale due to hot spell of weather. Cask beer may return when it's cooler

W1, JACK HORNER (Fuller's), 235-236 Tottenham Court Road, W1T 7QN. Now offers a 15% CAMRA discount.

W1, WHEATSHEAF (Stonegate), 25 Rathbone Place, W1T 1JB. No longer Cask Marque accredited.


SW14, CTZN BREWHOUSE (Helius Investments Ltd/Kew Brewery Ltd/independent), 477 Upper Richmond Road West, SW14 7PU. Closed.


HAMPTON HILL, THYME IN THE PARK AT THE RISING SUN, 29 High Street, TW12 1NB. License café that did not reopen after lock down. Converted to retail.

HAMPTON HILL, STAR (Stonegate), 8 High Street, TW12 1PD. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

RICHMOND, REVOLUTION (LB Richmond Upon Thames), 4 Whittaker Avenue, TW9 1EH. To become Scott's restaurant.

RICHMOND, WATERMANS (Punch Taverns/Water Angel Limited/independent), 10-12 Water Lane, TW9 1TJ. Reopened.

TEDDINGTON, ABERCORN ARMS (Punch), 76-78 Church Road, TW11 8EY. Real cider available.

TWICKENHAM, CTZN BREW (Dauber Homes Management Ltd/31 York Street Twickenham Ltd/Citizen Brew Limited/CTZN Brew), 29-31 York Street, TW1 3JZ. Closed.

TWICKENHAM, PRINCE ALBERT (Fuller's), 30 Hampton Road, TW2 5QB. Rhubarb real cider available.

TWICKENHAM, RISING SUN (Mosaic Pub & Dining), 277/279 Richmond Road, TW1 2NP. 10% discount on cask beer Monday and Tuesday only for CAMRA members.

W4, STATION HOUSE (Punch), 2 Grove Park Road, W4 3SG. Reopened.


SE1, BREWDOG WATERLOO (Network Rail/BrewDog), Unit G, 01 The Sidings, Waterloo Railway Station, SE1 7BH. BrewDog opened this venue on Thursday 18th August 2022 using part of the former Eurostar terminal located underneath platforms 20-24 in a commercial area known as The Sidings, itself "three floors of retail, dining and experiences". The operator claims is it the biggest pub in London and it is certainly enormous. This is a multi floor venue that is split into smaller zones. The main area of the venue follows the usual BrewDog industrial styling, with the walls stripped back to the building materials, filament style lights on strings or wires and with pipework and cable ducting visible. The look is completed by the steel staircase staircase, tables and furniture which keeps the industrial “function before form†look. The venue also has a Coffee Shop zone under the Grind brand, that looks more akin to a “normal” coffee shop with parquet flooring, and more fashionable looking chairs and tables and a green plant wall to demarcate the coffee area from the main bar. The bar floor also contains a hidden “SpeakEasy” cocktail bar and ping pong tables that function as co-working desks by day. The venue has novelty features such as a slide between the floors, photo booth, podcast studio, duckpin bowling lanes, ice cream van with “adult” beer flavoured treats, and quiet “Zoom room” pods for taking calls. There is what looks to be an on site brewery, and the bar has its own beer “Trainspotter” It is currently unknown how much brewing is actually taking place on site or if the equipment is really primarily for show. There are about sixty taps serving beer over two floors, however the upper and lower bars feature a similar line up of BrewDog's core beers of near identical beer choices, so there are usually about thirty different beers on sale, along with the usual ciders, soft drinks and spirits. The food choices are Brewdog's usual fare of burgers, wings, pizza and roasted chicken, and included are a good selection of vegetarian and vegan options. At the time of opening no real ale was sold here.

SE1, RAVEN (ex Bloomsbury Leisure), 218 Tower Bridge Road, SE1 2UP. Following a subsequent 18 months closure, the pub opened once again in June 2022 as part of the Pulse Venues group. The interior has a mix of dark wood panelling, exposed brickwork and contemporary furnishings. Up to 12 craft beers available on tap. No real ale.

SE3, GREEN GODDESS, 43A Vanbrugh Park, SE3 7AA. A former Barclays Bank branch, closed in January 2021, has been converted into a pub with integrated microbrewery by the Common Rioters brewery team and opened in July 2022. A basic wooden bar counter has been installed equipped with 2 handpumps and with 20 wall keg taps on a white tiled bar back, the latter dispensing beers, cider and wine. Seating is at low canteen style tables and chairs. Panoramic street views of the Royal Standard roundabout to watch the world go by is through large windows. A brewery is being installed and is visible at the far right hand end of the bar room. 2 handpumps for cask ale at competitive (for local) prices. Card payment ONLY, no cash accepted.

SE5, PIGEON (Anspach & Hobday), 41 Camberwell Church Street, SE5 8TR. Closed in August 2022 due to the venue no longer being economically viable.

SE6, FELLOWSHIP & STAR (Phoenix Community Housing), Randlesdown Road, SE6 3BT. Due to reopen on 21st September 2022 under new management.

SE8, LORD CLYDE, 9 Wooton Road, SE8 5TQ. After a long period of closure, the Lord Clyde as re-opened as a gay events bar for which an entry fee is charged.

SE10, PRINCE OF GREENWICH (Stonegate), 72 Royal Hill, SE10 8RT. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

SE11, OXYMORON AT THE ROYAL OAK, 78 Fitzalan Street, SE11 6QU. Having been on the market prior to lockdown the pub never reopened. Planning permission granted in Dec 2021 for change of use to a equalities & community hub.

SE16, CLIPPER, 562 Rotherhithe Street, SE16 5EX. Demolished 2020.

SE16, PITCHER & CRAFT (//), 262 Southwark Park Road, SE16 3RN. Craft beer and organic wine bottle shop, also offering up to 6 beers on tap. Food also available.

SE18, GLENMORE ARMS (Stonegate), 41 Edison Grove, SE18 2DW. Closed in Sept 2016. Planning permission granted on appeal in Oct 2020 for change of use to residential. Now enacted.

SE18, ORDNANCE (Anderson Management Services), 18 Beresford Square, SE18 6AY. Closed whilst conversion of upper floors to hotel. Pub to remain.

SE23, BLYTHE HILL TAVERN (Stonegate), 319 Stanstead Road, SE23 1JB. Became Grade II listed in 2022.


HAROLD WOOD, EAST SIDE BREWERY & TASTING ROOM . Unit 5b, Elms Industrial Estate, Church Road. Inside and outside tasting areas for the adjacent East Side brewery, which brews unpasteurised and unfiltered keg beers (IPAs, lagers and stout). Bottled and canned East Side brewery beers have also been available.

HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER, ROYAL OAK (Stonegate). Closed. For sale with residential development potential, subject to planning permission. Marketed in April 2022 by Drake & Company.

ROMFORD, BRADWELL'S.. In autumn 2021 became an ice cream, coffee & desserts restaurant / cafe with takeaway.


SW4, NO 32 THE OLD TOWN (Darwin & Wallace), 32 The Pavement, SW4 0JE. Alas, cask beer and handpumps gone by July 2022.

SW4, SIMMONS CLAPHAM (//), 165 Clapham High Street, SW4 7SS. Latest Simmons cocktail bar opened in former Bar & Bites Cocktail bar July 2022. Keg beers.

SW4, BOBBIN (Stonegate/Indapubs), 1-3 Lillieshall Road, SW4 0LN. Reverted to TIM BOBBIN.

SW8, QUEENS ARMS, 139 St Philip Street, SW8 3SS. Closed again by July 2022.

SW9, LANDOR (Stonegate/Mates Bars), 70 Landor Road, SW9 9PH. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

SW9, MARKET HOUSE, 443 Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8LN. An Indian restaurant since September 2021, the pub then reopened in March 2022. A restaurant, bar and music venue with no cask beer.

SW11, BEEHIVE (Fuller’s). 197 St Johns Hill, SW11 1TH. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

SW16, RABBIT HOLE, 151-153 Greyhound Lane, SW16 5NJ. Handpumps removed once again in summer 2022.

SW17, PHOENIX (AT THE CHERRY RED RECORDS STADIUM)., Plough Lane, London, SW17 0NT. By The Horns Brewery Tap moved from its original site around the corner in Summerstown to the new Cherry Red Records Stadium, home of AFC Wimbledon, in December 2021. It is recommended that you check the fixture lists for both AFC Wimbledon and London Broncos Rugby League Clubs before visiting, as the bar is not open to the public during matches, or call the pub on 020 3417 7338.

SW18, ROYAL STANDARD (Stonegate), 1 Ballantine Street, SW18 1AL. Reopened summer 2022 after several months' closure following an electrical fire. Outside seating has moved from the garden to a number of benches on the road in an area that has parking suspended.

SW19, CHARLES HOLDEN (Heineken UK/Zelgrain Ltd/Laine Pub Company), 198 High Street, SW19 2BH. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

SW19, CMYK (Merton Council/Ambassador Theatre Group), 105-109 The Broadway, SW19 1QG. On 11 August an application was submitted for conversion to a dental surgery.


SW1, BLUE POSTS (Greene King), 6 Bennet Street, SW1A 1RP. Cask Marque re-accredited.

SW1, TIMMY GREEN , 11 Sir Simon Millton Square, SW1E 5DJ. Part of the growing Australian-themed Daisy Green chain of casual hospitality venues, this one is surrounded by other catering outlets in the Nova development just north of the Victoria Palace Theatre. You can sit inside, or outside in the extensive pedestrian terrace area. Various keg beers are available. The food menu starts with Aussie brunch and then veers into mediterranean-Asian fusion. Open early until late.

SW1, PLANET HOLLYWOOD (Crown Estates), 57-60 Haymarket, SW1Y 4QX. Reopened as WONDERVILLE,a cafe-bar with Wonderville magic and illusions shows Tuesday to Sunday at 8pm plus weekend matinees at 3pm.

SW5, BOLTON (Devonshire Metro Ltd/M&B), 326 Earls Court Road, SW5 9BQ. Self-reported to be closed after 10 Sept 2022. It is understood that the M&B lease had run out and the freehold owners of the building did not wish to renew it.

SW6, JACK'S, 152 Wandsworth Bridge Road, SW6 2UH. Closed.

SW6, TOMMY TUCKER (Stonegate/Tommy Tucker Pubs), 22 Waterford Road, SW6 2DR. Self-reported closed.

W1, BROWNS BAR & BRASSERIE (ex M&B), 47 Maddox Street, W1S 2PG. Reopened in June as MADDOX TAVERN. Now an all-day bar and brasserie with a small bar area where some keg beers are served.

W1, NAVAL CLUB), 38 Hill Street, W1J 5NS. The Club did not survive the Covid pandemic and closed permanently in 2021. Likely to become residential.

W1, SCARLETT GREEN , 4 Noel Street, W1F 8GB. On the northern edge of Soho close to Oxford Street, this is part of the growing Australian-themed Daisy Green collection of casual hospitality venues. Various keg beers are available, and in addition to the inside seating on two floors there is space outside for one or two tables in the summer. The food menu is Aussie-themed including dishes with with a fusion of mediterranean ingredients and pan-Asian food.

W1, TANK & PADDLE (Crown Estate/Barworks), 17 Heddon Street, W1B 4BF. Reopened as STARMAN, a David Bowie-inspired venue close to where Bowie was photographed for the cover of his 1972 Ziggy Stardust album. It is described as a modern all-day pub serving British pub classics from an open kitchen, alongside an extensive drinks list. There is a range of keg beers including German and Swedish, and West Coast types. The basement also houses a late night cocktail bar.

W1, ZIGGY GREEN (//), 1 Heddon Street, W1B 4BD. Part of the growing Australian-themed Daisy Green collection of casual hospitality venues, this one is just off Regent Street. In common with the Starman pub very close by, it pays homage to David Bowie and his Ziggy Stardust album cover and the site hosts huge Bowie-inspired artworks by Grazie, Shuby and Collagism. In fine weather there are seats outside. Various keg beers are available plus a partly Australian-themed food menu.

W10, KPH (A Love Supreme Ltd/City Pub Company), 139 Ladbroke Grove, W10 6HJ. Self-reported closed. Freeholder changed to A Love Supreme Ltd on 6 Jan 2022; the nature of their business is fitness facilities.

W11, EARL OF LONSDALE (Samuel Smith), 277-281 Westbourne Grove, W11 2QA. Now sells Samuel Smith Old Brewery Bitter from a handpump.

W11, METROPOLITAN (Max Barney Pub Company). Closed. Lease on the market via AG&G since Feb 2022.

W12, PHOENIX , 1078 Ariel Way, W12 7GB. Closed - lease on the market.

W14, ELM (RedCat), 206 North End Road, W14 9NX. Closed - RedCat have applied for a new DPS to takeover September 2022..

W2, BEANY GREEN., Sheldon Square, Paddington Central, W2 6EZ. Part of the growing Australian-themed Daisy Green collection of casual dining venues. Various keg beers are available plus a largely Aussie-inspired food menu. Close to other Daisy Green venues and with good views over Paddington Basin and its growing development as a hospitality hub.

W2, ROYAL STANDARD (Compton Properties Investments Ltd/Sigma W2 Ltd), 8 Sale Place, W2 1PH. Closed - notice of lease forfeiture posted on door dated 4 July 2022.

W6, ANGLESEA ARMS (HPUT A Ltd/Stonegate/Orange Giraffe), 35 Wingate Road, W6 0UR. Asset of Community Value status expired.

W6, DUCHESS (Stonegate/True Pub Co), 320 Goldhawk Road, W6 0XF. Asset of Community Value status expired.

W6, HAMMERSMITH BREWERY TAPROOM , Lower Ground Floor, 106 Fulham Palace Road, W6 9PL. The brewery taproom is underneath Kenta restaurant, the entrance on the side of the restaurant. It's a basement venue with a capacity of about 20 plus there is space for one trestle table outside on the street. There are currently six beers available on keg as per the beer board. There is a handpump but currently the brewer is not doing cask. Closing is officially 9.30pm as per the licence but this is hoping to be extended in September to 11pm, possibly later. The brewery is partly the remains of the former Hoppy Collie brewery which was brewing when the current brewer was working in the upstairs restaurant. The brewer is taking things slowly but hopefully will grow at a rate he is happy with. The beers at time of survey were Pale, Amber and a range of Hoppy Pales with different hops but the brewer is very much into darker beers so expect stouts and porters to appear.

W6, THATCHED HOUSE (Punch), 115 Dalling Road, W6 0ET. Now Cask Marque accredited.

WC2, ADMIRALTY (Brook Street Investments Ltd/Fuller's), 66 Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DS. Temporarily closed after serious basement fire on 12th July 2022.

WC2, ROYAL GEORGE (Gabrielle Properties Ltd/M&B)), 133 Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0EA. No longer Cask Marque accredited.


W3, DUKE OF YORK (Wellington), 86 Steyne Road, W3 9NU. Reopened as a 'garden bar' with the alternative name Rozay Garden following several years of closure whilst upstairs was converted to residential. 4 standard keg beers available. No real ale.

W3, ROCKET (Stonegate), 11 Churchfield Road, W3 6BD. Currently no real ale - may return when the weather gets cooler.

W3, WINDMILL (Wellington), 50 High Street, W3 6LG. Currently no real ale.

W5, BOOM BATTLE BAR EALING (//), 9 Filmworks Walk, New Broadway, W5 5AH. Chain games concept arrived at Ealing's Filmworks development June 2022. Axe throwing, crazier golf, shuffle board, beer pong, ping pong, pool and electric darts played here. Standard keg beers.

W5, CASTANO LOUNGE (Loungers), 14 High Street, W5 5DB. Chain cafe bar opened in January 2022 in former bank premises.

W5, EALING PROJECT., 1 High Street, W5 5DB. New multi-functional community space opened in June 2022. Situated on the ground floor of the Ealing Broadway centre (previously home to the Karma club), the venue features a three-screen cinema, a cafe, a bar, community room, a stage for live music performance and space to exhibit art by local artists. Keg beer available.

COWLEY, RUNWAY (Heineken), High Street, UB8 2EW. Reopened as KARMA LOUNGE. Neck Oil on draught keg but no real ale.

GREENFORD, WISHING WELL (Craft Union(Stonegate)), 10 The Broadway, UB6 9PR. Renamed GREENFORD ARMS following refurbishment. Real ale available for the first time - Sharp's Doom Bar and Timothy Taylor Landlord.

HARROW, KINGSFIELD ARMS (Greene King). Closed for 'makeover'.

HEATHROW AIRPORT, DARWIN (Casual Dining) Terminal 3 Landside, TW6 1AD. Renamed OCEANIC, the original name for terminal 3, and taken over by Big Smoke in June 2022. Two real ales available.

HEATHROW AIRPORT, FLYING CHARIOT (Wetherspoon), Terminal 2 Landside, TW6 1EW. Renamed QUEEN'S ARMS by new occupier Fuller’s in July 2022. Pride, ESB, etc available.

HEATHROW AIRPORT, GEORGE (Casual Dining), Terminal 5 Landside Level 3 (Departures), TW6 2GA. Renamed GLOBE and taken over by Big Smoke in June 2022. Two real ales available.

RUISLIP, GRANERO LOUNGE (Loungers), 81-83 High Street, HA4 8JB. New café bar in Former Co-op and prior to that M&S Simply

RUISLIP MANOR, MANOR BAR, 68 Victoria Road, HA4 0AH. Closed - future uncertain.

SOUTH HARROW, SALT BAR (Tavern Property Co), 1 Roxeth Hill, HA2 0JY. Handpump removed.

SOUTHALL, TERRACE, 96-100 High Street, UB1 3DN. Became the Terrace in the Spring of 2022. Friendly and comfortable. Contemporary Indian food. Rooftop dining available. Rebellion IPA available on handpump.

UXBRIDGE, LOAD OF HAY (Wellington), 33 Villier Street, UB8 2PU. Reopened in September as the LOFT with the emphasis on encouraging the students from the nearby Brunel University. Fuller’s London Pride available on reopening.

WEMBLEY, CROCK OF GOLD (individual/Tropical Space Ltd/independent), 23 Bridge Road, HA9 9AB. Handpump found unused Sept 2022.

WEMBLEY, ESTADIO LOUNGE (Loungers), 10 Wembley Park Boulevard, HA9 0HP. Another in the Lounger chain of café bars opened in March 2022. Keg beers.

WEMBLEY, METROPOLIS. Closed in 2015 and use for offices. Demolished 2022 for next stage of Wembley development.

WEMBLEY, MOORE SPICE (1966), 2 The Junction, Engineers Way, HA9 0EG. Closed c.2018 and then used by the Wembley Developers. Demolished 2022 for next stage of Wembley development.

WEMBLEY, POWERLEAGUE WEMBLEY, Yellow Car Park, Engineers Way, HA9 0EG. Having relocated to Harrow High School demolished 2022 for next station of Wembley development.

WEMBLEY, SIXTY SIX (BAR & GRILL). (//), 3 South Way, HA9 8AD. New bar and grill opened in 2022 close to Wembley Stadium Station. Standard keg fayre.

WEMBLEY, TORCH (Greene King), 1 Bridge Road, HA9 9AB. Handpumps unusable September 2022.