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Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale


We apologise for the non-appearance of Beer Briefing last month due to printing difficulties. As a result this month we have double the news and we welcome five brand new free houses, one in EC2 Shoreditch, two "Old Monk" openings in the City, a Regent Inns pub in Morden and the latest Wetherspoon outlet in E4 Chingford. Fullers have opened two "Ale & Pie" houses in SW1 Vauxhall Bridge Road and Sutton. A converted sailing barge dispenses Adnams surrounded by bomb damage in E14 Docklands. Two more Bass "Goose & Granite" conversions (under the "Just So Pub Co" banner) are reported in NW6 Kilburn and SW6 Fulham. More East End pubs have closed and found alternative uses. More mock Irish conversions are reported, three from Bass and one each from Scottish & Newcastle and Greene King, only the latter retaining real ale.

The numbers in brackets after each entry refer to the page number in the following guides: E — East London & City Beer Guide, 3rd edition; K — "Real Ale Drinkers Guide to Kent Pubs", 8th edition; N — North London Beer Guide, 3rd edition; SE — South East London Pub Guide, 4th edition; 3SE — South East London Pub Guide, 3rd edition; SW — Real Beer in South West London; W — Real Beer in West London; X — Essex Beer Guide, 8th edition. U refers to earlier updates. # indicates a guest beer.



EC2, CANTELOUPE, 35-42 Charlotte Road. Flowers: IPA. Wadworth: 6X (£2.10 a pint). New Free House and restaurant in former commercial premises. Decorated in spartan style with bare floorboards, pew chairs and rustic tables. Separate eating area to rear adjacent to kitchen. Blackboard displays food choice. Open 11-12 Mon-Fri, 6-12pm Sat, closed Sun.

EC3, EASTERN MONK, 133 Hounsditch. Courage: Directors Bitter. Marston: Pedigree. Theakston: Best Bitter. 2 Varying guest beers (currently Adnams: Broadside and Taylor: Landlord). New Old Monk Pub Co "Wetherspoon lookalike" Free House. Vast 5,200 sq ft carpeted ground floor bar in former shop premises (remember the ads for the Hounsditch Warehouse?). Alcove seating against the walls adorned with old black & white photos of City streets. Semicircular raised dais at front contains non-smoking restaurant area specialising in Thai and English food (available 11.30-10). No piped music. Opens 11-11 Mon-Fri, closed weekends.

EC3, OLD MONK, 80 Leadenhall Street. Courage: Directors Bitter. Marston: Pedigree. Theakston: Best Bitter. 2 Varying guest beers (currently from Ash Vine and Bunces). Another new Old Monk Pub Co Free House in basement of office building on site of former pub, Bulls Head, reported as demolished in 1989. Carpeted throughout with alcove seating, low lighting, old photos of City landmarks and no piped music. Food available 11.30-10. Open 11-11 Mon-Fri.


E1, BRITISH PRINCE, 49 Bromley Street. Reopened as Free House, ex Taylor Walker. No real ale, H unused. (E62, U108)

E4, KINGS FORD, 250/252 Chingford Mount Road. Courage: Directors Bitter. Theakston: Best Bitter, XB. Younger: Scotch Bitter. 2 Guest beers. Latest Wetherspoon Free House in "open plan" style in former furniture store. The name is a reference to the fording place across the River Lea (known as The Kings Stream) at which point Chingford originated. Has 33% no smoking area, wheelchair access and disabled WC. Food, full menu available 11-10 Mon-Sat, 12-9.30 Sunday. Open all permitted hours.

E8, BREWERY TAP, 525 Kingsland Road. Reopened and renamed SAMMY J' S. Theakston: Best Bitter. Now a Free House "bar & bistro", ex Belhaven. (E111, U96)

E8, PAGET ARMS, 197 Middleton Road. Draught Bass. Now a Free House, ex Courage. Real ale not always available. (E114)

E14, TOLLESBURY BARGE, moored at north end of Millwall Inner Dock, off Marsh Wall. Adnams: Bitter (G). Converted hold of sailing barge, a veteran of the Dunkirk Evacuation, currently surrounded by the aftermath of the Docklands bombing and open while others have closed. Good value food. Open all permitted hours.

E14, TRADEWINDS, 1 Beaufort Court, Admirals Way, South Quay. No real ale. Free House bar & restaurant on first floor of office block under repair.

E17, MARKET TRADERS CAFE & BAR, 200 Hoe Street. No real ale. New cafe/bar in former shop premises.

CHADWELL HEATH, GREYHOUND, 900 High Road. Draught Bass. Hancock: HB. Now a Harvester restaurant & pub. (X26)

DAGENHAM, PIPERS, Amesbury Road. Ruddle: Best Bitter. (X40)

DAGENHAM, SHIP & ANCHOR, Wood Lane, Becontree Heath. Ship & Anchor Bitter (house beer brewed by Carlsberg-Tetley). Young: Bitter. (X40)


NW6, COCK, 125 Kilburn High Road. renamed OLD COCK TAVERN. Bass: Toby Cask. One of the most famous genuine Irish pubs in London. The real ale is difficult to find amongst the plethora of stout and Irish fizz dispensers. Despite recent acquisition by Greene King, still proclaims itself as a "Magic" pub. (N204, U117)

NW6, EARL DERBY, 155 Kilburn High Road. Renamed GOOSE & GRANITE. Draught Bass. Fuller: London Pride. Just So Bitter (likely to be Bass: Toby Cask). Refurbished in typical "Just So Pub Co" style which is Bass' answer to the Wetherspoon concept. Wood panelling and screens, solid tables and chairs, carpets and tiles around the bar, large no smoking area, newspapers available and no muzak! Has the feel of a real pub but the lack of any attempt at local identity and the application of the same meaningless name irrespective of location, together with an uninspiring beer choice means that Wetherspoon's still has the edge. Food. Disabled WC. Open all permitted hours. (N204)


SE5, DUKE OF CLARENCE, 181 Camberwell Road. Reopened and renamed CORRIB BAR. Courage: Best Bitter. Now a Free House, ex Charrington. (SE57, U116)


SW1(P), JUGGED HARE, 172 Vauxhall Bridge Road. Fuller: Chiswick Bitter, London Pride, ESB, seasonal beers. A new Fullers Ale & Pie House opened in November in former bank premises. Tiled floor around bar, chandeliers, jugged hare painting. Food. Upper balcony area provides additional seating. Food lunch & evening (except Sunday eve). Open all permitted hours.

SW6, HALFWAY HOUSE, 314 Lillie Road. Bass: Toby Cask. Reopened. (SW27, U111, U112)

SW6, PUMP HOUSE, 1 St Thomas's Way. Tetley: Bitter. Formerly CLEM ATLEE. (SW27, U94, U97, U100, U113)

SW11, BOLINGBROKE, 17 Cobham Close. Fuller: London Pride. Greene King: IPA. (SW39, U62, U114)

SW16, NORBURY, 1328 London Road. Reopened and renamed NORBURY HOTEL. Tetley: Bitter. (SW48, U44, U53, U74, U82, U94)

MITCHAM, STAR, 39 Church Road. Reopened and renamed HOP PICKERS. Courage: Directors Bitter. John Smith: Bitter. Ruddle: County. Webster: Green Label. Guest beer. Now a Chapmans Free House, ex Taylor Walker. (SW69, U36, U51, U108)

MORDEN, END OF THE LINE, 43 London Road. Courage: Best Bitter. Hancock: HB. 2 Guest beers (currently Brakspear: Bitter and Hall & Woodhouse: Tanglefoot). New Regent Inns Free House in former Gas showrooms. Spacious minimalist decor with a variety of seating and wall hangings. Cable TV. Smart casual dress - no trainers. Open all permitted hours.

SUTTON, COCK & BULL, 26-30 High Street. Fuller: Chiswick Bitter, London Pride, ESB, seasonal beer. Guest beer (currently King & Barnes: Sussex Bitter). A new Fullers Ale & Pie House opened in Oct 1996 in former bank premises. Fairly plush with a variety of seating areas, carpets and parquet floors, wood panelling etc. Food weekdays lunch and evening, all day Saturday and Sunday lunch. Opens 11-11 Mon-Sat, 12-4 & 8-10.30 Sunday.


W6, GREYHOUND, 175 Fulham Palace Road. Renamed ASTRO BAR. Courage: Best Bitter. Reinstated as a pub after almost 5 years as a restaurant. The part of the pub previously converted into a music venue named "London Globe" has now been renamed "Cosmic Club" and is run jointly with the Astro Bar. (W76, U69, U82)



EC3, RED LION, 31 Hounsditch. Renamed O'NEILLS. H removed. Converted to yet another Bass run pseudo Irish theme pub. (E42)

Wl(Mar), WALLACE HEAD. Renamed O'NEILLS. Bass owned, converted to Irish theme pub. H removed. (W36, U63, U93)


E1, BRITANNIA, 232 Cable Street. Taylor Walker, closed future uncertain. (E62)

E1, CROWN & SCEPTRE. Shepherd Neame, converted to chicken restaurant. (E64, U99)

E1, MOORINGS. Renamed MILLENNIUM. Bass owned, H removed. Now a cafe/bar. Formerly IVORIES. (E68, U101)

E2, SHIP & BLUE BALL. Phoenix, closed future uncertain. (E85, U108, U110, U112)

E2, THREE LOGGERHEADS. Ascot, closed future uncertain. Formerly TURTLES. (E85, U98, U99)

E3, QUEEN VICTORIA. Free House, H removed. (E92, U79)

E3, WHEELWRIGHTS. Taylor Walker, converted for residential use. Formerly CRYSTAL TAVERN. (E89, U108)

E3, WHITE HORSE. Phoenix, converted to clothes shop. (E93, U112)

E4, FOUNTAIN. Taylor Walker, closed, future uncertain. (E95, U73)

E8, DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. Shepherd Neame, converted to housing. (E112, U71, U88)

E8, GRANGE TAVERN. Inn Business (ex Wiltshire), closed, for sale. (E113, U70)

E9, NORTHUMBERLAND ARMS. Courage, demolished for new housing development. (E121)

E10, GREYHOUND. Free House, closed, all signage removed. (E125)

E14, SPINNAKER. Greene King, closed since Docklands bombing. (E148)

E14, WATERFRONT. Fuller, closed since Docklands bombing. (E149)

E16, ESSEX ARMS. Renamed PEACOCK. Probably now free, ex Phoenix. No real ale. Also includes Slapsticks Restaurant. (E159, U112)

E16, JUBILEE TAVERN. Taylor Walker, demolished. (E159, U117)

E16, ROSE OF DENMARK. Phoenix, closed and fire damaged. (E160, U89, U112)

CHADWELL HEATH, CHADWELL ARMS. Renamed BIG HAND MO'S. Scottish & Newcastle, H unused. (X26, U106)

DAGENHAM, CHERRY TREE. Courage. No real ale. (X40)

DAGENHAM, MATAPAN. Free House. No real ale. (X40, U83)

DAGENHAM, ROBIN HOOD. Whitbread, H unused (X40, U74, U86)

NEWBURY PARK, GREEN GATE. Bass, closed and converted to McDonalds restaurant. Yet another "road house" pub falls to a fast food outlet. (X78, U83)


N1, DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. Grand Met (Courage), closed. (N41)

N1, PRINCESS ALICE. Inn Business (ex United, ex Wiltshire), closed, boarded up. (N55)

N1, STURT ARMS. Phoenix, closed, still for sale. (N58)


NW1, BOSTON ARMS, 33 Taunton Place. Watney, closed since 1988, finally demolished. (N guide 2nd edition p115, U39, omitted from current N guide)

NW5, ADMIRAL NAPIER. Grand Met (Courage), closed, future uncertain. (N197) NW8, DUKE OF CLARENCE. Phoenix, closed, boarded up. (N214, U112)

NW8, MARLBOROUGH. Free House, closed, boarded up. (omitted from N guide, U104, U109)


SE1, SHIP, 228 Long Lane. Grand Met (Courage), closed and sold, future uncertain. (SE33)

SE5, STIRLING CASTLE. Renamed PACIFIC. Now Free, ex Grand Met (Watney), H removed. (SE62)

SE23, MALT SHOVEL. Free House, no real ale following change of management. (SE205, U114)

CROYDON, BLACKSMITHS ARMS. Renamed O'NEILLS. Bass owned, H unused. (3SE236)


SW1(W), ST STEPHENS TAVERN. Grand Met (Watney), now in use as contractor's office for Jubilee Line extension scheme. (SW17, U33)

SW3, POW (PRINCESS OF WALES). Grand Met (Courage), H removed. (SW22, U78, U113, U115)

SW10, CHURCHILLS BAR. Taylor Walker, converted to "Tiger Lil's" restaurant. Formerly MUSWELLS, previously SWIFTS. (SW38, U43, U64, U74, U98, U105)

SW13, EDINBURGH CASTLE. Renamed TREE HOUSE. H removed. Now a Free House, cafe bar/restaurant, ex Phoenix, originally Taylor Walker. (SW43, U55)

SW19, HARDYS WINE & TAPAS BAR. Free House, closed and converted to dental surgery. (U77)

SW19, NAGS HEAD. Free House, H unused. (SW56, U67)

KINGSTON, BARONS PUZZLE. Free House. No real ale. (U106)

KINGSTON, YELLOW HEAVEN SOUP KITCHEN. Free House/wine bar, no longer a bar. (U47)

SUTTON, ICEOBAR. Morland, H removed. (U111)

SUTTON, O'NEILLS. Bass, H unused. Formerly GREEN MAN. (SW76, U43, U107)

SUTTON, SCRUFFY MURPHYS. Allied Domecq, H unused. (U111)

SUTTON, SYDNEY ARMS. Whitbread, H removed. (SW76, U69, U98)

SUTTON, VICTORY. Marr Taverns, H removed. (SW76, U98)


W6, CAMBRIDGE ARMS. Conway Taverns, ex Grand Met (Watney), closed, future uncertain. (W74, U75)

W6, DUKE OF CORNWALL. Renamed FINNEGANS WAKE. H removed. Converted by S&N to pseudo Irish pub. (W74, U107)

W6, EAGLE ARMS. Belhaven, closed, boarded up, future uncertain. (W74, U45)



EC2, BRICKLAYERS ARMS. - Beers listed except Courage: Directors Bitter and Wadworth: 6X. +Courage: Best Bitter. +Marston: Pedigree. +Morland: Old Speckled Hen. +Nethergate: Old Growler. Beers may vary (E30)

EC2, MOORGATE. Renamed JOHN KEATS AT THE MOORGATE. - Charrington: IPA. +Highgate: Saddlers Bitter. (E33)

EC2, TRUSCOTT. Renamed PAPERMILL. -Beers listed except Flowers: Original Bitter. +Flowers: IPA. +Wadworth: 6X. Much reduced beer range. (U78)

EC2, UDDER PLACE. Renamed DAVYS (RUSSIA ROW). +Davys: Ordinary Bitter (Courage: Best Bitter). (E36)

EC3, EAST INDIA ARMS. -Beers listed except Draught Bass and Fuller: London Pride. +Young: Bitter. (E40, U98, U99)

EC4, CANNON. - Charrington: IPA. +Greene King: IPA. (E46)

EC4, WILLIAMSONS TAVERN. -Wadworth: 6X. +Hardy: Popes Traditional. (E56)

WC2, SPRINGBOK BAR. Is an Old Monk Pub Co Free House. (U117)

WC2, POW. -Charrington: IPA. Formerly PRINCESS OF WALES. Beware Fuller London Pride at £2.15 a pint! (W56, U73, U108)


E1, ARTFUL DODGER. -Beers listed except Fuller: London Pride. +Courage: Best Bitter. +Theakston: Best Bitter. (E60)

E1, BELL. Renamed MARKET TRADER. -Beers listed. +Courage: Best Bitter, Directors Bitter. +Fuller: ESB. +Tetley: Bitter. Now a Thorley Taverns Free House, ex Grand Met (Truman). (E60)

E1, CARLTON. Now a Free House, ex Charrington. Formerly CARLTON ARMS. (E62, U79)

E1, DICKENS INN. -Larkins: Bitter. +Wadworth: 6X. (E64)

E1, DUKE OF NORFOLK. Now a Free House, ex Taylor Walker. (E65, U110)

E1, GUV'NERS. Formerly PEASANTS REVOLT, reported in U108. GUV'NERS refers to the part of the pub converted to an off licence. The remaining part of the pub is named EAGLE. Originally GOLDEN EAGLE. (E71, U83, U108)

E1, PRINCESS OF PRUSSIA. -Beers listed. +Courage: Directors Bitter. +Theakston: Best Bitter, XB. (E71, U106)

E1, TOWN OF RAMSGATE. -Charrington: IPA. +Fuller: London Pride. (E74)

E1, WATER POET. -Beers listed except Adnams: Bitter and Boddington: Bitter. +2 Guest beers (currently Ridley: Bitter and Shepherd Neame: Bitter). Now only opens weekdays 11-11, closed weekends. (U106, U108)

E4, ROYAL OAK. -McMullen: Strongheart. +Draught Bass. +Courage: Directors Bitter. +McMullen: "Special Reserve" beers. (E97, U112)

E5, WINDSOR CASTLE. -Webster: Yorkshire Bitter. +Bass: Toby Cask. (E101)

E8, LADY DIANA. Reverted to PRINCE ARTHUR. -Beers listed except Fuller: London Pride. +Adnams: Bitter. +Wadworth: 6X. (E113, U98)

E8, NOLANS BAR. Reverted to ACTON ARMS although Nolans name retained on corner. Still fizz, H unused. (E114)

E9, BOURNES. Reverted to RISING SUN, previously RETREAT, still fizz, H unused. Now a Free House, ex Whitbread. (E122, U54, U96)

E14, DRUMMONDS. Now DRUMMONDS ON THE QUAY. +Draught Bass (alternates with Fuller London Pride). Semicircular bar area overlooking dock. Nautical theme. Function room for hire. (E144, U81)

E14, NORTH POLE. -Webster: Yorkshire Bitter. +Fuller: London Pride. +Theakston: Lightfoot Summer Ale (seasonal). (E146)

E17, BOOGGIES. Renamed HANNOVERS and now reverted to BENTLEYS, still fizz. (E165, U69)

COLLIER ROW, PICKLED NEWT. -Webster: Yorkshire Bitter. +Bass: Toby Cask. (X39, U98, U117)

COLLIER ROW, PINEWOODS. -Beers listed. +Greene King: Abbot Ale. +Pinewoods Bitter (house beer) (X39, U83)


N7, SWANN & LAMBE. Reverted to EAGLET. -Beers listed. +Webster: Green Label. (N90)

N13, WOODMAN. -Beers listed. +Draught Bass. +Wethered: Bitter. +Whitbread: Caste Eden Ale. Now a Free House, ex Whitbread. (N 116)


SE1, COPPER. -Guest beers. +Courage: Directors Bitter. +Market Taverns Bitter (4% ABV, origin unknown). +Theakston: Best Bitter. (SE12)

SE1, FROG & NIGHTGOWN. Music pub open 9pm-2am Mon and Fri, admission charge after lOpm (SE16)

SE1, GIN PALACE. Music pub opens 9pm-lam Tues/Wed, 9.30pm-2am Fri/Sat with admission charge (SE17)

SE1, MUDLARK. -Hancock: HB. (SE27, U105)


SW1(B), HORSE & GROOM, 7 Groom Place. -Beers listed. +Adnams: Bitter. +Ruddle: County. Confirmed now as Greene King owned, ex Magic Pub Co but leased rather than managed. (SW10, U98)

SW1(SJ), THREE CROWNS. -Younger: IPA. +Courage: Best Bitter, Directors Bitter. +Theakston: Best Bitter. No longer "Younger" badged. (SW12)

SW3, RAT & CARROT (BEEHIVE). -Brakspear: Bitter. -Gibbs Mew: Salisbury Bitter. +Varying guest beer (currently Mitchell: Lancaster Bomber). Confirmed now as Greene King owned, ex Magic Pub Co but leased rather than managed. Formerly BEEHIVE. (SW21, U64, U98, U115)

SW4, CROWN & ANCHOR. Address now 1 Belmont Close. (SW24, U60, U114)

SW4, FRIESIAN & FIRKIN -Weston: Cider. House beers now Udder (3.5%), Friesian (4.3%) and Dogbolter. Formerly BULLS HEAD. (SW24, U74, U79, U115)

SW4, TIM BOBBIN. -Beers listed. +Adnams: Extra, Broadside. +Nethergate: Umbel Ale. +Ruddle: Best Bitter. +Webster: Yorkshire Bitter. +Guest beer from independent brewery. (SW25, U74)

SW4, OLDE WINDMILL (YE). Renamed WINDMILL ON THE COMMON. -Young: Porter. +Young: seasonal beer. (SW24, U74) SW6, FULHAM TAP. Renamed GOOSE & GRANITE. -Fuller: London Pride. +Draught Bass. +Bass: Toby Cask (labelled Just So Bitter). +Varying guest beer (currently Fuller: London Pride). Now part of Bass "Just So" pub group and refurbished in typical style. (SW27, U31, U45, U66, U80, U97)

SW6 HENRY J BEANS. Renamed HAVANA, still fizz. Formerly RED LION, previously LEOS. (SW29, U39, U45)

SW8, BUILDERS ARMS. -Charrington: IPA. +Guest beer. (SW33, U108)

SW8, ROYAL ALBERT. Now part of Whitbread's "Beer Engine" chain (SW35, U56, U80, U113)

SW10, HOLLYWOOD ARMS. Now HOLLYWOOD. -Beers listed. +Courage: Directors Bitter. +John Smith: Bitter. +Theakston: Best Bitter, XB. (SW38, U107)

SW11, GARDENERS ARMS. Now GARDENERS ARMS TAVERN. -Webster: Yorkshire Bitter. +John Smith: Bitter. +Ruddle: Best Bitter. (SW40)

SW12, BEDFORD. +John Smith: Bitter. +Ruddle: County. Now run by Avondale Taverns, ex Grand Met (Watney). (SW42)

SW13, ROSE OF DENMARK. Now Phoenix, ex Grand Met (Watney). (SW43, U51, U101, U110)

SW16, WHITE LION. Now subtitled HOBGOBLIN. (SW49, U39, U58, U60, U115)

SW17, CORNER PIN. -Beers listed. +Bass: Toby Cask. Real ale not always available. (SW50, U58, U98, U117)

SW17, GALLERY. Renamed SPINDLES, still fizz. (U67, U112)

SW18, CRANE INN. Now simply CRANE. (SW51)

SW18, HORSE & GROOM. Renamed TIR NA NOG (translates from Gaelic as "Land of the Youth"). -Beers listed. +Ruddle: Best Bitter. (SW51, U38, U48, U58, U64, U108)

CARSHALTON, GREYHOUND. Now GREYHOUND HOTEL. -Young: Porter. +Young: Winter Wanner. (SW60,U72)

CARSHALTON, SUN HOTEL. Now SUN. -Friary Meux: Best Bitter. +Young: Special. (SW61, U58, U59)

HAM, HAND & FLOWER. +Marston: Pedigree. +Morland: Old Speckled Hen. Now Corporate Catering, ex Truman. (SW63, U111) KEW, KEW GARDENS HOTEL. -Beers listed. +Courage: Best Bitter, Directors Bitter. +Badger: Dorset Best. +Marston: Pedigree. Now a Free House, ex Truman (SW64)

KEW, KINGS ARMS. -Courage: Directors Bitter. Now incorporates a Greek restaurant. Now a Free House, ex Grand Met (Courage). (SW64) KINGSTON, BULL & BUSH. Now Ascot, ex Belhaven. Formerly GROVE TAVERN. (SW66, U32, U47)

KINGSTON, DRUIDS HEAD. -Wethered: Bitter. +Brakspear: Bitter. +Marston: Pedigree. +Whitbread: Abroad Cooper, Fuggles Imperial IPA. Now part of the Whitbread HogsheadAle House chain. A total of 6 beers on handpump and 8 direct from the cask are available, including the above regulars. Displays HOGSHEAD prominently as a subsidiary name on the side of the building. (SW65)

KINGSTON, OUTRIGGER. +Wadworth: 6X. Now a Free House, ex Grand Met (Watney). (SW66)

KINGSTON, QUEENS HEAD. Renamed EDDIE RYANS. -Beers listed. +Fuller: London Pride. +Young: Bitter. Now a Free House, ex Charrington. (SW66)

KINGSTON, SIX BELLS. -Beers listed. +Guest beer. Now a Free House, ex Grand Met (Watney). (SW66)

KINGSTON, TWO BREWERS. -Courage: Directors Bitter. +3 Guest beers. (SW66) KINGSTON, WHITE HORSE. -Beers listed. +Guest beer. (SW66)

MITCHAM, HUNGRY HORSE. -Courage: Directors Bitter. +Boddington: Bitter. +Bass: Toby Cask. Formerly SKINNERS ARMS. (SW68, U98, U108, U117)

MITCHAM, SWAN INN. Now simply SWAN. -Beers listed. +House beer from Carlsberg-Tetley. (SW69, U39)

MORDEN, BOOTLES WINE BAR. Renamed TONES and now renamed again KC'S WINE BAR. still fizz. (U63)

MORDEN, GEORGE INN. -Courage: Best Bitter, Directors Bitter. +Hancock: HB. +Worthington: Best Bitter. Now Bass owned Harvester pub & restaurant, ex Courage. (SW70, U43, U59)

MORDEN, MORDEN TAVERN. -Courage: Best Bitter. -Wychwood: Hobgoblin. +Guest beer. (SW70, U34, U107)

MORDEN, WETHERSPOONS. Address is 33 Aberconway Road. (U106)

RICHMOND, ALL BAR ONE. -Hancock: HB. -Highgate Dark. (U109)

RICHMOND, ANGEL & CROWN. Is a Free House, although still selling Fullers beers exclusively. (SW71)

RICHMOND, BLACK HORSE. -Webster: Yorkshire Bitter. +Courage: Best Bitter. Refurbished with 100 seat restaurant. (SW71)

RICHMOND, BLUE ANCHOR. -Beers listed. +Flowers: IPA. +Fuller: London Pride. +Whitbread: Best Bitter. Now a Free House, ex Grand Met (Watney). (SW71)

RICHMOND, RACING PAGE. -Beers listed except Boddington: Bitter. +Marston: Pedigree. Formerly COBWEBS. (SW71, U56, U57)

RICHMOND, WHITE HORSE. -Fuller: Chiswick Bitter. +Guest beer (Currently Adnams: Bitter). Refurbished in "Bohemian" cafe style by Fullers with emphasis on food. (SW73, U31, U51)

SURBITON, HARTS BOATYARD. -Beers listed. +Boddington: Bitter. +Flowers: Original Bitter. +Morland: Old Speckled Hen. +Wadworth: 6X. (U28)

SURBITON, LAMB. -Beers listed. +Courage: Best Bitter. +Guest beer. Now a Free House, ex Taylor Walker. (SW74)

SURBITON, OAK. Renamed SEAN O'GRADYS. Converted to pseudo Irish pub by Greene King. No change to beers. (SW74, U60, U111)

SUTTON, ALL BAR ONE. -Highgate: Dark (Mild). (U106, U108)

SUTTON, PLOUGH, 224 Sutton Court Road. -Charrington: IPA. +Draught Bass. +Hancock: HB. Should be listed under CHEAM (postal district SM3). (SW76)


W2, ROYAL EXCHANGE. -Charrington: IPA. +Boddington: Bitter. (W62, U51)

W6, DARTMOUTH CASTLE. -Beers listed. +Boddington: Bitter. +Flowers: Original Bitter. +Tetley: Bitter. (W74, U80, U86, U98)