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Capital Pubcheck Update 142

The aim of 'Capital Pubcheck' is to share information about the latest happenings on the London pub scene including new pub and bar openings, name changes, acquisitions, closures, notable changes to beer ranges etc. Cross references to CAMRA's various pub guides covering Greater London are also provided to enable easy updating.

Information is gathered from a variety of sources including London Drinker readers, individual CAMRA members and branch contacts, breweries, pub operators, landlords etc.

The lead up to the Christmas/New Year period generated the usual increase in pub and bar openings, but less than in previous years. Of the 21 brand new pubs and bars recorded over the two month period since the previous London Drinker updates, sadly only 10 dispense real ale, of which only 3 new Wetherspoon pubs in EC2 City, SE25 South Norwood and SW16 Streatham are of serious interest to the beer enthusiast. The others include a new Greene King 'city bar' in SE1 London Bridge, Young's latest café-bar in Orpington, three 'All Bar Ones' in EC3 City, SW7 South Kensington and W2 Bayswater and one 'It's a Scream' in SW17 Tooting all from Bass. The latest Marston 'Pitcher and Piano' conversion in EC3 City at least offers Pedigree unlike other recent such openings. With the above exceptions few other new bars or bar/restaurants aimed at the younger market are offering real ale, including those run by pub operators such as Greenalls and Whitbread. Even Bass appears to have withdrawn real ale from its O'Neills chain, as has Scottish & Newcastle from its Big Hand Mo's chain. A new edition of the Essex Beer Guide was published in November last. Any additions, deletions or significant changes to pubs within Greater London not already reported in the `updates' are included in the listings below. From next month the updates will cross-reference to the new guide.

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 - South West London Pub Guide, 2nd edition; W - Real Beer in West London; X - Essex Beer Guide, 8th edition.



EC1, EXTRA TIME, 1 Long Lane. Free House. No real ale. New sports bar under office block.

EC2, GREEN MAN, 1 Poultry. Courage: Directors Bitter; Fuller: London Pride; Theakston: Best Bitter; Guest beers; Weston: 1st Quality Cider. New Wetherspoon Free House opened December 1998 at a cost of £1.6 million and incorporated into a controversial new office and shopping complex developed by Lord Palumbo. The scheme entailed demolition of several listed buildings on the site and included two pubs of character, the Green Man and Old City of London Shades (in Bucklesbury, EC4). The external pub entrance is actually on the corner of Queen Victoria St and Sise Lane, EC4 and leads into a narrow carpeted ground floor bar with light wood bar fittings and panelling and tiled bar area. Stairs lead down to a large carpeted basement bar with no smoking/eating area behind the stairs, leading through to a large 'beer hall' with pastel walls, cream ceiling, green lighting and another raised seating/no smoking area to the side. Glass doors lead out from this bar directly into the internal shopping and restaurant courtyard at the centre of the complex, complete with chairs and tables for 'outside' drinking. An image of a face of the Green Man is displayed on a large canvas hanging over the stairs and is incorporated into tilework. Local history panels and a poem about the Green Man decorate the walls. Disabled lift gives access to disabled WC at lower level. Food. Open all permitted hours (which is very rare in this part of the City).

EC2, HENRYS, 4 London Wall Buildings, Blomfield St. No real ale. Greenalls owned bar/restaurant.

EC3, ALL BAR ONE, 16 Byward St. Draught Bass; Worthington: Best Bitter. Another outlet for the Bass chain opened September 1998 in former commercial and shop premises. The usual green and cream decor with large windows, polished pine floor, chunky pine furniture, benches, pews, church chairs, clock, etc. Large front bar leads through to back room, similarly furnished. There is no sign of the usual 'track' from the bar to the kitchen. Newspapers, the Beano and pub games available. Menu displayed on blackboards. Disabled WC. Open Mon-Fri 11.30-11; Sat 12-6; closed Sunday.

W1(F), DIG INN, 40 Charlotte St. No real ale. New Free House in former restaurant premises.

W1(Mar), HENRYS, 8-13 Bird St. No real ale. Greenalls owned bar/restaurant.

W1 (S), O'NEILL'S, 33-37 Wardour St. No real ale. Bass run Irish theme pub opened c.1996 in former Chinese supermarket premises, but not previously reported.

W1(S), RUPERT STREET, 50 Rupert St. No real ale. New Free House/bar in former shop premises.

WC2, HENRYS, 5/6 Henrietta St. No real ale. Greenalls owned bar/restaurant opened November 1998 in former bank premises.

WC2, LA PERLA, 28 Maiden Lane. Free House. No real ale. New Mexican bar featuring bottled Mexican beers (at a price) in former shop premises.


E17, ROSE & CROWN, 55 Hoe St. Now ROSE & CROWN (YE OLDE). Courage: Best Bitter, Directors Bitter. Reopened and revamped in mock `baronial hall' style. (E168, U106)

BARKING, RED LION, 66 North St. Ind Coope: House Beer. Not always available. (X13, U72, U84, U103)

COLLIER ROW, MID CITY LANES, Collier Row Road. Ruddle: Best Bitter. Free House/bar (Mid City Bar) in revamped bowling alley.

DAGENHAM, CROSS KEYS, Crown St. No real ale. Reopened and now a Free House. ex-Bass. (X40, U67, U92)

ELM PARK (HORNCHURCH), NEW ELM PARK, Broadway, Parade, Elm Park Ave. Young: Bitter. Real ale not always available. (X45)

HAROLD HILL, ALDERMAN, Chippenham Rd. Ruddle: Best Bitter. (X58)

HAROLD HILL, DUCKWOOD, 59 Whitchurch Rd. John Smith: Bitter. (X58, U106)

HAROLD HILL, SAXON KING, 198 Petersfield Ave. Courage: Best Bitter. (X58, U106)

HAROLD HILL, WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR, 1 Petersfield Ave. M&B: Brew XI. (X58) I

LFORD, JONO'S BAR, 37 Cranbrook Rd. No real ale. Free House in former shop premises opened June 1997. Real ale tried but sadly H now unused.

ROMFORD, BULL, 76 Market Place. Adnams: Bitter; Tetley: Bitter; Young: Bitter; Guest beer. Real ale not always available. (X86)

SEVEN KINGS, JOKER, 1 Cameron Rd. Draught Bass; Webster: Green Label. Beers likely to have changed under Greene King ownership. (X91, U84, U98, U117)

SOUTH HORNCHURCH, CHERRY TREE, 119 Rainham Rd. John Smith: Bitter; Theakston: Best Bitter. Formerly BARNABY'S CARVERY. (X94, U72, U106)

WOODFORD GREEN, RAILWAY TAVERN, 126 Snakes Lane East. Theakston: XB; Webster: Yorkshire Bitter. (X114)


N7, MONTAGUE ARMS, 40 Benwell Rd. Renamed BENWELL ARMS. Fuller: London Pride. Now a Free House, ex Allied (Taylor Walker). (N88)


SE1, HITCHCOCKS, 10-18 London Bridge St. Greene King: IPA, Trumph (4.3%), Abbot Ale. New Greene King 'city bar' opened October 1998 on ground floor of redevelopment site which includes a new hotel next door. Large spacious bar with polished floor, yellow painted walls and raised seating area at front. Emphasis on lunchtime 'city' workers and home going commuters heading for London Bridge station nearby. Managed by Peter Cliffe formerly of the 'Two Brewers' in Kingston . Disabled WC. Full menu 12-10 Mon-Fri, 12-9 Sat. Opens 10 (for food) - 11 Mon-Fri, 12-11 Sat, closed Sun.

SE5, PLOUGH, 66 Coldharbour Lane. Renamed JACK BEARDS AT THE PLOUGH. Courage: Best Bitter. Theakston: Best Bitter. (SE61)

SE25, WILLIAM STANLEY, 7/8 High St. Courage: Directors Bitter; Fuller: London Pride; Theakston: Best Bitter; Guest beer. New Wetherspoon Free House opened December 1998 in former Chinese restaurant premises. A wide, cream painted frontage with blue signage, double doors give entry into a large bar area divided into a variety of areas with cream coloured panelling, pastel green walls and ceiling. The main area is carpeted with bare floorboards to the right and alcove seating.. Two separate no smoking areas are provided at the rear to the left and right of the bar. The name commemorates, William Ford Robinson Stanley (1829-1909) a mathematical instrument maker who lived locally and registered 78 patents during his lifetime and reputedly invented the lemon squeezer. He gave his name to the nearby Stanley Halls and founded Stanley Technical College (now a technical high school). Local history panels and old photos record local dignitaries, buildings and events. Disabled WC. Food. Open all permitted hours.

ORPINGTON, RAM BA BA, 99 High St. Young: Bitter, Special. New Youngs café bar (the second in London) opened September 1998 in former bank premises. Decorated in typical café-bar style with cream and pastel shade decor, pine furniture, abstract paintings, etc. Features fibre optic lighting above the bar which can change colour to suit the mood. Food until 9.30pm. Disabled WC. Opens 11-11 Mon-Sat; 12-3, 7-10.30 Sun.


SW7, ALL BAR ONE, 152 Gloucester Rd. Draught Bass; Worthington: Best Bitter. Another addition to the Bass owned chain, opened July 1998 in former post office premises. Decorated in typical style (see EC3 above). Disabled WC. Open 12-11 Mon-Fri; 11.30-11 Sat; 12-10.30 Sun.

SW8, OLD RED HOUSE, 133 Battersea Park Rd. Reopened and renamed FLANAGANS OF BATTERSEA. Draught Bass; Green King: IPA. Now a Free House owned by Vince Flanagan, previously licensee of the Victoria, Wandsworth Road. (SW78, U127)

SW9, MUCKY DUCK, 201 Coldharbour Lane. Varying beers from Whitbread range, ie. Flowers Original Bitter, Greene King Abbot Ale, Morland Old Speckled Hen, Wadworth 6X. (SW82)

SW16, HOLLAND TRINGHAM, 107-109 Streatham High Rd. Courage: Directors Bitter; Hop Back: Summer Lightning; Shepherd Neame: Spitfire; Theakston: Best Bitter; Guest beers; Weston: 1st Quality Cider. New Wetherspoon Free House opened December 1998 in former DIY shop next door to Furze & Firkin. Wide coloured glass French window frontage and double doors leading into large carpeted drinking area with blue/green decor and cream painted ceiling. Alcove seating areas line right hand wall with exposed brickwork to the left. A double set of stairs lead down to the lower area dominated by a light pine semi-circular bar with no smoking area beyond. Windows at the rear look out on to a large patio at the rear and offers the possibility of outside drinking in summer but has yet to be licenced. The pub is named after Joseph Holland Tringham 1861-1908, an engineer turned architect and painter who lived locally.and was commissioned by royalty and also painted local scenes - six blowup postcards of which are displayed on the walls alongside local history panels. Disabled WC (on ground floor). Food. Open all permitted hours.

SW17, TRAMSHED, 48A Mitcham Rd. Fuller: London Pride. Beers kept under cask breather. New Bass pub opened November 1998 as part of 'It's a Scream' chain, in former warehouse premises originally a tramshed. Decorated in 'post-industrial' style with exposed brickwork, girders and piping plus a plethora or games machines and TV screens. Aimed at young market and busy in evenings. Disabled WC. Food. Opens 12-11 Mon-Sat; 12-10.30 Sun.


W2, ALL BAR ONE, 74 Westbourne Grove. Draught Bass; Worthington: Best Bitter. Yet another outlet for the Bass owned chain opened in former bank premises in October 1998. Decorated in typical style (see EC3 and SW7 above). Opens 12-10.30 every day. Licence application to enable llpm closing Mon-Sat still pending.

W2, TGI FRIDAYS, 96/98 Bishops Bridge Rd. No real ale. Large new Whitbread owned bar and restaurant in former cinema premises.

W14, HENRYS, 346 Kensington High St. No real ale. Greenalls owned bar/restaurant in former shop premises.



EC1, LANGTON ARMS. Bass. Now converted to flats. (E19, U72, U92, U132)

EC4, O'NEILLS. Bass. H unused. Formerly SUGAR LOAF. (E54, U116)

EC4, LA REINA. Allied. Closed and demolished to make way for luxury housing and offices. Formerly QUEENS HEAD and the loss of pub of character and former real ale stalwart. (E52, U80)

W1 (May), O'NEILLS. Bass. No real ale. Formerly THE CHESTERFIELD and before that CHESTERFIELDS. (W38, U92, U114)


E3, THREE TUNS (YE OLDE). Whitbread. Now converted to flats. (E93, U108)

BARKING, LEGENDS. Free House/night club. No real ale. Formerly CONNOLLYS WINE BAR. (X12, U117, U118)

BARKING, SHIP & SHOVEL. S&N. No real ale. (X13, U88, U106)

BARKING, STAG. Allied. H unused. (X13, U118)

BARKING, WESTBURY ARMS. Inntrepreneur (ex Watney). No real ale. (X14, U71, U90, U110)


BARKINGSIDE, OLD MAYPOLE. Allied. H unused. (X14, U83)

COLLIER ROW, CHARCOAL BURNER. Greene King, closed and demolished. (X39, U98, U117)

DAGENHAM, CHURCH ELM. Allied, H unused. (X40, U67)

DAGENHAM, FARMHOUSE TAVERN. Free House. No real ale. (X40, U69, U70)

GANTS HILL, HOBNOBS. Free House. No real ale. Formerly AJ'S. (X48, U83, U92)


GIDEA PARK, PLOUGH. Now a Free House, ex S&N. No real ale. (X49, U73, U82, U105, U106)

GOODMAYES, WHITE HART. Bass. No real ale. (X49, U82)

HAINAULT, ALFREDS HEAD. Bass. No real ale. (X54)

HAROLD HILL, BOW & ARROW. Whitbread. Closed and converted to McDonalds restaurant in late 1997. (X58)

HORNCHURCH, SPENCERS ARMS. Allied (ex Taylor Walker). No real ale. (X63, U72)

ILFORD, BLACK HORSE. Whitbread. No real ale. (X63, U72)

ILFORD, HARLEQUINS. Free House, now a club only. Formerly STOP OUT. (X66, U 125)

RAINHAM, BERWICK MANOR. Free House, now a night club only. (X84, U103)

RAINHAM, CAULIFLOWER. Became a Free House, ex Bass, but now closed and converted to Indian restaurant. (X84)

RAINHAM, SAXON HORN. Bass. No real ale. (X84)

ROMFORD, BIC HAND MO'S. S&N. No real ale. Formerly RUSH GREEN. (X87, U 103, U 106)

WOODFORD BRIDGE, WHITE HART. Allied. No real ale. (X114)


N1, BLUE CAT. Free House, converted to Merkato Ethiopian restaurant (N58, U112, U120, U123)

N1, DUKE OF WELLINGTON, 74 Richmond Ave. ex Grand Met (Courage), closed converted to residential use. (N41)

N1, RED EYE. Ex Grand Met (Watney). Now a music venue with hotel above. Formerly LORD NELSON. (N50, U112)


NW8, DUKE OF YORK, 2 St Annes Terrace. Ex Grand Met (Watney). Refurbished in café bar style, H removed. (N214)

NW8, HEROES OF ALMA. Ex Grand Met (Watney), now being converted to residential use. (N214, U136)

NW8, LORD FRAMPTON. Renamed STARS BAR. Free House, H removed. Formerly SULLIVANS. Originally LORD CHANCELLOR. (N215, U109)

NW8, MARLBOROUGH, 39 Abbey Road. Free House, now converted to pizza restaurant. Omitted in error from N Guide. (U104, U109, U110)


SE3, O'NEILLS. Bass H removed. Formerly THREE TUNS. (3E49, U109)


SW2, DUKE OF WELLINGTON. Allied. H unused. (SW52)

SW2, EFFRA HALL TAVERN. Phoenix. H unused. (SW52)

SW6, ATLAS. Inntrepreneur. H unused. (SW65)

SW9, DUKE OF EDINBURGH. Free House. No real ale. (SW82)

SW9, GRESHAM. Bass. Closed, future uncertain. (SW82)

SW9, OLD QUEEN'S HEAD. Allied. Converted to comedy club named 'Comedy House'. (SW82)

SW9, WHITE HART. Phoenix, now converted to flats but retaining pub name and insignia in stonework. (SW84, U131)

SW19, ROYAL SIX BELLS. Allied. H unused. (SW119)

BEDDINGTON & WALLINGTON, GINOS. Free House, demolished. (SW126)

MORDEN, BIG HAND MO'S. S&N. H removed. (SW150)


W14, HOLLAND ARMS. Phoenix, closed, future uncertain. (W94, U106, U112)



EC1, KINGS HEAD. -Beers listed except Boddington Bitter. +Flowers: IPA; +Fuller: London Pride; +Guest beer (recently Caledonian: 80/-). Now badged by Whitbread as part of 'Hawkins & Co' chain. (E19, U74, U75)

EC3, MCDAIDS, 9 The Arches, Crutched Friars. Renamed 'PITCHER & PIANO'. -Beers listed; +Marston: Pedigree. Free House acquired by Marstons in September 1998 and converted into a typical Pitcher & Piano with pine floors and furniture, cream decor, etc. The former basement `Clements' bar has also been absorbed and similarly treated. Formerly BULLA, originally SAVAGE GRILL. Note correct address. (E39, U131)

W1, (May), CLARENCE. Renamed FIRST & LAST. -Beers listed except Draught Bass. +Fuller: London Pride. A smart trendy café bar overlaying the traditional bar counter etc. Can be noisy. Closed weekends. (W38)

W1 (S), GREEN MAN, 57/58 Berwick St. -Beers listed except Draught Bass and Fuller: London Pride. Refurbished and extended into next door premises to make spacious comfortable 2 room bar with lots of woodwork, long tables, benches etc. and modern light fixtures. Loud music. Note extended address. (W42, U90, U92)

W1(S), ST JAMES TAVERN. Now advertises licenced until lam. (W44, U48, U89, U106)

W1(S), SOHO BRASSERIE. Renamed BAR SOHO, still fizz beer only. (W44)

WC2, BAR COAST has now been renamed BAR AQUDA. (W55, U74, U129)

WC2, BAR ZOLAS. Renamed LATEST RUMOURS by new owners Ambishus. Still fizz beer only. Formerly RUMOURS. (U54, U130, U137)

WC2, GRIFFIN TAVERN. -Beers listed. +Brakspear: Bitter; +Gales: HSB; +Greene King: IPA; Young: Bitter. Free House now acquired by Regent Inns. (W54, U59)


E15, CHEVY CHASE. Now run by Inn Business, ex Sycamore Taverns. (E153, U99)

E16, ORDNANCE ARMS. Renamed ORANGE KIPPER, probably in its Magic Pub Co days. Now reverted to original name again. (E160, U98, U117)

E18, RAILWAY BELL. Now badged by S&N as part of ‘Tanners Pub Co’ chain. (E171)

BARKING, JAMES FIGG. Reverted to BREWERY TAP, still fizz. (X12, U73, U87, U103)

DAGENHAM, ANGLERS RETREAT. Now a Free House ex Bass, still fizz. (X40, U72).

DAGENHAM, BLITZ. Renamed ME AN’ O’BRIEN’S, still fizz. (X40)

DAGENHAM, BULL TAVERN. Now simply BULL. (X40, U69, U106)

GIDEA PARK, SQUIRRELS HEAD. Now simply SQUIRRELS, formerly CARDINALS. (X49, U87, U92, U106)

GIDEA PARK, SHIP. Believed to be still badged SHIP INN. (X49, U106)

HAINAULT, BADGER. Now Phoenix Inns, ex Grand Met (Trumans). (X54)


HORNCHURCH, QUEENS THEATRE. Pit bar now also badged as GREENE ROOM BAR. (X63)

NOAK HILL, BEAR INN. Now simply BEAR. (X78)

ROMFORD, GOLDEN LION. Believed to be still badged as GOLDEN LION TAVERN. (X86, U106)

ROMFORD, PRINCE ALBERT. Now Free ex Inntrepreneur. (X87, U83)

UPMINSTER, BRIDGE HOUSE (HUNGRY HORSE). Now renamed BRIDGE HOUSE (PICKLED NEWT). -Beers listed. +Greene King: Marsha Green’s Brewery Ale, IPA, Abbot Ale. (X106, U67, U72, U98, U108, U117, U125)


WOODFORD GREEN, CASTLE. -Beers listed. +Bass: Toby Cask, Draught Bass. Now Bass, ex S&N. (X114, U106)

WOODFORD GREEN, DOUBLE L. Reverted to original name WOODMAN. - Young: Special; +Greene King: IPA, +Guest beer. Formerly VIPER and MR WOODS. (X114, U103)


N1, SALMON & COMPASSES. Opens 5pm midweek. (N57)

N7, QUEENS ARMS. Renamed LIAR MAGUIRE. Now a Free House, ex Bass. (N90)


NW8, CROCKERS. Correct name is CROCKERS FOLLY. (N213)

HARROW, HALF MOON. Acquired by Ambishus Pub Co. Originally a Courage pub. (W113)


SE3, PRINCESS OF WALES, 1a Montpelier Row. -Beers listed except Draught Bass and Fuller: London Pride. Recently refurbished but no drastic changes. Note correct address. (SE46)

KENLEY, KENLEY HOTEL. -Beers listed except Tetley: Bitter. +Marston: Pedigree, +Guest beers. Now an Allied 'Festival Ale House'. (3SE258, U50)


SW1(W), ELEPHANT & CASTLE. Renamed SPEAKER (THE). +Wadworth: 6X; +Young: Bitter. Refurbished in simple traditional style as befits corner local. Name relates to the Speaker of the House of Commons. Food from counter all day. Hours now 11-11 Mon-Fri; 11-8 Sat; closed Sunday. (SW48, U137)

SW4, FALCON. - Draught Bass. (SW60)

SW4, SPRINGFIELD TAVERN. -Ruddles: Best Bitter; +Courage: Best Bitter. (SW60)

SW8, ROYAL ALBERT. -Flowers: IPA; - Wadworth: 6X; +Castle Eden: Bitter; +Flowers: Original Bitter; +Guest beers (£2.25 per pint). (SW80)

SW9, HERO OF SWITZERLAND. +Worthington: Best Bitter. (SW82)

SW16, SOCCERS BAR. Renamed P 0 (YE OLDE), still fizz. (U131)

SW17, CORNER PIN. -Fuller: London Pride; +Young: Bitter. (SW108, U135)

SW17, GORRINGE PARK HOTEL. +Young: Winter Warmer. (SW109)

SW17, KINGS HEAD. -Courage: Best Bitter. (SW109)

SW17, LEATHER BOTTLE. +Young: Winter Warmer. (SW109)

SW17, PLOUGH. -Beers listed. +Greene King: IPA; +Young: Special, (SW110)

SW17, PRINCE OF WALES. +Young: Winter Warmer. (SW110)

SW17, RAILWAY BELL. -Beers listed. +Ushers: Best Bitter. (SW110)

SW17, SURREY TAVERN. -Flower:s Original Bitter. (SW110)

SW17, WHEATSHEAF. -Ruddles Best Bitter +Ushers: Best Bitter. (SW110)

SW17, WHITE LION. -Beers listed except Courage: Best Bitter. (SW110)

SW18, BUILDERS ARMS. -Courage: Best Bitter; +Ushers: Best Bitter. (SW111)

SW18, MERTON INN. +Guest beers. (SW113)

SW18, SAILOR PRINCE. -John Smith: Bitter. Beware pump clip still shown but only nitrokeg version available. (SW114, U138)

SW19, PRINCE OF WALES, 336 Western Rd, Colliers Wood. -Webster: Yorkshire Bitter; +Morland: Old Speckled Hen. (SW119)

SW19, RED LION. -Draught Bass. (SW119)

SW19, ROYAL STANDARD. -Greene King: Abbot Ale. (SW119)

SW19, VICTORY. -Beers listed. +Marston: Pedigree. (SW120)

SW19, WILLIAM MORRIS. -Adnams: Bitter; - Batemans: XXXB; -Wadworth: 6X; +Young: Bitter. (SW121)

MORDEN, BEVERLEY. -Beers listed. +Courage: Best Bitter; Directors Bitter. (SW150)


W2, ROYAL STANDARD. Renamed ROB ROY. -Beers listed except Tetley: Bitter. +Maclay: Wallace IPA. Now a Free House, ex Allied (ex Taylor Walker) with a Scottish theme. (W63, U51)

W4, WINDMILL. Renamed JACK STAMPS BEER HOUSE. -Beers listed. +Fuller: London Pride; +Greene King: IPA. (W69, U92, U 101, U102, U108)

W5, FLYING PIANO. Renamed WEST 5. Formerly GUNNERSBURY TAVERN. (W72, U94, U121)

W12, MOON ON THE GREEN. Renamed HARVEYS by new owners, Ambishus. -Bass: Toby Cask. +Fuller: London Pride. Guest beers include Adnams: Bitter and Courage: Best Bitter. (U58, U71, U138)