Looking for London’s best beer gardens? Here’s where you’ll find a few to quench your thirst this summer on a working holiday in London.
When it comes to places where you can hang out after work or whenever you feel like downing a pint, London has plenty to offer. It also boasts of the some of the best beer gardens in the city.
Drinking beer in a Georgian setting with an English old-world charm is what The Albion offers. Located between Upper Street and the Caledonian Road, it features a walled garden that gives you a quiet spot to enjoy good food and lots of beer options.
Not a castle per se, but will surely feel like one after several rounds of beer. It’s the perfect spot for some al fresco quaffing. Choose from around a dozen lagers, ales on tap, a few ciders, and some really good food to go with your drink.
Beer Garden? Check. Excellent beer list? Check. Celebrity punters? Check. As one of the pubs that provided famous author George Orwell inspiration, it is definitely worth checking out. The choice of chilled draft, bottled beers, wines and spirits will make your visit intoxicating as well.
Earl of Essex
If you’re looking for variety almost every time you visit a beer garden, then you should hit the Earl of Essex. It regularly changes its line-up of craft beers on keg or cask and throws in quality ciders into the mix. And you get to enjoy them within a beautiful walled garden. Come on Sunday and enjoy the best-tasting roast you will ever find.
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