If you love a pint, you’ll appreciate our round-up London’s best draught boozers. We start out east with the Carpenter’s Arms off Brick Lane, with tap talent including Adnam’s bitter. Meander down to Clerkenwell next to call in on the Jerusalem Tavern, a clever pastiche of an 18th century ale house with a selection of brews. Hop over the river to Borough Market to sample an ale range that would put a Belgian bar to shame at The Rake. Stumble further south to The White Horse at Parsons Green to try your luck with 80 bottled beauties and a dozen more on draught before heading back East to 1546’s best kept secret Ye Olde Mitre Tavern, a friendly local off Hatton Garden.