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A (fermented) apple a day: where to find the best cider pubs in town

Posted at 4:30 pm, July 4, 2014 in Food & Drink
euston cider tap © [Photo: Ed Marshall]

Sun is out. Time for a cider we reckon…

NORTH

EUSTON CIDER TAP
Located in an old gatehouse in front of Euston station, this rustic-looking bar is the place to deliberate between eight fizzy keg ciders or five still ciders on tap. 188 Euston Rd, NW1 2EF.  Euston.

EAST

WENLOCK ARMS
Six ciders and two perries are usually on offer. You might find the likes of Burrow Hill, Thundering Molly and Tumbledown, plus ‘pear cider’ from Cornish Orchards. 26 Wenlock Rd, N1 7TA.  Old St.

green man
[Photo: Michael Franke]

CENTRAL

GREEN MAN
This Victorian pub changes the selection every couple of weeks, but there’s usually plenty from Weston’s, along with the likes of Thatchers, or Hogan’s from the Malvern Hills. 36 Riding House St, W1W 7EP.  Goodge St.

chimes

WEST

CHIMES
With a choice of five ciders on draught, four in flagons and another five in bottles, you might find new meaning in the term ‘pie-eyed’ at this pie and cider bistro. 26 Churton St, SW1V 2LP.  Pimlico.

crown & anchor
[Photo: Michael Franke]

SOUTH

CROWN & ANCHOR
This capacious drinking hall sources an array of ciders, suitable for purists or those who don’t mind added fruit flavours. 246 Brixton Rd, SW9 6AQ. Brixton.

Take a look here for more of London’s best cider pubs.

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