#097 Sutton Arms, London EC1V

Walk Past –

Went in here a year or so ago, and quite liked it. Two sports televisions were showing different Champions League matches, and the place was quite busy. Friendly landlord, and a very good pint of Timothy Tailor. Even remember Shepherd Neame’s Spitfire, and the only negative was I can remember thinking it was quite expensive.

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#093 The Old Ivy House, London EC1V

Walk Past

Although very much like a home from home, seeing a Shepherd Neame pub in London, I didn’t get tempted in. Although, it is fair to say that this would be classed as very likely had it been more local. The  decoration looked in great condition, and I suspect it had recently been refurbished.

I noticed the Shep’s favourites Masterbrew and Spitfire were on tap. #093 Old Ivy House - London 2014-03-20 12.30.50

#092 Barley Mow, London EC2A

Visited – March 2014

The Barley Mow unusually has two totally different pub signs on each side of the corner building.  Nevertheless, although very small, it has good quality wooden floor and seating and the real ale on sale was of a very high standard.

Had an interesting conversation with some local workers who were slightly the worse for wear, but nonetheless, would recommend a visit.

Beer 3 (Good)
Atmosphere 3 (Good)
Welcome/Service 4 (Very Good)

Best Beer tasted: George Gale – Spring Sprinter 4.0%

#092 Barley Mow - London 2014-03-19 16.57.06

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