Address: 69 Coburg Street, Euston NW1 2HH
Telephone: 020 7681 4930
The Bree Louise is just round the corner from Euston Station and must be doing something right as it’s always extremely busy whenever I go there. So don’t ever expect a relaxing and cosy experience here.
Firmly committed to real ale, the Bree Louise has up to 18 beers on at any one time – most of them served by gravity from barrels set up behind the bar, but with some from handpumps.
CAMRA members have an extra incentive to drink here as production of a valid CAMRA membership card will get you 50 pence off the price of a pint.
The beer quality at the Bree Louise is consistently good, but watch out if you’re ordering beers from the gravity barrels that are normally served through a tight sparkler – you may not get the head and consistency you’re expecting. I once got caught out here with a pint of Brains Dark that had no head at all.
Food is available from midday to 9pm every day and your CAMRA membership also gets you a discount on the excellent pies they serve.
Definitely worth a trip if you are in the Euston area. The pub and the surrounding area are all threatened by the proposed development of HS2 – the high speed railway from London to Birmingham. See Save Drummond Street.
Last visited: September 2012
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