Posts Tagged ‘Harvey’s’
Published: Nov 21st, 2010 |
A period of enforced alcohol-free visits to pubs has highlighted just how much alcohol consumption is taken for granted. This post outlines my experiences of attempting a social life without the wonderful choice of real ale that I usually enjoy.
Published: Mar 22nd, 2010 |
Many pubs in London sell Harvey’s Best. Do they all do it justice?
Published: Dec 9th, 2009 |
Third part of the write-up of our pub-crawl around Lewes, E Sussex.
Published: Dec 7th, 2009 |
Second part of the write-up of our pub-crawl around Lewes, E Sussex.
Published: Dec 3rd, 2009 |
First part of the write-up of our pub-crawl around Lewes, E Sussex.
Published: Nov 29th, 2009 |
What better place to have a leaving party than this great pub in Aldgate, London E1.
Published: Oct 12th, 2009 |
This pub near Cannon Street station is now reviewed here.
Published: Oct 5th, 2009 |
I recently revisited the Harp in Covent Garden, London after a break of a couple of months and unbelievably the pub has got even better. I’m told this is due to the fact that the landlady has bought the pub outright from Punch and now has complete control over how it’s run and what beers […]
Published: Sep 9th, 2009 |
The Royal Oak in Tabard Street, Borough is Harvey’s only London pub. That’s not to say that Harvey’s beers are not available elsewhere in London – most notable at the Dispensary and the Peacock in Aldgate, and the Harp in Covent Garden. But the Royal Oak is the place to go to see how it […]
Published: Sep 2nd, 2009 |
Situated in Minories, the Peacock is a spacious, open one-room pub in a superb old art-deco building. Even though it’s very close to where I work the Peacock had been completely off my radar until fairly recently, but a team social after work changed that. Three to four real ales are generally available with Harvey’s […]