Euston Tap, Euston

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LONDON | Euston Tap might not look like much from the outside, but don’t let its un-publike facade and small size fool you – this place has a lot to offer to any craft beer aficionado. The venue is housed in a 19th-century Portland stone lodge that was once part of the original Euston station’s entrance. If it weren’t for the people standing outside drinking pints you wouldn’t even realise that this was a pub. Walk inside, and you’ll find almost 30 taps offering a very nice selection of beers ranging from real ales to IPAs, porters to sours, stouts to saisons and… you get our drfit.

The space is very small, and there’s not much room to stand inside – weather permitting it’s outside where you’ll want to be enjoying your drink. Beers are dispensed from a series of taps attached to a large brass plate at the back of the bar, which is further evidence that Euston Tap is a very modern place despite it’s heritage setting. Beers are both local and international, but always quality and you’ll be hard pressed not to find something you fancy here.

If beer’s not your thing, check out the Cider Tap across the pathway – it’s the same story as Euston Tap, but for cider. Arriving early for a departing train at Euston has never been so much fun.

Euston Tap

190 Euston Road
London NW1 2EF
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 3137 8837
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.eustontap.com/

Open
Mon – Sun: 12:00pm to late

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