The Hack & Hop, Whitefriars

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LONDON | The Hack & Hop Whitefriars is a craft beer lover’s haven in the City of London. Hack & Hop’s sister pub The Old Red Cow has been one of our favourites for a few years so we had high expectations for its craft beer offshoot. Nestled in a small side street off of Fleet Street, the Hack & Hop offers a variety of craft beers from around London and the world. From Beavertown, to ELB, to Southwark, the Hack & Hop has an on tap offering from all over the Capital. The Hack & Hop has a solid selection cask ale, keg, and bottle beers. In addition, the Hack & Hop has its own Pilsner which was a refreshing session beer and a good one to start on.

We hired the private room upstairs for an event on a Friday evening. We counted ourselves lucky to have reserved space in this busy pub where people were spilling out onto the road. The upstairs bar had 6 beers on tap, including an unlabeled potent secret brew. The secret brew was in fact an 8.5% double IPA which really helped tap that Friday feeling. Our dedicated bartender George helped ensure our very thirsty friends had a fantastic evening.

Now that we’ve discovered the Hack & Hop, we will be returning very soon for after work drinks and to try some of their seasonal pub fare.

The Hack & Hop

35 Whitefriars Street
London EC4Y 8BH
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 7583 8117
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://thehackandhop.com/
Open

Mon – Fri: 11:30pm to 11:00pm
Sat: Private hire only
Sun: 12:00pm to 4:00pm

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