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The Bank is a Fuller's Brewery pub located in a converted Bank in Clapham London. The current interior is from a refurbishment by Simple Simon Design.

The Bank is a Fuller’s Brewery pub located in a converted Bank in Clapham London. The current interior is from a refurbishment by Simple Simon Design.

Mother Kelly’s is a bright and airy Tap Room and Bottle Shop located in a railway arch in Bethnal Green. The sister pub to the Queen’s Head in King’s Cross the single room venue serves an eclectic mix of beers from it’s almost two dozen taps and six double fridges.

Mother Kelly’s is a bright and airy Tap Room and Bottle Shop located in a railway arch in Bethnal Green. The sister pub to the Queen’s Head in King’s Cross the single room venue serves an eclectic mix of beers from it’s almost two dozen taps and six double fridges.

Mother Kelly's is a bright and airy Tap Room and Bottle Shop located in a railway arch in Bethnal Green. The sister pub to the Queen's Head in King's Cross the single room venue serves an eclectic mix of beers from it's almost two dozen taps and six double fridges.

Mother Kelly’s is a bright and airy Tap Room and Bottle Shop located in a railway arch in Bethnal Green. The sister pub to the Queen’s Head in King’s Cross the single room venue serves an eclectic mix of beers from it’s almost two dozen taps and six double fridges.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

This is the first BrewDog bar south of the Thames and opened in August, 2014. You can expect the usual good selection of beer along with meat and cheese and a variety of seating including a front porch.

Kongs of King Street is an independent bar that opened in October 2014. Located at the western end of King street it joins the ‘Beermuda Triangle’ of the Beer Emporium, The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer and the Small Bar.

Kongs of King Street is an independent bar that opened in October 2014. Located at the western end of King street it joins the ‘Beermuda Triangle’ of the Beer Emporium, The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer and the Small Bar.