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Just some of the 45 beers available at the Craft Beer Co., Covent Garden, London.

Just some of the 45 beers available at the Craft Beer Co., Covent Garden, London.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards, brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman’s brewery mirror.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards, brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman’s brewery mirror.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman's brewery mirror.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards, brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman’s brewery mirror.

The Angel and Crown is located on St Martin’s Lane in Covent Garden, London. The pub is owned by the ETM Group which also owns pub such as The Gun, Botanist and Cadogan Arms.

 

The Harp in Covent Garden, London is a very popular real ale and cider pub. Always serving 8+ ales and a number of traditional ciders, the pub was voted CAMRA's National Pub of the Year in 2010 and was the first time a London pub had won the accolade. If you ever visit the pub, as well as trying the beer or cider, make sure you try one of their ever changing sausages.

The Lamb and Flag can trace its history back to the 17th century. Originally called the Coopers Arms and affectionately nicknamed the Bucket of Blood, the pub used to hold prizefights. The alleyway next to the pub is well known as the poet Dryden was beaten within an inch of his death there in 1679 after the Earl of Rochester wrongly assumed that he had published a pamphlet about the Earl. This is a popular pub in the Covent Garden area of London and outside on the right of the shot is a lamp which is still powered by gas. You can read a review on Travels with Beer.

The Harp is a traditional pub located in Covent Garden in the heart of London. It recently won the CAMRA National Pub of the Year award and rightly so. 8 cask ales are always available as well as traditional ciders and perries and cracking sausages that are cooked behind the bar.