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The Three Johns opened in 2014 and is owned by Barworks which also owns the Exmouth Arms, The Black Heart and the Well and Bucket. There has been a pub here since at least the 1850s.

The Three Johns opened in 2014 and is owned by Barworks which also owns the Exmouth Arms, The Black Heart and the Well and Bucket. There has been a pub here since at least the 1850s. This photo was taken with an iPhone 5S without any filters.

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.

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.

Located near to both Euston and King's Cross stations, the Euston Flyer is a traditional British pub owned by the Fuller's Brewery.

Located near to both Euston and King’s Cross stations, The Euston Flyer is a traditional British pub owned by the Fuller’s Brewery.

The interior of the Merchant of Bishopsgate, a freehouse located in the heart of Liverpool Street Station, London.

The interior of the Merchant of Bishopsgate, a freehouse located in the heart of Liverpool Street Station, London.

Camden Town Brewery's wooden bar at the Craft Beer Rising 2014 beer festival.

Camden Town Brewery’s wooden bar at the Craft Beer Rising 2014 beer festival.

The colourful tap handles of the Camden Town Brewery shot at Craft Beer Rising 2014.

The colourful tap handles of the Camden Town Brewery shot at Craft Beer Rising 2014.

The Coal Hole is a stunning piece of ‘olde Englishe’ revival built in 1903-4. The age in which it was built is unusual. During the 1880′s and 90′s many pubs were undergoing huge and expensive remodellings but by the turn of the century the London pub market had crashed and very few pubs were being rebuilt. The Coal Hole and the Black Friar were two exceptions.

The Coal Hole is a stunning piece of ‘olde Englishe’ revival built in 1903-4. The age in which it was built is unusual. During the 1880′s and 90′s many pubs were undergoing huge and expensive remodellings but by the turn of the century the London pub market had crashed and very few pubs were being rebuilt. The Coal Hole and the Black Friar were two exceptions.