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West London's first Micropub. Home also to the Marko Paulo Microbrewery. Selling real ales (brewed on the premises), some wine, some real cider, soft drinks and bar snacks. A small friendly place for a drink and a chat, not disturbed by music, TV or...more
Hours Today: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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106 Northfield Avenue | Northfields, London W13 9RT, England
Beer was decent enough - not quite to my taste but that's fair enough I think, we're at a stage where there is a lot of experimentation with different styles and flavours and not everything is going to hit the spot.
The service though -...More
Pre-dinner drink at microbrewery in Northfields, Ealing. Excellent beers and lager with real taste. Friendly owners, worth a visit. Close to Northfields tube and bus routes so easy to get to. Something different.
There is a good range of craft beers in this bookshop converted into a micropub. The decor is impressive with elements of the old bookshop having been tastefully left. Most interesting of all is the toilet with a hand basin on top of the cistern...More
This micro brewpub is great and run by a couple of friends. They brew a range of beers in the back and serve out the front in a very relaxed atmosphere. A whole range of different beers with different stories....if you like a beer you...More
This is a great find and a welcome addition to Ealing!! Very accessible on the Main Street in Northfields. This little microbrewery is warm and welcoming with a great selection of ales brewed on site!! Will definitely be returning!!
A friendly welcome from the 2 owners - who also brew and share front of house duties. They have converted our local kids bookshop (hence name) into a micro brewery and pub - I believe the only one to do so in U.K. Genuinely making...More
A small microbrewery with, maybe, a dozen beers on tap. It is cash only. Pints start at around £4.00, and are delicious. Board games and books can be borrowed to keep one happy too. On the 3rd Monday of each month the local Backgammon club...More
Have visited The Owl and the Pussycat four times in the last two weeks. My first visit was out of simple curiosity. I am not a Camra member but I like a pint of Guinness/bitter/lager. The whole layout is reminiscent of a storehouse with upside...More
This is just what the local area needed. An oasis for real ale drinkers.
All of the excellent beers are made on sight and served by people who love beer and by people who appreciate it.
The decor is un pretentious and essentially a few...More