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There’s nothing remotely flash about a stripped-bare railway arch set with refectory tables, however this chilled US-style taproom and bottle shop also boasts a back-bar wall with two dozen spouts
dispensing amber gems. Hoppy palates will salivate over the prospect of Alpha State Red Simcoe, Oregon-brewed Rogue Dead Guy, Sleemans Honey Brown and several London craft beers, while a battery of
fridges contains more interesting thirst-slakers such as Dutch artisans De Molen’s Dood & Verderf and Amarillo. Basic cocktails and wines are also offered, and the selection of single malts
includes Hebridean hero, Bruichladdich. Olives, pork pies, deli boards are available to nibble. The bar’s name references Danny La Rue’s iconic music hall song – although Mother Kelly, late of
Paradise Row, would be amazed to have such a selection of ales on her doorstep.
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