SquareMeal Review of
The Euston Cider Tap
Following the sell-out success of craft beer purveyor The Euston Tap, its owners have turned the second of Euston station’s grand gatehouses into its cider-shifting mirror-image twin, announced by
hay bales outside. It’s a canny move, given the stuff appears to be the new apple of British drinkers’ eyes. On offer are 15 traditionally fermented draught ciders from more than 100 artisan
producers in the UK, Ireland, Normandy & further afield – are you ready for America’s ‘hard’ brews? There are also hundreds of different bottles (plus eaux de vie & perry in abundance): try
Hogan’s from Alcester, farm-pressed Orchard Pig from Somerset, or Original Sin from New York State. If you're peckish, the chaps will even bus in food from a nearby pizzeria. Who imagined The
Wurzels would ever be the height of urban sophistication?