Month: July 2016

Sips of the best: Six pubs to catch a drink at near Clapham Junction

More people change trains at Clapham Junction than at any other station in the UK. But there are even better connections for beer at these big-hitting Battersea pubs, all within ten minutes’ walk of the station The Falcon The failsafe choice for a drink when a Londoner is marooned at Clapham Junction, but none the worse […]

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London Vegan Beer Fest: Animal-free beer – at a cost

What sort of beer do vegans drink? Well, for the most part vegans drink exactly what the rest of us drink – modern craft beer from London breweries such as Fourpure, Beavertown and Partizan. Sorry to disappoint those who thought they drank some kind of flat, pleasureless puddle water with twigs floating in it. But […]

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Review: Dungeness Snack Shack, Kent

Cunningly secreted fish lovers’ friend in bleak but beautiful Dungeness Dungeness, on the very tip of the Romney Marsh in Kent, is a desolate expanse of shingle, loomed over by monstrous power stations, dotted with bleached driftwood, fishing nets and lonely cottages. You can’t get a mobile signal, UKIP flags taunt the liberal London holidaymaker […]

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