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1983 Beer index
The 1983 edition of the East London Beer Guide - East London & City CAMRA.
E10 Alma: 50 Church Road. Bass Charrington.
E10 Antelope: 201 Church Road . Allied Breweries.
E10 Auctioneers: 596 Lea Bridge Road . Free House. Small busy one bar beer exhibition type pub with church pew seats, in the renovated building that used to be the Bootlegger off licence.
E10 Bakers Arms: 575 Lea Bridge Road . Allied Breweries. A former Cannon Brewery house.
E10 Beaumont Arms : 31 Beaumont Road. Charrington.
E10 Coach & Horses: 391 High Road. Charrington.
E10 Greyhound: 91 Lea Bridge Road . Allied Breweries.
E10 Hare & Hounds: 282 Lea Bridge Road. Bass Charrington.
E10 Holly Bush: 32 Grange Road . Allied Breweries.
E10 Lion & Key: 475 High Road . Bass Charrington.
E10 Lord Clyde: 175 Capworth Street. Allied Breweries..
E10 Nancys: 559 Lea Bridge Road . Free House.
E10 Oliver Twist: 90 Church Road. Whitbread.
E10 Prince of Wales: 777 High Street. Bass Charrington.
E10 Three Blackbirds: 640 High Road. Trumans.
E10 Wakefield Arms : 14 Park Road. Trumans.
E10 William IV: 816 High Road . Allied Breweries.