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    East London Beer Guide & Pub directory in 1983 - E5 Clapton

    A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in London.

    1983 Beer index

    The 1983 edition of the East London Beer Guide - East London & City CAMRA.

    E5 Clapton
    E5 ANCHOR & HOPE: 15 High Hill Ferry. Fullers. Next door to a former pub 'The Beehive'.
    E5 British Oak: 130 Lea Bridge Road . Watneys.
    E5 Clapton Park Tavern : 9 Chatsworth Road. Bass Charrington.
    E5 CROOKED BILLET: 84 Upper Clapton Road. Watneys. 1950's built corner pub with large comforable wood-veneered single bar.
    E5 DOWNS HOTEL: 75 Downs Road . Allied Breweries.
    E5 Duke of Clarence: 78 Clarence Road. Trumans.
    E5 Duke of York: 2 Charnwood Street. Watneys. No real ale but the pub is quite old, dating from the early nineteenth century & named after the then commander of the British Army.
    E5 ELEPHANTS HEAD: 43 Lower Clapton Road. Courage.
    E5 FOUNTAIN: 211 Lower Clapton Road . Watneys.
    E5 George: 171 Glyn Road . Courage.
    E5 Glyn Arms: 1 Mandeville Street . Allied Breweries.
    E5 GOLDEN SHOE: 43 Meeson Street . Watneys. Modern detached brick-faced 1950's built, with public lounge and off-licence in between.
    E5 Hope & Anchor: 30 Rossington Street. Watneys.
    E5 Jubliee: 278 Millfields Road . Trumans.
    E5 KINGS HEAD: 44 Middlesex Wharf. Watneys.
    E5 LONDON TAVERN : 92 Rendlesham Road. Bass Charrington.
    E5 Lord Cecil: 42 Lower Clapton Road . Courage.
    E5 OLD KINGS HEAD: 28 Upper Clapton Road. Trumans.
    E5 PRINCE OF WALES: 146 Lea Bridge Road. Young & Co. Situated on old Roman site, this is a busy one bar pub by the River Lea, with outdoor seating area. Is opposite to the Ship Aground, a gravel parking area separating the two.
    E5 PRIORY TAVERN: 57 Elderfield Road. Bass Charrington. DRAUGHT BASS.
    E5 ROBIN HOOD: High Hill Ferry. Courage.
    E5 ROYAL SOVEREIGN: 64 Northwold Road. Bass Charrington.
    E5 Shamps: 181 Clarence Road . Watneys.
    E5 SHIP AGROUND: 144 Lea Bridge Road . Bass Charrington. The Prince of Wales is next door.
    E5 Schnappes: 231 Lower Clapton Road . Bass Charrington. Was White Hart.
    E5 Swan: 73 Clapton Common. Bass Charrington.
    E5 Three Sisters: 35 Queensdown Road. Watneys.
    E5 Windsor Castle: 135 Lower Clapton Road .
    E5 Woodman: 199 Mount Pleasant Lane . Watneys.

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