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1991 Beer index
The 1991 edition of the East London Beer Guide - East London & City CAMRA.
E12 Manor Park
Stations - Manor Park (BR Liverpool Street), East Ham (District).
Located on the west side of Ilford just over the River Roding the stream below the enormous Relief Road), this area extends from Wanstead flats in the north as far as the District line in the south. It is mainly suburban, from the late 1800s on, and has pubs to match - dominated by the Big Four and regrettably not too well off for real ale.
E12 Avenue Hotel: 90 Church Road. (B2/1) Bass Charrington. No beer - closed.
E12 BLAKESLEY ARMS: 53 Station Road. (A1/2) Bass Charrington.
E12 Burnell Arms: 241 High Street North. (A2/3) Bass Charrington.
E12 EARL OF ESSEX: 616 Romford Road. (A2/4) Courage.
E12 GOLDEN FLEECE: 166 Capel Road. (A1/5) Grand Met-Watneys. Plush Victorian pub overlooking Wanstead Flats with beer garden.
E12 Ruskin Arms: 386 High Street North. (A2/6) Bass Charrington.
E12 STAR: 30 Snowshill Road. (A2/7) Belhaven.
E12 Three Rabbits: 833 Romford Road. (B1/8) Bass Charrington.
E12 Victoria Cross: Jack Cornwell Street. (B1/9) Ind Coope Taylor Walker.
E12 William the Conqueror: 628/630 Romford Road. (A1/10) Grand Met-Watneys.