Sure, it looks a bit like a mausoleum from the outside, but the only way you’re going to end up horizontal in Euston Tap is if you lose track of the strength of some of those IPAs. The sheer number of brews on offer here is enough to make beer fans go weak at the knees before they’ve even got a glass in their hand – a selection of almost 30 taps covers ales pale, India and otherwise, wheat beers, porter and stouts, ryes and bitters and everything in between, with bottles housed in two chubby fridges either side of the emerald-tiled bar.
The space is snug but appealing, with minimal seating but plenty of surfaces to lean against. Come summer though the crowds throng on the pavement outside, a seriously unlovely spot by Euston Road made almost Elysian by the brews on offer inside. And if you’re really serious about what you drink, check the blog before you arrive – it’s regularly updated with the current selection of beers.