Noted for its fine Deep South-influenced barbecue food (the beef ribs really are outstanding), this De Beauvoir spot is a prime place to settle down for a no-nonsense session of meat, beans and beer. Before success forced Beavertown brewery up to larger premises in Tottenham Hale (via Hackney Wick), it started life here, and as official taproom there’s a focus on its own wares (from the always-dependable Gamma Ray APA and exceptional Neck Oil Session IPA, at 4.3 percent the afternoon drinker’s friend). Many Beavertown brews are canned too, which suits Duke’s sticky-fingered vibe perfectly. It’s small wonder Duke’s Brew regularly has a queue.
|Venue name:||Duke's Brew & Que||Contact:|
33 Downham Rd
|Opening hours:||4-11pm Mon-Wed; 4-11.30pm Thur, Fri; 11am-11.30pm Sat; 11am-11pm Sun. Dinner served 6-10pm Mon-Thur; 5-10.30pm Fri, Sat; 5-9.30pm Sun.|
|Price:||Main courses £9.50-£21.95.|
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