One of London’s real OG breweries, Beavertown’s taproom is just as impressive as you’d expect. It’s the place to go for alfresco beers in Tottenham, whether you’re drinking from the tap or from one of its famous illustrated cans. Alternatively, if you’re a football fan, head to its location at the nearby Spurs stadium for a tipple at the UK’s only onsite footie ground microbrewery.
It won't come as any great surprise to you that Londoners like beer. You can't walk past a railway arch without spotting the tell-tale shiny tanks of a microbrewery, and self-respecting craft beer pubs in the capital no longer gives prime tap space to brewers from beyond Zone 6. As such, it makes perfect sense to enjoy your pint mere yards away from where it was made in one of London’s best craft beer taprooms.
Here's our list of the most exciting spots to drink on draught, including craft beer behemoths like Beavertown, shabby chic spaces attached to burgeoning London breweries and even taprooms that have been opened by brewers from outside of the capital – like much-loved Cloudwater – who just couldn’t keep themselves away from such a buzzing beer scene.