London’s finest cider pubs

Posted February 24, 2017
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If you are looking to find the perfect pint of cider you have come to the right place, we have listed some of the finest cider pubs in London where to find it! And after a cider or a beer, what’s best than a burger? Check out here where to eat the best burgers in London.

The Southampton Arms

139 Highgate Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 1LE
There are eight real ciders from producers such as Burrow Hill, Millwhites and the Orchard Pig at this Kentish Town stalwart. You can also try before you buy to ensure you make the right choice, and at around £3 a pint it is good value!

The Harp

The Harp has a remarkable choice of nine real ciders and perries from artisan producers. These can include rarities such as 8% abv varieties matured in whisky and rum casks. You can also find one or two perries, with Two Trees from Gwynt Y Ddraig often available. Definitely one of the best cider pubs in town.


47 Chandos Place, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4HS

Bree Louise

This long standing CAMRA favourite close to Euston station has stepped up its game of late and now boasts around nine ciders and perries on rotation at any one time. With ciders pouring straight from the cask and the box, you can be sure to find some brain-mashingly strong tipples like Orchard Pig.

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69 Cobourg Street, Euston, London, NW1 2HH

Cock Tavern

Up to eight ciders are on tap at any one time at Hackney’s Cock Tavern. Small producers from around the country are championed and staff really know their stuff about cider. This is also the site of Howling Hops brewery, so you can move straight onto the ales, should the ciders prove too potent.


315 Mare Street, Hackney, London, E8 1EJ

The Miller

The council-estate environs may look less than salubrious, but step inside the Miller and you’ll encounter a congenial, hip bar run by enthusiasts who source their cider directly from producers. The regularly changing batch recently included Black Dragon, an oak-conditioned cider from Wales; Ross-on-Wye cider; and London Glider cider from the wilds of Woodford Green.

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96 Snowfields Rd, London Bridge SE1 3SS