South London - Southwark Wednesday 13th April, 19.00 - 21.00 at Southwark Brewing, 46 Druid Street, London, SE1 2EZ
CAMRA's Revitalisation Project is well underway with almost 10,000 members already letting us know their views online, survey forms arriving in the post and the third of our consultation meetings due to take place in Southwark on 13th April.
It's the first chance for London based CAMRA members to make their views on CAMRA's future known - and what better location than the Southwark Brewery?
Southwark has been culturally significant for centuries with iconic bridges, buildings, museums, and theatres crowded along the Thames in central London. The neighborhood is home to many of the City’s iconic landmarks including London and Tower Bridges, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tate Modern as well as countless pubs and restaurants.
Located just off Tower Bridge Road, Southwark Brewing is housed in a railway arch and builds on the rich traditions of Southwark’s brewing past. It has eight handpumps where visitors can taste the brewery's regular real ales - London Pale Ale, Bermondsey Best and Gold, plus seasonal and once-off brews. It’s worth making your way down just to try some of their fine local ales with a lively atmosphere.
Venturing nearby London Bridge is Simon the Tanner, a Good Beer Guide entry and freehouse with a friendly oasis-like environment where you’ll find great British food, local ales from the likes of Siren and Southwark and knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff. Whilst in the area, visit the King’s Arms, a cosy pub serving nine real ales with a delectable Thai eatery situated at the rear. Another bustling pub in the SE1 area is Draft House, the GBG entrant comprises a contemporary main room and retro restaurant area plus a varied bottled range and four real ales on handpump.