Feeling particularly parched after a long day of back to back meetings, I came upon The George Inn just off Borough High Street in London. On recommendation by my good friend Ian Street, I partook of a pint of the local George ale brew – which for a southern beer was remarkably smooth displaying a full, frothy head.
As you can probably tell, it’s a proper old London ale house and was frequented by Dickens and Shakespeare before him. Apparently Churchill drank there and although he brought his own vintage, they charged him 1s 6d corkage!
Worth calling in for if you’re in the Bankside vicinity, a reminder how good a proper English boozer can be.
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