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Rosemary Branch (Remarkable Restaurants)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Arbor Ales - Pocket RocketExcellent1
Dragonfly - Early Doors Excellent1
Hammerton - N1Good1
Sambrook's - ScrumdownAcceptable1
Fuller's - London PrideNot Tried0
Dragonfly - 2 O’Clock Ordinary Not Tried0
Siren Craft - Sound WaveNot Tried0

Visits Details

16 May 2017 (Stephen Harris)
We have a pint in a re-opened pub which has no cask beer (and which I might get around to writing up on here) and then finish our crawl here. We are surprised to be joined briefly by a North London CAMRA group who have a pub-crawl which crosses paths with our own.
Arbor Ales - Pocket Rocket3.90ExcellentA lovely, fresh, hoppy, pale beer.
Hammerton - N14.10GoodAn enjoyable Pale Ale.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Siren Craft - Sound Wave5.60Not Tried
21 Oct 2015 (Stephen Harris)
A very pleasant pub and we lingered here rather later than I had planned.
Dragonfly - Early Doors 4.30ExcellentPale gold in colour. This beer is very hoppy, very dry and very bitter. US hop tastes. Quite extreme really; but I like extreme.
Sambrook's - Scrumdown4.00AcceptableDeep red/brown. A sweet-ish Red Ale.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Dragonfly - 2 O’Clock Ordinary 4.00Not Tried

About the Rosemary Branch

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Hoxton, Central London, N1 3DT.

A large pub in a residential area with a long and interesting history. The pub used to stand beside a pleasure ground and was a popular edge-of-London destination for a day out in years gone by. Vestiges of the pleasure grounds survive as a public park and within the pub are framed posters advertising race meetings, balloon ascents etc.. Best known today for its upstairs theatre, the pub has front and back rooms and also has a reputation for its food.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 7 different beers and tried 4 of them.

Map location

Postcode: N1 3DT