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The Union Tavern (Fuller's)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Shamblemoose - #4 American Brown AleExceptional1
Redemption - Big ChiefExcellent1
Five Points - Five Points PaleExcellent1
Beavertown - Smog RocketExcellent1
Kernel - London Brewers Alliance Collaboration Stout Excellent1
East London (ELB) - Pale AleGood1
Truefitt - Mydilsburgh India Pale AleNot Tried0
Truefitt - Ironopolis StoutNot Tried0
Fuller's - ChiswickNot Tried0
Twickenham (also uses sub-brand Old Hands) - Grandstand BitterNot Tried0
By The Horns - Diamond GeezerNot Tried0
Tap East - A.P.A. (American Pale Ale) Not Tried0
Fuller's - London PrideNot Tried0
Fuller's - Gale's Spring SprinterNot Tried0
Siren Craft - Yu LuNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Union Tavern, Westbourne Park, Greater London
Stephen Harris

Visits Details

09 Mar 2018 (Magnus Greel)
Mid evening and very busy with young hipster types, noisy loud music with the folk shouting to talk, a couple of chaps arrived asking for Guinness and Heineken which isn't sadly sold here. I've not listed the many keg beers on offer.
Five Points - Five Points Pale4.40ExcellentThis was superb, spicy hoppy light and flavoursome. Washed down my recently eaten curry perfectly.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Fuller's - Gale's Spring Sprinter4.00Not Tried
Siren Craft - Yu Lu3.60Not Tried
09 Aug 2013 (Stephen Harris)
Mid-evening. The canal-side garden is full to capacity on yet another pleasant summer’s evening. Not so busy inside. Good bottles in the fridge, a few interesting kegs, but a slightly limited cask beer choice (albeit good ‘uns).
Redemption - Big Chief5.50ExcellentIn perfect condition. Bordering on five stars.
East London (ELB) - Pale Ale4.00GoodPale, sessionable bitter. Juicy malt.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10Not Tried
21 Feb 2013 (Stephen Harris)
An early evening visit for the launch of London’s latest new brewery – Shamblemoose, of Cheam. The Shamblemoose beer was free, as was the buffet, and the Brewster was suitably surrounded by a ring of admirers. Understandably, the place was crowded – but I saw enough to realise that it is a fine pub and worth another visit next time I am passing.
Shamblemoose - #4 American Brown Ale5.30ExceptionalAmerican Brown Ale is not an easy style to pull off, but this was bang on. A deep brown colour from the use of rich dark malts and enlivened by a load of citrusy American hops. First class.
Kernel - London Brewers Alliance Collaboration Stout 6.80ExcellentServed from a key keg. Pitch black, full bodied stout, with a fairly subtle roasted coffee bean taste.
Fuller's - Chiswick3.50Not Tried
Twickenham (also uses sub-brand Old Hands) - Grandstand Bitter3.80Not Tried
By The Horns - Diamond Geezer4.90Not Tried
Tap East - A.P.A. (American Pale Ale) 4.30Not Tried
28 Jun 2012 (Martin the Mildman)
Late afternoon visit on a hot Thursday afternoon, most patrons outside by the canal.
Beavertown - Smog Rocket5.40ExcellentBrown smoked porter with good malt character and a smooth well rounded mouthfeel. Gentle smokiness in the finish. My score 16/20 with B for quality as served too warm.
Truefitt - Mydilsburgh India Pale Ale5.00Not Tried
Truefitt - Ironopolis Stout4.70Not Tried

About The Union Tavern

The pub sign. The Union Tavern, Westbourne Park, Greater London

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Westbourne Park, Greater London, W9 2BA.

Canalside pub that has recently been transformed into another gastropub. The draw here is that the guest ale policy is for "craft" type brewers especially from London. Ten handpumps are fitted and typically 2-3 may be Fuller's products with guest beers on most of the others.

We have visited this pub 4 times, seen 15 different beers and tried 6 of them.

Map location

Postcode: W9 2BA