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St Barts Brewery (Hush Heath Estate)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Mantle - MOHOGood1
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Lord MarplesNot Tried0
Purity - Pure UBUNot Tried0
Rooster's - BuckeyeNot Tried0
Picture 1. St Barts Brewery, Smithfield, Central London
Stephen Harris

Visits Details

23 Jun 2014 (Stephen Harris)
We did not come here with particularly high hopes. No sign of any home-brew, our questions eventually being answered with “the word brewery in the name relates to the fact that we sell beer from Meantime, a local brewery”. We also received a telling off for taking our pints upstairs: “we do not serve ale in the upstairs area”. Not sure how likely I am to return, given the circumstances. They did have a pretty good range of beers on though.
Mantle - MOHO4.30GoodA pleasant, full-bodied but easy-drinking, Pale Ale. Served a little too warm.
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Lord Marples4.00Not Tried
Purity - Pure UBU4.50Not Tried
Rooster's - Buckeye3.50Not Tried

About the St Barts Brewery

The pub sign. St Barts Brewery, Smithfield, Central London

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Smithfield, Central London, EC1A 9DY.

A large pub in former bank premises, which opened as the Heads and Tails in 2008, becoming the Distillers by 2011. Revamped and re-opened as St Bart’s Brewery (they seem uncertain as to whether Bart’s has an apostrophe or not) in June 2013. The word ‘brewery’ appears several times on the exterior of the pub and there is some copper brewing equipment in the window. It is not a brewery (neither was the former incarnation a distillery). A high-ceilinged main bar space, with most tables laid for dining and more tables on a mezzanine floor.

We have visited this pub once, seen 4 different beers and tried 1 of them.

Map location

Postcode: EC1A 9DY