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Queen Adelaide (Individual Pubs)

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Founders - All-Day IPAAcceptable1
Picture 1. Queen Adelaide, Bethnal Green, Greater London

Visits Details

09 May 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Curiosity drew me into this pub which I was never brave enough to visit in previous incarnations. It is unexpectedly small and gloomy inside. Disappointed to find no cask beer available.
Founders - All-Day IPA4.70AcceptableNothing special from keg.

About the Queen Adelaide

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Bethnal Green, Greater London, E2 9ED.

This pub was present as the Queen Adelaide by 1836 and has had quite a colourful modern history. It passed through a succession of names and themes in the 80s and 90s including Hop Picker, Keeleys, Tantrums and Focus Nite Spot, before becoming Images in 1994. Images was a strippers bar, or whatever they are called these days, and remained such until its closure in 2014. Time passed in restaurant use until in 2015 things came full circle and the venue re-opened as a pub called the Queen Adelaide. No real ale is sold and it is becoming best known as a late-night venue.

We have visited this pub once, seen 1 beer and tried it.

Map location

Postcode: E2 9ED