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The Coach & Horses

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Redemption - HopspurExcellent1
Redemption - Big ChiefExcellent2
Signature Brew - Roadie - All Night IPAExcellent1
Howling Hops (Brewed at Hackney Wick) - Tropical DeluxeExcellent1
Neckstamper - Elbow Crooker Excellent2
East London (ELB) - CowcatcherGood1
East London (ELB) - Mandarina Session PaleGood1
Park - Isabella BrownGood1
Mighty Oak - Captain BobGood1
Nirvana - KarmaPoor1
East London (ELB) - Foundation BitterNot Tried0
Brakspear (at Marston's Wychwood) - Oxford GoldNot Tried0
New River - Blind PoetNot Tried0
Sharp's - AtlanticNot Tried0
St Austell - TributeNot Tried0
Sharp's - Coaster (or Cornish Coaster)Not Tried0
New River - London TapNot Tried0
New River - First Snow AleNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Coach & Horses, Leyton, Greater London

Visits Details

26 Jan 2020 (Stephen Harris)
I took in the second half of the televised Shrewsbury v Liverpool FA Cup match in here.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Mighty Oak - Captain Bob3.80GoodA decent, Citra-hopped Pale.
Neckstamper - Elbow Crooker 4.00GoodKeg. Great flavours but too much fizz.
Sharp's - Coaster (or Cornish Coaster)3.60Not Tried
New River - London Tap3.80Not Tried
New River - First Snow Ale4.00Not Tried
11 Jan 2020 (Stephen Harris)
A pre-football visit and this pub is packed out. A third cask beer was available but I forget which one.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Park - Isabella Brown4.40GoodA predominantly malty Brown Ale.
St Austell - Tribute4.20Not Tried
19 Feb 2019 (Stephen Harris)
The front bar is busy for televised football, a few groups are eating at the rear. A Wychwood beer is also available.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Redemption - Big Chief5.50ExcellentA strong and fresh IPA.
Sharp's - Atlantic4.20Not Tried
12 Dec 2018 (Stephen Harris)
A relaxed early evening pint.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Howling Hops (Brewed at Hackney Wick) - Tropical Deluxe3.80ExcellentHazy gold. Sharp, juicy and tropical-juicy.
Brakspear (at Marston's Wychwood) - Oxford Gold4.00Not Tried
New River - Blind Poet4.50Not Tried
07 Sep 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Late evening visit. Quite boisterous in the front bar.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Redemption - Big Chief5.50ExcellentMy first encounter with the Big Chief for a little while, and it’s on great form.
Redemption - Hopspur4.50Not Tried
East London (ELB) - Foundation Bitter4.20Not Tried
11 Aug 2018 (Stephen Harris)
This pub has for long benefitted from a busy matchday trade when Leyton Orient are at home. The new management have made it clear that it is to be a ‘home fans only’ pub (it has long been the pub of choice for visiting spectators – O’s fans knowing better than to come here). Today is the first test and they are rewarded with patronage by some of Leyton’s finest. By 8pm it is quite rowdy, the staff are looking anxious and there is not much beer left.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Redemption - Hopspur4.50ExcellentOn stunningly good form and I have a couple.
East London (ELB) - Cowcatcher4.80Not Tried
21 Jul 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Great to see this pub revived. It has prime position in Leyton, but had more or less run out of customers in its sorry state. Jammed full of people tonight. Four different Leyton breweries are represented on the bar and I tried at least one from each.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Signature Brew - Roadie - All Night IPA4.30ExcellentVery pale and hoppy. A current favourite of mine.
Neckstamper - Elbow Crooker 4.00ExcellentFrom key-keg. Hazy gold, juicy and lovely.
East London (ELB) - Cowcatcher4.80GoodGolden and bitter.
East London (ELB) - Mandarina Session Pale4.10GoodGolden. Quite sharp and bitter.
Nirvana - Karma1.00Poor(Strength of beer actually 0.5%). Poured from a bottle. Dry, woody, thin and spicy. I didn’t like it at all.
East London (ELB) - Foundation Bitter4.20Not Tried

About The Coach & Horses

The pub sign. The Coach & Horses, Leyton, Greater London

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional-
Excellent6
Good5
Acceptable-
Poor1

Website.

The pub is found in Leyton, Greater London, E10 5NA.

A large, high street pub which was present in the centre of Leyton by 1863. As with many pubs in this area it was a Savill Brewery house, which passed in due course to Charrington’s. It was rebuilt in its present form in 1879 and obtained a full licence in 1882, having previously been a beer house. It was one of the last pubs in the area to retain a separate Public Bar, the partition being removed in around 2000. The pub was allowed to become run down in recent years, but re-opened under new management in July 2018, much refurbished. Stripped back, the pub now looks very beautiful inside and out. There is a large front bar, with five handpumps and an equally large rear room (formerly occupied by pool tables and originally by snooker tables) which is intended to become mostly a dining room. Outside seating in rear yard.

We have visited this pub 7 times, seen 18 different beers and tried 10 of them.

Map location

Postcode: E10 5NA