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Bethnal Green Tavern (Graceland)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Buxton - GatekeeperExcellent1
Kernel - Biere de Saison Sour CherryExcellent1
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - AstrydGood1
Five Points - Best Fuggles HopsNot Tried0
Fyne - JarlNot Tried0
Moor - StoutNot Tried0

Visits Details

14 Mar 2020 (Stephen Harris)
It has not taken long for people to discover this place and it is busy tonight.
Buxton - Gatekeeper4.10ExcellentThis beer always totally hits the spot.
Fyne - Jarl3.80Not Tried
05 Mar 2020 (Stephen Harris)
The second night of opening here and quieter than I was expecting. Very favourable impression.
Kernel - Biere de Saison Sour Cherry4.60ExcellentFrom key-keg. Tart cherry flavours.
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Astryd3.80GoodA soft, hazy, fruity Pale Ale.
Moor - Stout5.00Not Tried
Five Points - Best Fuggles Hops4.10Not Tried

About the Bethnal Green Tavern

Summary of Beer Scores


The pub is found in Bethnal Green, Greater London, E2 0EA.

This large pub in Bethnal Green Road was established in around 1766 as the Lord Camden, later becoming the Camden's Head. It was rebuilt in its present form in around 1876 and continued as the Camden's Head, laterly under Charrington's ownership, until 1991. It reopened the following year as the Misty Moon, then a JD Wetherspoon house. The pub was sold by Wetherspoon's in 2006 in one of their periodic disposals of smaller pubs, and by 2018 it had been renamed the Bethnal Green Tavern. In 2020 it changed hands again, re-opening in March much renovated and with four handpumps on the bar. There is an outside yard at the rear.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 6 different beers and tried 3 of them.

Map location

Postcode: E2 0EA