Old Red Cow
71/72 Long Lane, Smithfield
Barbican (EC1A 9EJ)
Tel.0207 726 2595
Where are we?
Mon: 12:00 to 23:00
Tue: 12:00 to 23:00
Wed: 12:00 to 23:00
Thu: 12:00 to 23:00
Fri: 12:00 to 00:00
Sat: 12:00 to 00:00
Sun: 12:00 to 22:30
" London's Local Beer House, sourcing ales from all over the world along with local London breweries. "
The original beer houses were set up in the mid 18th century as an alternative to Gin Parlours that were dens of iniquity. Beer was seen as less harmful and therefore individuals started to open their homes selling beer, eventually the government of the time decided to give permission for certain places to sell beer and granted licenses.rnA Part of the Pubs of Distinction Group, The Old Red Cow was born out of "a love for nice pubs", creating an environments that was conducive to fun, relaxation and conversation. rnrnrnThe Old Red Cow celebrates the effort and commitment of micro breweries both in Britain and abroad in producing a variety of beer that you won't find in many establishments, in short 'a delicatessen of beer', hence the contemporary 'local beer house' was invented.
Old Red Cow is known and loved for:
Real Ale, German beer, Austrian kegs
What makes Old Red Cow great?
A great selection of rare draught and bottled ales, such as Camden Pale Ale, BrewDog punk IPA and some really good German and Austrian kegs as well, including Maisels Weisse, Schremser, Stiegl and Veltins. They also offer rotating US guest beers and of course Guinness, lager and Thatcher's cider.
Old Red Cow serves these beers on tap
(beers on tap are subject to change)
and also: Maisels Weisse, Schremser, Stiegl, Veltins, Camden Pale Ale, BrewDog punk IPA
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71/72 Long Lane, Smithfield, Barbican (EC1A 9EJ)
Tel.0207 726 2595