Jolly Butchers204 Stoke Newington High Street
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With its prominent red painted exterior this is a one-room pub with large clear picture windows, and some half-moon upper windows retaining their coloured glass. An unusual mix of church pew seats with prayer book slots around large tables, an open kitchen and a bar featuring up to five cask beers and two ciders/perries at any time (either on handpump or in boxes from the fridge.
The range changes constantly. Nicely presented beer and cider menu with tasting notes. Catering is by Booma Kitchen – "The coming together of Delicious Indian Food and Great Beer" per their website. On Sundays traditional roasts and some Booma kitchen specialities.
Interesting range of bottled beers many imported together with some rarer tap beers from Brugse Zot, Meantime, de Koninck, Erdinger and Schlenkerla plus British craft kegs. From London, Jiddlers Tipple Another IPA in the permanent range.
Originally Jolly Butchers, then Father Teds, then Bar Stokies. Now back to its original name. The beers listed are an example of the type of LocAles that may be stocked.
Note - a recent visitor has reported that cash is no longer accepted, card payment only.