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London Beer House

24 Charles II Street
St James's

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Premises Status

This pub is currently closed. Announced on 30 June they will not be reopening.

Premises Description

Fully licensed craft beer tap room.

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The Beer Collective

About the Pub

Opened July 24th 2015, on the corner of of the Royal Opera Arcade, and owned/run by the same people who run Pall Mall Fine Wine just down the Arcade, this new bar offers nine rotating and changing weekly craft beers (keykeg) and around 50-60 bottled beers from London and around the world 'curated' by the Beer Collective. One at least on our visit was bottle conditioned (Pressure Drop Bosko IPA) and a number are unfiltered and unpasteurised. A friendly and young bar staff will need to learn more about the products (what's cask or bottle conditioned) and we'll happily oblige. Cask ale is likely to come, and even a small scale brewing set-up is contemplated for the tiny cellar. This one room bar (15 foot x 20 foot) is snug - 10-15 would be a crowd - enticing and welcoming and there are tables and chairs outside in the Arcade and King Charles II Street. The Royal Opera Arcade itself is listed Grade I and built 1816-18 by John Nash and G.R. Repton, and is the surviving portion of their recasing and completion of Novosielski's Haymarket Opera House. Stucco faced brick, slated and glazed lantern roof. The arcade links Charles II Street to Pall Mall. It is the earliest London arcade on the Parisian late C.18/early C.19 model of "passages" and "galleries" (Thanks to Historic England) and well worth visiting if only for that! Oddly - or maybe this is the new Zeitgeist - the draught beers are served in 2/3 and 1 pint glasses. Prices reflect the location. The venue has occasional festivals and beer tastings so browse their website or social media for What's On.

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Changing cask ales

This pub serves 9 changing beers.

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London Beer House, London


  • RealAle Real Ale Available
  • Quiet Quiet Pub


  • DisabledAccess Disabled Access

    Limited and not to toilets or private room.

  • FunctionRoom Function Room

    Small upstairs private room available, seating about 10 people.

  • Smoking Smoking Area

    Tables and chairs outside.

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London Beer House

24 Charles II Street
St James's

Sat Nav Reference

51.508174, -0.132468


  • <Bus Close to Bus Routes
  • <Station Close to Railway Station
  • <Underground Close to London Underground / Overground / DLR

Nearby Bus Routes (100m)

TfL Buses: 13, 15

Nearby Station (550m)

London Charing Cross

Nearby London Underground/Overground/DLR (250m)

Piccadilly Circus

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