River Ale House in Greenwich wins CAMRA south east London pub of the year

The River Ale House in Greenwich has again been crowned south east London pub of the year by CAMRA.

They won in 2022 as well and have kept up the standard as one of the best and most popular pubs in the capital.

For those unaware they’re based in east Greenwich on Woolwich Road at the junction with Marlton Street within a former shop unit.

Ale and cider

The pub has won the award not just for beer but also cider. They have a selection of ever changing drinks on tap from breweries far and wide.

It’s a micropub in effect and opened following conversion from a shop in 2017. There’s a small front section, the bar then seating at the back. Live music is on Tuesday nights.

Other pubs commemorated include the Dog and Bell in Deptford, Mayflower in Rotherhithe and the King’s Arms in Roupall Street, SE1.

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