All Of The London Pubs Where You Can Buy Takeaway Pints

Published . By Anisah Audu.

I never thought I’d say this, but I’m really starting to miss battling my way to the bar, trying not to spill my drink and fighting for an empty table in the beer garden. And I know you feel my pain. Can’t wait to get to the pub? This lot have you covered. Takeaway pints are back on the menu baby; from mobile van delivery to call and collect options, these are all the pubs serving freshly pulled pints in London.



Forest Road Brew

Forest Road Brew is dishing it out on draught with the ultimate beer delivery in London.

Forest Road Brew: Coming to our rescue with the Critical Beer Response Unit, Forest Road Brew is serving thirsty East Londoners in style. Not only has the Hackney taproom pimped out a van with working taps, but the guys here are also raising money for the NHS with bottles sold through their online store.

The DoveA Broadway Market gem, The Dove is popular among locals. Alongside selling tees and totes, the cosy haunt has moved to provide takeaway beers to keep us watered during the pandemic.

The Sun Tavern: While you might have to say goodbye to late nights and boozy takeovers, this Bethnal Green spot is plugging the gap with takeaway pints and cocktails available via click and collect from the hatch.

The Spread EagleA Homerton hotspot for vegans and beer-lovers, this E9 pub is serving up takeaway pints, cocktails, wines and spirits; all in special compostable cups. 

Fugitive Motel: This beaut Bethnal Green pick is offering free next day delivery on a huge range of wines, bubbles and low-to-no alcohol, as well as 10 lines of freshly poured draught beer. If you're hungry, there's takeaway pizza to keep you going.

Howl at the MoonLocated in Hoxton Market, this bustling watering hole is always lively. Bring your own container and grab 2 pints for £5 alongside burgers and sandwiches from Fatso’s.

The Lauriston: Located within walking distance of London Fields and Victoria park, this is a great choice for collecting drinks after a weekend walk.

People’s Park TavernGet your fill of freshly pulled pints from this gorgeous East End pub.

The Hemingway: While you might not be able to get inside this iconic listed building, The Hemingway is promising takeaway drinks during lockdown.

Pub on the Park: Picking up a pint to have at home? Those of you around London Fields should give Pub on the Park a visit.

Off Broadway: Head here for pre-ordered beers and mulled cider, with an open window for cheese and booze collection.


The Gatehouse Highgate

Get your hands on this 1.8 litre bad boy.

The GatehouseNot only has The Gatehouse transformed into a deli and bottle shop during the pandemic, but the gorgeous Highgate pub is operating contact-free deliveries and takeaways from Wednesday to Sunday. Think roast dinners, brunch and beer.

Princess of Wales: Nestled in the heart of Primrose Hill, this pub is serving up bloody marys, Aperol spritzes and freshly poured pints, as well as Sunday roasts and veggie pizza. Whether you’re after beer delivery or collection, the choice is up to you.

Clissold Park Tavern: Offering delivery and collection from their Green Lanes base, Clissold Park Tavern is coming to your rescue this lockdown.

The Prince: A Stoke Newington stalwart, The Prince have pivoted to takeaway with a dedicated menu available on their website.

Railway Tavern: Dalston's Railway Tavern is the neighbourhood spot serving pints and bites in N16.

The Stag: This Hampstead hotspot has also pivoted to takeaway, with hand-stretched pizza, cocktails and a fantastic range of beers on tap.

The Golden Lion: If you're looking for takeaway pints in Camden, check out The Golden Lion on Royal College Street.

Brave Sir Robin: Located on Crouch Hill, the Brave Sir Robin is giving North Londoners a taste of their freshly pulled pints.

The Myddleton Arms: If you live around Canonbury, this Islington boozer is a great choice for takeaway pints all week long.

The Duke of HamiltonWhether you're picking up pints to have on Hampstead Heath or taking a few home, this NW pub has something for everyone.

The Southampton Arms: Sandwiched between Tufnell Park and Gospel Oak, The Southampton Arms is bringing thirsty North Londoners pints of the good stuff.

The Faltering Fullback: A favourite among locals, The Faltering Fullback is giving Finsbury Park locals a taste of the hoppy stuff.

The Highgate Inn: Not only can you get draught lager to takeaway, but also mulled wine, Bailey's coffee and hot toddies. 


Ignition Brewery

Ignition's fresh beer delivery comes in a reusable plastic caddy-bag.

Ignition Brewery: The South London beer paradise that employs people with learning disabilities, Ignition Brewery should be on your radar for so many reasons. Bring a bottle to fill up or order for delivery to get your brew on. 

The Wheatsheaf: This Tooting Common favourite is open for contact-free delivery and takeaway; think fried chicken, burgers, pizza and drinks.

The Althorp: If you live near Wandsworth Common, it's time to check out this charming boozer.

The Orchard: The Orchard's takeaway menu includes steak burgers, cottage pies and beef brisket, as well as bottled cocktails and Beavertown on draught. Get 1 pint for £4.50 or 4 for £15 from the Brockley spot.

The Sympathetic Ear: Open for takeaway during lockdown, The Sympathetic Ear is bringing beer, wine, cider and spirits to Brixton.

Bullfinch Brewery: Serving takeaway draught and cans from their Herne Hill taproom, Bullfinch Brewery have South Londoners sorted.

The FlorenceGet down to Dulwich for takeaway pints courtesy of The Florence.

Joe Public: Based in Clapham Common, Joe Public is offering California-style sourdough pizza and beer to takeaway.

The Ivy House: London's first cooperatively owned pub, this Nunhead spot is making lockdown 2.0 that bit better with 4-pint cartons, bottles of wine and pizza.


Takeaway Beer West London

Frosty pints, strawberry lager and classic pies are all on the menu.

Grand Junction Arms: Head to this canalside pub on Acton Lane for takeaway beer during lockdown.

The Black Lion Hammersmith: A lively pub in Hammersmith, the Black Lion has got mini kegs in store for all you thirsty West Londoners.

The Crabtree: Looking for takeaway beer in Fulham? Looks like you've come to the right place as this Rainville Road pick has just what you need.

The Plough East Sheen: Located near Richmond Park, this iconic country pub is pulling perfect pints for SW locals.

Bar Italia: Fancy an ice cold pint of beer delivered straight to your door? Uxbridge’s Bar Italia is providing the goods alongside an Italian menu that includes bruschetta, prosciutto calzones, lobster tortelloni and wild boar ravioli. 

The Mall Tavern: Pints not enough for you? This Notting Hill pub is offering 2-pint growlers to quench your thirst.

Home Bar & Kitchen: Home Bar & Kitchen is making your beer garden dreams a reality with pints of Birra Moretti and Camden Pale Ale available for collection and delivery. 

The Alfred Tennyson: Our top pick for takeaway pints in Knightsbridge, The Alfred Tennyson offers over seven beers on tap for takeaway, available between Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1pm 'til late.


Sip and stroll through London's most famous streets with a freshly-poured pint.

The Coach Makers Arms: Found near Bond Street station, The Coach Makers Arms are now offering seven of their signature beers to takeaway, along with a selection of mulled wine and spirits. Just pop in between 1pm and 7pm, Wednesday to Saturday.

The Grazing Goat: While you're not able to warm up by the fire in this charming Marble Arch pub, you can still sip on their most popular pints with their all-new click and collect service.

The Thomas Cubitt: This elegant Victorian-style boozer now hosts a menu of takeaway delights, from comfort food classics to freshly-poured pints, perfect for a socially-distanced catch up with friends.

The Orange: Found on Pimlico Road, The Orange is one of Central London's most popular boozers. Formerly a brewery, the pub has stayed true to its roots, offering a huge selection of draught ales, which are now available to click and collect.

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