Despite, it's small size, The Rake boasts one of the capital's largest and most exciting selections of independent real ales and beers from across the globe hidden in the most unassuming of venues. A little gem I was desperate to check out. The Venue The Rake is a tiny pub that proves, once and for…
The Rake is a London Pub in London Bridge area renowed for being one of the smallest pubs in town with the widest selection of beers possible. They sell 160-plus beers so do not walk in and order a pint of Fosters unless youre trying to wind up the staff! It has a size of a minicab office but can squeeze in about 40 people. The Rake is just next door to Borough market, and is usually buzzing with market traders, shoppers and beer buffs. Founded by the beer specialists Utobeer, who have traded in the market for a few years, the Rake will not disappoint you, if you are a beer lover. Above the bar there is written: 'No crap on tap'. The tap brews, offered in third-of-a-pint measures for easy sampling, are merely the tip of a beery iceberg, there are also bottles galore from all corners of the world.
- Happily Affordable ££
- No Door Charge
- No restrictions
- No queues normally
The Rake, 14, Winchester Walk, SE1 9AG
London Bridge (Tube)