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The Owl & The Pussycat, W13

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106 Northfield Avenue
W13 9RT

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Real Ale Ray left this review about The Owl & The Pussycat

This former book shop turned micropub, is the only one in the country that is self sufficient, producing its own beer and without guest ales. The Marco Paulo beers are brewed on site at the rear of the pub. Six pumps, with five on and four keg beers on our visit. We were offered some samples and my first was a IPA, which was brewed from an English IPA recipe dating back to 1877. This was very different and quite palatable. My second choice was the Golden Gate 3.9% brewed from West Coast and Chinook Hops, another good beer. We also went for the Owl Best Bitter and the UK IPA, excellent. Prices were £4 a pint, apart from the UK IPA, which was £4.60 for a 5.6%.
The interior was basic and comfortable and paintings of Owls and Pussycats added interest. Also the two owners Mark and Paul were friendly and welcoming. Well worth a visit.

On 8th June 2017 - rating: 8
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john gray left this review about The Owl & The Pussycat

West london,s first and therefore best micropub.One room shop conversion with bar and micro brewery at the rear.Bland interior with mismatched tables and chairs.Only beers from the in house Marko Paulo brewery but they were very good.Friendly chatty owners gave me a warm welcome so hope this succeeds.The hand basin in the toilet is quirky and a great use of space.Check it out.Limited opening hours as is the micropub norm.

On 27th December 2016 - rating: 8
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