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The Beehive, SW11

197 St. Johns Hill
SW11
SW11 1TH
Phone: 02074501756
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Fuller's

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Beehive

Compact Fuller's pub with a very narrow frontage and a narrow rectangular bar that gets quite dark towards the back. Refurbished inside with the expected mix of the traditional and modern. Large projector screen for major sporting events such as Wimbledon. Also has some patio tables out on the pavement. Three of five hand pumps in operation with Pride (£4.05), Seafarers and ESB on offer.

On 5th July 2015 - rating: 7
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Nick Johnstone left this review about The Beehive

Small high street pub. Friendly barmaid but not much else to report. I walked here from Clapham Junction but rather wished I hadn't.

On 19th March 2012 - rating: 5
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Pub SignMan left this review about The Beehive

My visit to this small Fullers pub happily coincided with a small beer festival they had put on. So as well as the usual Fuller's suspects on offer at the bar, I was also able to try some well kept festival ales such as Titanic Stout, Elgood's Black Dog Mild, Nottingham Dreadnought, Castle Rock Harvest Pale, Hop Back Summer Lightning, Bateman's GHA, Oakham JHB and Everard's Tiger, each priced at £2.20. There were also four real ciders on offer as well, which seemed to be popular with the locals. The ales I tried were all in good condition and the festival seemed well organised, even if there weren't too many punters trying out what was on offer.
The pub itself is a simple, single room layout with the bar running down one side and seating along the opposite wall and in the front and rear areas as well. There were plenty of stools along the bar, most of which were occupied by a cheerful bunch of locals. The room has a bit of character, thanks to some exposed beams and a nice bar area. Old pump clips line the wall behind the bar, suggesting that guests do make an appearance even when the festival is over. Some large potted plants and a selection of old photos of the pub enhanced the décor, whilst two large TV screens (one showing rugby league and one turned off) were available to provide sporting distractions.
I certainly enjoyed my time here, and although it is difficult to gauge what the pub would be like on a normal day, the friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere means I would probably be inclined to return again.

On 24th September 2010 - rating: 7
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Pub location see interactive map of local area
Map location corrected by Steve C
Wandsworth Town, 0.56 miles, 10 min walk (show)
Clapham Junction, 0.6 miles, 11 min walk (show)
Clapham Junction, 0.6 miles, 11 min walk (show)
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19th Apr 2020, 20:35
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  • Beer Festivals : Yes - September - last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
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