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Stormbird, Camberwell, SE5

25 Camberwell Church Street
SE5
SE5 8TR
Phone: 02077084460
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Malden man left this review about Stormbird

A long rectangular room which returns very slightly one end, L-shaped bar, boarded floor with unusually narrow boards. Foreign beer advertisements form most of the decor, fairy lights are in abundance but there are a reassuringly large number of beermats around the bar area. Seating is mostly regular with normal chairs and a few long sharing benches, as is becoming rather too prevalent, many tables featured reserved signs. Emma, Luke and Harriet, this is a pub, not a restaurant.
Beers on (cask) were Dark Star Hophead, Kent Pale (£3.00), Harbour East India Porter plus a cider from Thistly Cross. On the longer return side of the bar there were a long row of shiny chrome keg taps. The beers were advertised on a board behind the bar, priced curiously by half and third measures, no pints. Clearly there was not an issue with me buying a pint and I seemed to be up on the deal as proportionately a half or third comes in at a premium, assuming I was correctly charged. £3 does seem a deal these days. Lots of Bright Young Things were however wandering around with what looked to me like wine glasses of beer, I find this trend all rather worrying.
Nice pub though if you can time it right when the clientele is more down to earth I guess, it is worth a look in.

On 10th January 2016 - rating: 6
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Alan Winfield left this review about Stormbird

Stormbird is a corner pub that i thought would be a keg outlet,as usuall i was wrong.
Once inside there is a small single oblong shaped room,the bar is to the rear right,the room is bare boarded,there are normal tables and chairs to the front and pew seating down the left side.
There were three real als on the bar plus two real ciders,i had a drink of Marble Pint which was a decent enough drink,the other beers were Dark Star Darkness and Darkstar Pale Ale.
There was some decent background music playing.
This is a decent pub where you can have decent drink and watch the world go by outside.

Pub visited 13/8/2014

On 13th August 2014 - rating: 7
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john gray left this review about Stormbird

Rather attractive large corner pub with windows on 2 sides so its bright and airy.Not much in the way of decoration inside but a display of bottled beer behind the bar.Limited seating outside at the front.About 10 craft keg pumps and 4 handpumps with 3 beers from London Fields,Darkstar and 5 Points.I took advantage of the 1/3rd measures to try Partizan -Black saison which was good.

On 31st May 2014 - rating: 7
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Denmark Hill, 0.59 miles, 11 min walk (show)
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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
  • Real Cider : Yes last updated 05 October 2014 by Alan Winfield
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