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Published February 17th 2019
So much to offer on tap
The Euston Tap is a place you can't help but love. Located in a tiny stone building, sat at the entrance to a very busy station, and just off a very busy road - it is the type of place you could see as an oasis in a desert of modern urban life.
I say oasis with a careful choice of words too, as just like the oasis in the desert brings relief through cool, delicious water to drink - the Euston variety of oasis brings forth gushing gallons of beer in as many varieties and styles as you could hope to think of. To start off with, there are the 47 lines of draught beer to get through. As well as these there are the numerous bottles available to try - and as the tap is privately owned, there is no threat of being sold something just because they need to get rid of it - everything is selected by merit.
There isn't much in terms of food, but then this isn't the type of place where that matters - after all, it all about ale appreciation, and there is plenty of it to be done.
Be it as a handy pit stop on your way to the station nearby, or aa pre-drink before visiting some of the great sites nearby (don't forget there are heavyweights like the British Library and the Wellcome Collection within walking distance, as well as lovable indies like the Camden People's Theatre), the Euston Tap is a perfectly situated and pleasingly aesthetic building for lovers of the good stuff.
Don't forget, drink carefully and don't miss that train either: never has there been more temptation for one for the road as here.