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13th January 2017

Around the Tube in 80 Pubs

Around the Tube in 80 Pubs brings you 80 of the best pubs in London, all of them within a 10-minute walk of a tube station.

Aimed at visitors and residents alike, the ebook covers some of the city’s most historic pubs as well as some of the best of the newer arrivals, such as the BrewDog chain and the excellent pubs that have been opening at the mainline train stations. There’s also a range of pubs chosen for their riverside or canalside locations, meaning you’ll be relaxing with a drink by the water within ten minutes of leaving the tube.

For overseas visitors not familiar with the tube, the book explains how to use it, how to buy your tickets and how to get to the station you want. For each recommended pub, the book even tells you which exit to take from the station, gives you step-by-step directions, and provides a map for each and every pub listed.

CONTENTS Arranging the pubs alphabetically by tube station, with recommendations for 53 of the stations on the tube network, there are cross-references and hyperlinks to all the tube stations and pubs right on the Table of Contents. Each entry has a map and a photo, as well as practical information on opening hours, when food is served, phone, address and website. There are also step-by-step directions on how to find each pub when you exit the tube station, and what you’ll see on the way.

For each pub the book also provides local information, such as which major tourist attractions are nearby, but also some offbeat information about the area, the streets, the buildings or people associated with the area. Finally there’s a full description of each pub, so you know whether it has outside seating, upstairs rooms, quiet corners that aren’t immediately obvious, and what beers you might expect to find there.

THE AUTHORS Pete Gerrard went to London to study for a degree in astronomy at University College London, and in the finest student tradition perfected a 9-pub crawl through some of the city’s finest pubs.

He’s been extending his London pub crawl ever since. Two of those original nine (The Lamb and The Princess Louise) are in this book. Mike Gerrard is an award-winning travel and drinks writer, and a member of the British Guild of Beer Writers. He lived in London for 15 years, and has written about beer for magazines and websites including Beer Advocate, Perceptive Travel, The Huffington Post and the US drinks magazine Chilled, where he is an Editorial Staff Writer.

The book is available exclusively for the Kindle from Amazon, with a print edition in the works: ### NOTE For a review copy in PDF format or author photos contact Mike Gerrard: