The Great Beer Guide 2022 has been released and a number of South East London pubs, bars, and breweries have made the cut. 

The guide connects people with the pubs worth visiting and what drinks to try. 

The feature beer serving establishments are selected by members of CAMRA - Campaign for Real Ale. 

Ensuring that the places that made the list are worth keeping note of for your next pub trip. 

You can purchase the full Good Beer Guide 2022 at the CAMRA website.

What South East London pubs made it on the Good Beer Guide 2022?




Location: 194 High Street, BR1 1HE

Based in a grade two listed former bank, the Patridge is a Fuller's Ale & Pie House that offers upmarket quality food

Red Lion:

Location: 10 North Road, BR1 3LG

This traditional pub can be found in the back streets of Bromely town center, it has now been featured in the guide for 25 years. 

Star & Garter:

Location: 227 High Street, BR1 1NZ

With seven changing beers, this pub is always welcoming and offers real ale, real cider, and represents local and regional microbreweries.


Robin Hood & Little John:

Location: 78 Lion Road, DA6 8PF

This Shepherd Neame pub serves Whitstable Bay pale ale and an array of real ale from independent breweries, plus has a great reputation for home-cooked food.


Location: 46 Church Road, DA7 4DQ

Run by friendly welcoming staff, this tucked-away treasure is part of the community after it was saved from closure by campaigners. 

Wrong 'Un:

Location: 46 Church Road, DA7 4DQ

This Wetherspoon chain is relaxed with booths, food served and serves a wide choice of drinks. 


Location: 234-236 Broadway, DA6 8AS

With two cark parks, tv screens with the daily news and sports, this roadhouse pub serves great food and is worth a visit. 

News Shopper: Food served in the Yacht. (TripAdvisor) Food served in the Yacht. (TripAdvisor)


Modern Arms:

Location: 1 Brand Street, SE10 8SP

With four changing beers, this unpretentious pub is a strong independent establishment that has live music regularly and beer from London breweries.

Plume of Feather:

Location: 19 Park Vista, SE10 9LZ

Based in a building dating back to 1691 this pub is close to Greenwich Park and the National Maritime Museum, along with the regular pub traditions it also serves afternoon teas. 



Location: 72 Blackfriars Road, SE1 8HA

With three changing beers and adorned with boxing memorabilia, the Ring has sitting everywhere and a pleasant atmosphere.