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The Castle, Isleworth

The Castle, Isleworth

The Castle, 18 Upper Square, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 7BN. Telephone: 020 3105 9689. Website: http://www.rampubcompany.co.uk/visit-pubs/the-castle-isleworth
Pig Mark 76. The Castle was established at least in 1794 and has had a recent refurb. There is a separate restaurant/function room area away from the main bar. There is also a covered patio area outside for smokers. The Castle was one of Young’s original five pubs when they took over The Ram Brewery in 1831.

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Royal Oak, Isleworth

Royal Oak, Isleworth

The Royal Oak, 128 Worton Road, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 6EP. Telephone: 020 8560 2906. Website: http://www.royaloakisleworth.co.uk/
Pig Mark 75. The Royal Oak has been established since 1843 and had an internal renovation as recently as 2014. A Fuller’s pub, it has a riverside patio overlooking The Duke of Northumberland’s River.

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The Coach & Horses, Kew

The Coach & Horses, Kew

The Coach & Horses, 8 Kew Green, Kew TW9 3BH. Telephone: 020 8940 1208. Website: https://www.coachhotelkew.co.uk/
Pig Mark 73. As the name suggests, The Coach & Horses was originally an 18th century coaching inn. Now run by Young’s, it offers a bar with Sky on the TV and occasional live music, a quiet area called the Library where one can sit and eat or drink without the TV or music being a disturbance and a separate dining area as well as B&B. There is also a garden hidden away out the back as well as tables and chairs at the front of the pub. The Coach & Horses was one of Young’s original five pubs when they took over The Ram Brewery in 1831 and was also featured as ‘The Fiacre & Unicorns (or The FU)’ in D S Floyd’s murder mystery, Must Flea.

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The Stable, Brentford

The Stable, Brentford

The Stable, Unit 128, Kew Bridge Road, Brentford TW8 0FJ. Telephone: 020 8568 8667. Website: http://stablepizza.com/locations/kew-2/
Pig Mark 75. The Stable is a pizza and cider chain with subtle localised differences between each branch. Whilst not technically a pub, they offer a very wide range of ciders alongside some craft beers and as they are happy for people to pop in for just a drink, fulfil our criteria as an appropriate drinking hole for BeerPigs.

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The Lord Nelson, Brentford

The Lord Nelson, Brentford

The Lord Nelson, 9-11 Enfield Rd, Brentford TW8 9NY. Telephone: 020 8568 1877. Website: http://www.thelordnelsonbrentford.co.uk/
Pig Mark 75. The Lord Nelson is a Fuller’s pub and was established by at least 1890, though may have been earlier. The pub was rebuilt in 1927. It is a large, yet cosy, community pub tucked away in the backstreets that offers food and a garden. They have a weekly quiz and regular meat-free menu nights.

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The Red Lion, Isleworth

The Red Lion, Isleworth

The Red Lion, 92-94 Linkfield Rd, Isleworth TW7 6QJ. Telephone: 020 8560 1457. Website: http://www.red-lion.info/
Pig Mark 73. The Red Lion has been an Isleworth fixture since at least the 1850s. A community pub with live music most nights, a pool table, screens, a nice sized garden and usually in January they run an amateur pantomime for charity.