Beehive, Kennington, London   2 comments

A little tourism followed (and, for that matter, preceded) the stop at the Canterbury Arms and I was duly impressed with the architecture of the Oval and its surroundings.  I was a little surprised the nearest pub on the far side (for my approach) was the Beehive but was happy to find it an old, Tudor building.  Or, rather, Tudor façade building as inside it could not have been more modern…almost like an airport lounge.

In keeping with the theme, I joined a fellow watching an Indian Premier League match in which the eventual victors Kolkata Knight Riders were still bowling against Kings XI Punjab.  T20 is a grand sport and I hope County Cricket will incorporate it more regularly into its repertoire since I can’t really commit to 1-day matches (self-serving, I know).

The Murphy’s Stout was a bit cold but otherwise flawless and refreshing.  Find the pub here.

 

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Posted April 15, 2017 by Drunken Bunny in Pubs

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