The Return of The Six

The Six Burger Returneth

With an ingredient from every country in the Six Nations, this is the only burger to eat during the rugby tournament. It has crispy Italian pancetta, Welsh Hafod cheese, Scottish beef, an Irish boxty potato cake, a French brioche bun and English mustard. Grab one while you can before they disappear.


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06 Feb 2017, HamburgersFood NewsRugbySixNations

Wacth the Six Nations at Draft House

It’s that magical time of the year when January disappears up it’s own righteousness and the world’s greatest rugby tournament begins. That means we can get down to the serious business of rucking, mauling and drinking fine ale. And thank the Lord for that.

And when it comes to ales, there are none finer than those brewed by our long standing buddy Duncan Sambrook behind Draft House Westbridge. The Draft House was born at the same time as Sambrook’s ten years ago and we’re celebrating that fact with the revival of our biggest selling ever cask ale:The Hoppy Hooker.

This astoundingly refreshing pale ale was first brewed for the Rugby World Cup in 2015 and we sold literally thousands of pints during the tournament.

And for every five pints you drink, you get one on us. Just collect a stamp card at the bar.

The Draft House is the best place to watch the Six Nations.

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01 Feb 2017, SixNations

Happy New Beer

So long 2016 and your legend robbing grim reapery. Hello 2017 you fresh faced little scamp!

To kick start the new year with a brighter flavour we’ve created two new burger specials influenced by the sunnier side of the planet, and paired them with beers of their native origin. The Aussie ‘lot’ Burger is rammed with smoked cheddar, streaky bacon, barbecue sauce, beetroot & pineapple and is best served with a cold pint of something fruity from Stone & Wood. The Kiwi Burger is topped with a fried egg, beetroot, smoked cheddar, caramelised onions, mustard & ketchup, and her perfect mate is a chilled glass of one of our delicious Yeastie Boys brews.

If you’re looking for a reason to party now that the festivities are over, let’s throw in Australia Day as a sound option on the 26th January or Waitangi Day on the 6th February. We’ll be here with the Beer ready and waiting.

For those whose New Year’s resolution is to be more daring and adventurous, challenge your taste buds with one of our discovery beer paddles which are a mere five quid every day in January.

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06 Jan 2017,

Superbowl at Seething

Fancy watching the Superbowl with a monster? Monster screen that is. For a tenner you can bag yourself a seat and a pint at the legendary annual Seething Lane Superbowl Party.

We also have £5 standing room only tickets available.

Tickets available here. 

The venue is just by Tower Hill Tube Station and home to the Monster Screen.

The bar is open until the final tackle (usually around 3.30am) with the kitchen closing at 9pm.

What is the Monster Screen?

1. a large, ugly, and frightening imaginary creature.
2. a thing of extraordinary or daunting size.

Monster Screen
1. Projector screen which can be seen from outer space; found only at the Draft House Seething Lane.
2. May be in contact with aliens. Also used for showing sport to beer-lovers.

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15 Dec 2016,