Joe Rogers

Where to find the best Guinness in London

Pints worth trying on St Patrick's Day and beyond

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Gibney's in Old Street [Lateef Photography]

London has always been dogged by the canard that the Guinness here can’t compete with what’s served across the Irish Sea. It is certainly difficult – perhaps impossible – to replicate the quality of the pints in Mulligan’s on Dublin’s Poolbeg Street, or at the Gravediggers by Glasnevin Cemetery. However, there are pubs here that do it admirably – if you know where to look.

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