HAVE A FUN-FILLED SUMMER IN THE SUN We asked our readers to review their favourite pubs that serve Honey Dew Beer. We picked out the best and here are the finalists: The Pilot Inn, Greenwich Just a throw-ins distance from the David Beckham Soccer Academy. Survivor of the Blitz and the Millennium Dome development. Nestled between new-build flats and the O2 car park, the Pilot Inn sits at the end of a picturesque Georgian terrace in North Greenwich. Like a pint of Organic Honey Dew, its a refreshing piece of tradition amid a sea of modernity. The classic country-pub interior gives way to a secluded beer garden. Here you are suddenly out of the city - a place where time seems to slow down to country pace. Relax with friends over one of the Pilot Inns speciality cheese plates. Washed down, of course, with a few glasses of Honey Dew. Henry Gomm, Battersea Its easy to see why people love Honey Dew. www.metro.co.uk/honeydewbeer Britains favourite organic beer. ve alists::: Light, golden and refreshing with a bitter-sweet flavour, Honey Dew is a naturally palatable brew. Its made from entirely organic material and is Soil Association approved. Served chilled, it offers both refreshment and an unbeatable taste. Honey Dew appeals to a wide range of people, even if you dont consider yourself a beer drinker! Honey Dew can be drunk with ice and even served with a wedge of lime to bring out its zesty edge. Look out for Honey Dew on draught and in bottle. WINNER The Approach, Bethnal Green The Approach ticks every box - great beer, great food, a judiciously stocked juke box and traditional, yet slightly quirky, comfort whether you eat inside or in the spacious front beer garden. The crowd is more comfortable than cool - locals of all ages predominate but there are also enough trendy youngsters to belie this boozers position, just a mile from Shoreditch. And everyone seems to enjoy the sweet refreshing taste of Honey Dew! Nathan Oley, Bethnal Green The Anglers, Teddington The ever-flowing, awakening sounds of the River Thames provide a suitable atmosphere to enjoy the organic and tasteful flavours of Honey Dew at The Anglers in Teddington Lock. Warm, green and inviting - the large outdoor garden is a must for any visitor and a perfect setting to relax with a pint and soak up the summer rays in peace. Simon Morgan, Dunstable, Beds The Spaniards, Hampstead Heath The Spaniards is a great pub to visit, whether you have been for a walk on Hampstead Heath, or a visit to Kenwood House or youre looking at the real-life property porn in streets like The Bishops Avenue. Old, historic and genuine, it has the feel of a local pub in the country as it is a little out of the way. The pub garden is a delight in the spring and summer. Good real ale, as well as the excellent Honey Dew, rewards your visit, as does the decent food. Take time to soak up the history - links with Dick Turpin, perhaps, and with the Spanish Ambassador in an age gone by. Lester May, Camden Town RUNNERS UP ADVERTISEMENT index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html