In fact the Vauxhall branch is their biggest, with a bottle shop on Albert Embankment, outside seating facing Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens (above), and a massive tap room with 33 different beers on tap under the railway arch in between:
Great news for lovers of craft beers like us, but it’s not cheap. The first we heard of Mother Kelly’s coming to Vauxhall was this tweet:
Whilst I enthusiastically welcome Mother Kelly's to Vauxhall, we have now reached a new threshold of £13.50 a pint. pic.twitter.com/lDpGIvEGLo
— Fiona Mackenzie (@fionamacmac) August 18, 2017
Craft beer for people who live in towerblocks designed by Versace, you might think. But the beers were great and the atmosphere was welcoming so we’ll be back.
Here’s the bottle shop:
They also sell Mother Kelly’s merch:
When we were there, their food offering was meat boards (£10), veg boards (£7.50), cheese boards (£9.50), chocolate boards (£6.50), olives and bread, and sandwiches, but they also host food trucks.
Mother Kelly’s, 76 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TP
+44 (0) 20 7091 9779