Welcome to The Mitre an old but newly refurbished pub in East Richmond. It is a pub for all seasons serving an ever changing and eclectic mix of real ales and real ciders from independent producers. You can be assured of cold beer or cider if you prefer and a warm welcome in an easy going and relaxing atmosphere!
Chris has worked in the hospitality business for 20+ years. He is passionate about serving good ales to discerning customers. He wants to develop The Mitre as a hub of the local community, a place where friends meet In a convivial atmosphere. He is also an aficionado of good music.
Bob is the Go-to guy for a hearty welcome and good conversation. It is said he can talk the back legs off a donkey.
20 St Mary's Grove
Richmond Upon Thames
Nearest station North Sheen
As and when we have events at The Mitre we will keep you up to date here.
We are working hard on coming up with new happenings to keep you entertained so stay tuned!
The Mitre was originally built as a coach house in 1860’s by a Church Charity that owns a number of buildings in the area. It was meant to service the passing coach trade, having stables at the back of the inn. As new modes of travel became popular, the site was adapted to reflect this. Thus the Mitre Pub came into being.
It has remained like this for the last 150 years or so. The pub and surrounding buildings now constitute a conservation area. At one stage recently, it was owned by Young’s Brewery but reverted to the ownership of the Church Charity in 2012. It expressly intends to keep the pub as a thriving local facility.
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We have an extensive range of well kept real stouts which are rotated on a regular basis.
If we find some that are very popular, then we will supply these as favourites, on tap all the time.
We have an extensive range of well kept real ales which are rotated on a regular basis.
If we find some that are very popular, then we will supply these as favourites, on tap all the time. The ales are cask conditioned as this is the best way to prepare them for drinking.
The secondary fermentation in the cask will give the ale a gentle carbonation. This prevents the bloating you get with mass produced beers.
With names like Foxwhelp, Albemarle Pippin,Slack Ma Girdle, Ashmeade Kernel, Sweet Coppin,Chisel Jersey, Hangy Down, the varieties of apples that go into the craft ciders we sell, are exquisitely appealing.
How could you not want to sample some of them?
They are usually supplied by the box. Some of them are cask condoned for that slight fizziness.
At The Mitre your feedback is greatly appreciated. Please take the time to contact us and let us know how we are doing. Also, if you have any new beer suggestions, let us know. Thank you for taking the time to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.
Tel: 0208 940 1336