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Surbiton pub gets fresh look plus new craft beer range & draught cocktails

The Capital Pub Company has unveiled the new look for large gastropub The Grove in Surbiton, south-west London.

The imposing pub on the corner of Grove and Maple Roads has undergone a swift nip and tuck, and looks very much the sharper for it.

The team at the Grove has introduced a new and expansive craft beer range, catering to every taste. From a punchy, strong blond in the shape of Delerium Tremens, to the subtle and more driving-frendly Small Beer lager, they have got all bases covered.

The newly painted colours are bright and cheerful both inside and out, and allow the Grove to fully embody its position as a fun and lively community pub.

The popular winter menu is back, retaining their favourite classic dishes, including Charter pie, IPA battered fish & chips and Moving Mountains vegan burger with skin-on fries.

As if all that wasn't enough, the newest addition to the front bar comes in the form of draught cocktails. Customers can order an Espresso or Passionfruit aka Pornstar Martini at the Grove and can now expect to it to arrive in double quick time.