The Mason’s Arms, on London’s Battersea Park Road, has re-opened its doors following an extensive two-month refurbishment.
The Fuller’s pub, in the heart of Battersea, now offers a larger range of beers and has an extensive food menu.
The pub is now painted a shade of turquoise. The interior boasts exposed walls and a selection of historical artefacts sourced from the local area, with vibrant pops of colour giving a modern feel.
The Mason’s Arms is billed as a beer-lover’s paradise, with some 60 beers available. The bar has 23 draught lines — 20 keg and three cask — with space for 15 rotational beers.
Keeping things local, the team from the pub have worked with Battersea-based brewers Mondo to brew their own exclusive beer, Local Treasure, a 4.0% ABV cream ale. They also have a number of USA beers available, something for their American neighbours at the Embassy down the road. And there’s the full range of Fuller’s beers available.
General manager, Simon Townsend, and his team will be hosting tap takeover events, with the first one this month featuring Leeds brewer Northern Monk, and another scheduled in November with Siren Brewery.
Head chef, Jon Stewart, has created a menu of British pub classics combined with interesting new dishes , with plenty of options for meat-free diners. There’s also a selection of bar snacks.
Fred Turner, retail director at Fuller’s, said: “We are delighted with the scheme at The Mason’s Arms. It’s a fantastic pub in a thriving part of London. The new look certainly draws you in, and the food, beer and atmosphere will keep you there.
“It’s a great example of a true British pub, with a focus on fantastic beer and top-quality food — surely a winning combination in anyone’s eyes.”