Where to watch the Six Nations: A venue guide for non-drinkers

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Where to watch the Six Nations: A venue guide for non-drinkers

Like many of our favourite sporting events, the Six Nations is an event best enjoyed in the company of good friends. And as the number of people looking to keep clear heads around the country increases, pubs and bars showing the games are starting to offer better, healthier options to quench the fans’ thirsts.

This little list shows pubs and bars that we know of that are guaranteed to be serving Real, meaning people looking for a non-alc option can enjoy the Six Nations without having to resort to sugary soft drinks.

If you’re a Real Kombucha stockist showing the Six Nations and you’d like us to add you to this list, drop us a line and let us know.

Real Six Nations Stockists

In London, we’re aware of the following stockists serving Real and showing the Six Nations games.

The Crown and Treaty

Uxbridge
crownandtreaty.com

A gorgeous, historic fun with great food, great drinks (especially non-alcoholics) and every scrum, lineout and kick beamed live.

The Durell Arms

Fulham
durellarmsfulham.com

A real local community hub, great for food and drink (try their Tokyo Wings… to die for!) and for getting stuck into the rugby with other passionate fans.

The Folly

Monument
drakeandmorgan.co.uk/the-folly/

A beautiful bar in The City with an escapist vibe – ideal for hunkering down away from it all and giving your undivided attention to the big men on the screen.

The Lillie Langtry

West Brompton
www.thelillielangtry.co.uk

One of West London’s hidden gems, featuring a Victorian Cocktail bar, some truly scrumptious snackage (see above) and those all-important games in full.

The Longarm Pub & Brewery

Shoreditch
longarmpub.co.uk

This place is all about innovation, combining a traditional brewery with a modern sports bar approach… and serving some of the finest non-alcoholic drinks in the business!

Market Halls Fulham 

Fulham
www.markethalls.co.uk/market/fulham

You thought it was all about the food, but this month it’s all about the games. No reason why you shouldn’t combine the two, of course. Market Halls Fulham: the rugby-lover-cum-foodie’s paradise.

The Mere Scribbler

Streatham
themerescribbler.co.uk

Rugby, Real Kombucha and authentic Italian pizzas in a trad-pub setting. What’s not to love? Get involved!

Morts Wine Bar

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Great food, superb wine, the best non-alcoholic alternative to a sparkling wine, and all the Six Nation games you could possibly desire. If you’re in the area, make it Morts!

Walton on Thames
www.mortswinebar.co.uk

The Old Dairy

Crouch Hill
www.theolddairyn4.co.uk

Like most of the pubs and bars on this list, you’ll need to book to get yourself a table at this lush, Grade II listed building in North London. Call now!

The Vine

Kentish Town
www.thevinenw5.co.uk

This one’s got a legendary beer garden, so perhaps start praying for a bit of sunshine. Either way, the big screen will be on and the non-alcs flowing.

The White Haus

Farringdon
www.thewhitehaus.co.uk

Central London’s White Haus is all about the ski life. Yes… you read that correctly. Explore their cosy corners and vintage cable cars, and get warmed up for some great rugby. Match day snacks aplenty!

 

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