German Kraft Brewery Taproom

A brewer with a taproom at food market Mercato Metropolitano, serving high-quality German-inspired beers that are unfiltered and unpasteurised, without additives or preservatives. The brewery's water-distillation and mineralisation process also enables them to direct waste heat and energy to cooling tanks and use waste water for cleaning.

42 Newington Causeway, SE1 6DR;

Gipsy Hill Brewery Taproom

A brewery and taproom in Gipsy Hill, which holds regular events dedicated to raising funds for a chosen charity or community project. Once a month it donates all profits from a dedicated tap on the bar to its chosen charity of the month. The taproom is also designed with accessibility in mind; a quarter of the bar is lowered, allowing wheelchairs users to be served at an appropriate height.

160 Hamilton Road, SE27 9SF;

Hiver Beer Taproom

The London taproom of Sussex-based brewer Hiver, which only sources raw honey from independent British beekeepers and local suppliers to produce its range of traditional honey beer, also donating 10% of profits to pollinator charities.

56 Stanworth Street, SE1 3NY;

Ignition Brewery Taproom

A Lewisham brewery and taproom, which employs and trains people with learning disabilities to brew and serve quality beer and is vocal in paying the London Living Wage to all of its trainee brewers.

44A Sydenham Rd, SE26 5QX;

Long Arm Pub & Brewery

A sustainably minded pub equipped with its very own aquaponics farm that makes uses of an innovative Tank Fresh system, meaning the ever-changing selection of the group's own craft beers on tap are all brewed on-site and have a zero or negative carbon footprint.

20-26 Worship Street, EC2A 2DX;

Small Beer Co. Taproom

The taproom and event space from low-alcohol beer brewer Small Beer Co., which has reduced the amount of water used in its brewing process from as much as ten pints to only one and a half pints of water per pint of beer, and whose electricity comes from 100% renewable energy sources.

70-72 Verney Road, SE16 3DH;

The Culpeper

The Culpeper utilises a scenic rooftop garden to grow its very own ingredients, incorporating the fresh produce in a number of dishes and cocktails. Free-range meat and responsibly sourced fish round off the rest of the environmentally conscious menu.

40 Commercial Street, E1 6LP;

The Duke of Cambridge

Britain's first (and only) certified organic pub, dishing out ethically grown, high-quality grub to Islington's locals using ingredients from Devon's Riverford farm, with a daily changing menu to accommodate grass-reared meat and sustainable fish alongside the freshest veg available.

30 St Peter's Street, N1 8JT;

The Roebuck

A food-forward pub in Borough and a hub for the sustainable food community in London, all of the pub's meat and much of the vegetables are gathered from the nearby Gill Wing Farm, with fish supplier Southbank Fish ensuring that only responsibly sourced fish is available on the menu.

50 Great Dover Street, SE1 4YG;

The Spread Eagle

London's first fully vegan pub from the team behind Club Mexicana, with an all-vegan spread of food and drinks. Ingredients, fixtures and furniture is sourced sustainably where possible, with an additional rotating selection of cask ales specially brewed without the inclusion of finings, making them 100% vegan.

224 Homerton High Street, E9 6AS;