Verulam Arms

41 Lower Dagnall Street, Verulam, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4QE
Produce is sourced or foraged from the local area and served on the varied menu of this lively pub.
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  • Beer garden
  • Cocktail bar
  • Dogs allowed
  • Family friendly
  • Food
  • Real ale
  • Real fire

The Foragers are a group of hunters and gatherers based in St Albans. They hunt game and forage wild plants, fruits and fungi from the wild and cook them up at their Wild Food Pub The Verulam Arms – a cosy Victorian local nestled in the shadow of St Albans Cathedral

The Foragers at The Verulam Arms
The Foragers are a group of hunters and gatherers based in St Albans. They hunt game and forage wild plants, fruits and fungi from the wild and cook them up at their Wild Food Pub The Verulam Arms – a cosy Victorian local nestled in the shadow of St Albans Cathedral.


As well as a serving a menu of locally-hunted game and seasonally foraged fruit, plants and mushrooms, the pub offers a wide selection of craft beers and real ales (20 taps in total), including 3 beers brewed onsite in The Foragers’ microbrewery. There’s also a menu of wild foraged cocktails, homemade herbal liqueurs, a range boutique spirits, and a list of interesting wines from small European producers.

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Countryfile

Published on 20/11/2017 [Expired]

The Verulam Arms featured on this week's Countryfile with Richard and George showing presenter Sean their famous foraging skills. The team then headed back to the pub to make some wild cocktail bitters from the foraged herbs, roots, barks and mushrooms. George also cooked and served up a…

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