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Submitted on Wednesday, 9th November 2016
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Duchess of Cambridge in Windsor

A slightly upmarket pub across from Windsor Castle so will attract tourists,knocked through open plan layout but retaing seperate areas. Three McMullens beers on, Duchess, Country Bitter and IPA.
Its Ok but I wouldn't go out of my way to return.
Reviewed by moby duck

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Wetherspoons in Milton Keynes
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submitted by Just a quick pint, then I'm off at 21:12 on 09 December
Golden Smog in Stockton-On-Tees
Hidden down one of the many narrow passageways off Stockton's High Street, this was the town's first micro pub when it opened back in the Summer of 2014. As with most micro pubs, this is a simple single room set up, but the layout varies slightly from the norm, in that the room runs from right to left upon entry, rather than the typical front to back layout of shop-converted micros. The room is bare boarded with the servery along the far left hand wall. The bar has a dark wood counter and an unusual street art-style mural of a gazelle on the bar back, next to a board listing the full range of beers available. Pew and low stools seating has been arranged along the front and rear walls and workmen were attaching a couple of drinking shelves to the external wall to allow for a bit of al-fresco drinking in the passageway. The right hand wall has been decorated with a huge map of the world and has a single drinking shelf of its own. Elsewhere there are lots of fantastic local photos on show, including many images of various Tees bridges. The ceiling has been decorated with the inevitable pump clip collection and I noticed a high shelf full of old beer tankards and various bits of Stockton Town FC memorabilia. The day's papers were available along with various bits of CAMRA literature and local listings papers. A great vinyl collection is kept behind the bar, best viewed through the window when outside, and some top tunes were playing on the turntable at a sensible volume throughout my stay. The landlord was an extremely friendly chap, happy to chat about other Stockton pubs and urging me to get stuck into the marvellous platter he'd laid out on the bar. The barmaid was also very nice, letting me down in a very polite manner when it transpired that I'd wandered into the pub a good twenty minutes before opening time.
The bar supports six handpulls which were dispensing Abbeydale Why Not Give More of a Toss, Five Towns Beauty and the Beast, Three Kings Redwood Tree, Maxim John Bull Stout and two real ciders. The board next to the bar detailed a large bottle range and a decent keg selection, with a lot of Belgian beers available, each with the correct branded glassware. I decided to give the Five Towns a try and I really couldn't fault the quality of my pint at all.
With this being my seventh micro pub of the weekend, I was in two minds as to whether skip this place and try somewhere else, but I'm glad I gave it a go, as it was arguably the pick of the bunch. I found this a very homely and cosy spot to relax over a pint and chat to the friendly staff and locals. There's enough choice at the bar to suit most tastes and I would say this place is a very good asset to the town's pub scene.
by Pub SignMan at 20:12 on 09 December
Sorry purists, have been drawn into the keg side. No I have no reason to apologise, I am quite partial to the odd keg beer, and looking at the clip, this was a little on the odd side. Wild Beer are from Somerset, and a pretty fine brewery. I have sampled ....
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Turtle Bay in Milton Keynes
5 Mortimer Square, The Hub
Milton Keynes
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[QUOTE=oldboots;84635]Bear with it there are some crackers in here, [url]https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/dec/09/top-10-festive-pubs-in-uk-for-christmas-drinks?CMP=share_btn_tw[/url][/QUOTE] It's three for me the Marble Arch, Cambridge Blue and Whitelocks, only the Cambridge Blue visited in recent years. I thought it was four but the Newcastle Cumberland I've beer to is in Byker. I've never even heard of Ouseburn.
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