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The Infant Hercules in Middlesbrough

This is one of five micropubs in a very small area. It broke the guidelines by having a silent TV with subtitles and a 90s Britpop soundtrack playing. It's been more than well described below so the three beers available were Tyne Bank Northern Porter, Three Brothers Red Revolution and Springhead Roaring Meg. I went for the Roaring Meg (£2.80 including discount) which was in good nick and excellent value. This was probably my favourite of the five. It's also the only one with CAMRA discount.
Reviewed by Aqualung .

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The Duke in Richmond
You enter into a wooden floored bar area with wooden tables and chairs and a large banquette to the front,further back opposite the bar there is a rank of high tables by a mirrored wall,with a seperate square dining room to the side.The open kitchen is in one corner ,with the chef turning out decent food.There are lunchtime specials at £6.50 which seemed great value,there is a shortish menu with small bite and main meals (£10-£15) and the lunch I had was very decent,it deserves it's gastro label.
On the ale front there are 3 handpumps drawing on my trip Doom Bar,Sambrooks Wandle and Twickenham Grandstand (murky but drinkable).An unexciting range.The 10 keg taps had a lot of the usdual dross,but some craft beers from the likes of Siren Craft and Harviestoun but I wasnt convinced that much care was being taken here on the beer front.
Not a natural for a real ale visit,but decent food if that's your market.My lunchtime visit did not allow the views that previous reviewers enjoyed.
by Bucking Fastard at 20:02 on 23 February
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submitted by Alex Conway
The paucity of pubs in SE London has lead to an unbelievable list for CAMRA poty. Perhaps they have a time-out before previous winners can be considered again, or maybe good places like the Blythe opt out, but the list includes Brockley Talbot and, wait for it, Brockley Barge! Yikes!
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