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Submitted on Sunday, 25th August 2013
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Russell Arms in Cheltenham

As below, this is a run-down jade-coloured cube plonked on the corner of Hales Road and Upper Park Street, which necessitates a neon 'open' sign to reassure the public that the establishment is still a going concern. Access is to the left of the building under a covered smoking area, with the bar facing slightly towards the left of the entrance as one enters. The layout is a straightened lightning bolt shape internally, with the bar forming the central portion, a pool room (and access to toilets) forming one of the bolts to the left and a seated area the other, ahead to the right. The interior is lighted by blue-coloured fairy lights, and without any other real stand-out light, gives off a rather dim appearance internally. A fruit machine, quizzer, horse racing photos and large flat-screen TV complete the limited décor. There's no real ale on tap, Toby Bitter on keg and bottled Hobgoblin being the only concession to ale drinkers. I opted for a pint of Carlsberg which chimed in at a mere £2.50. This was a brief highlight of my stay along with the music channel ('Vintage TV') which played tunes by RHCP and The Smiths during my brief sojourn.
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Looking for the finest pub in Leek and after a couple of false starts (Black Swan had all the real ale pumps turned around. Bird in Hand had some very strange music blasting away), I came to the red lion.

Classy interior. Four real ales - two from Hydes brewery. They let me have a sample of the Crown Golden and it was superb. Then I was equally surprised by the low price - £2.80.

Excellent place.

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[QUOTE=Wittenden;79637]A good 'un going on over at Ron's:[url]http://barclayperkins.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/english-ipa.html[/url][/QUOTE] I've no idea what this bloke is on about with the table of Original and Final Gravities and ABV. The Whitbread IPA at an OG of 1049 could easily end up at 5% ABV but he goes on to claim below that today a beer in the same strength class would have an OG of around 1035. Anyone with any knowledge of brewing would know that you would struggle to get a 4% ABV beer from a 1035 OG let alone 5%. I really don't see exactly what his point is.
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