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hondo . left this review about Alehouse

Located close to the river. Beer from bath ales, courage, fuller's and smith's. Some Rugby memorabilia on the walls

On 6th October 2011 - no rating submitted
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Blackthorn _ left this review about Alehouse

A tiny single room bar on a street corner near the abbey, although there is also a downstairs bar which is open in the evenings. The pub itself is a traditional layout with a bar in one corner, bench seating around the edge, some wood panelling and large windows on two sides.

A real (gas) fire was blazing away which was a nice touch on a freezing December afternoon. There are a couple of fruit machines in one corner with a plasma mounted up above, although this was not in use on our visit. The back of the bar is a very ornate wooden carving and there was some Bath Rugby memorabilia dotted around such as signed team photos and shirts. This is one of the nearest pubs to their ground, and gets packed on match days I would imagine.

Despite the name of the pub, the beer selection was fairly pedestrian with Jem, Courage Best and London Pride behind the bar. Ciders were Blackthorn and Gaymer’s Pear.

On 8th December 2010 - rating: 6
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Malden man left this review about Alehouse

A smallish room on the ground floor with the slightly curved bar to one end. Carpeted, red ceiling and skirting boards, the bar gantry is constructed of brass pipework with globe lights. There was a roaring fire going in the tiled fireplace. Bath Rugby photos and various rugby scarves behind the bar. A TV on a high shelf was switched off on the Tuesday evening, but there was some rather loud music playing of the so called R&B type.
Cash only, no cards, so the sign said.
Seating at covered benches and stools at small round tables. Three on, Pride, Courage Best and Bath Ales Gem.
A fairly ordinary, routine town centre pub I felt, no frills but perfectly acceptable. I didn't visit the cellar bar.

On 20th November 2010 - rating: 6
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5th Nov 2013, 17:34
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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 20 November 2010 by hondo .

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