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Brewhouse & Kitchen in Southsea

I visited the Brewhouse Southsea on a recent Friday afternoon not long after visiting the much smaller Brewhouse in Portsmouth. The major draw of this place seems to be the large beer garden out the front that houses lots of picnic tables that were populated by the young movers and shakers of the area. Along the right-hand side of the garden are four beach huts that can be booked online. The bar, located at the rear of the beer garden, has a counter that runs along the back wall. I counted four hand pumps, two of which were off, and a large craft keg range. I visited as part of a Pubs Galore crawl so we arrived en masse and had to form an orderly queue to the bar. It gave us lots of time to discuss if the décor which resembles an American diner. To the left of the bar area is a separate restaurant which I didn’t visit. In between the bar and the restaurant is the in-house Cockleshell Brewery, which thankfully wasn’t brewing during my visit (I hate the smell).
This is certainly a nice spot for a few beers on a warm and sunny day, but I wouldn’t want to stay too long during inclement weather as the bar area is not very comfortable or interesting.
Reviewed by Steve C

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Phillies of Shawlands in Glasgow
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Partizan Brewery and Tap room. in SE16
A walk underneath the railway lines from the tap rooms on Almond Road will bring you to the other side of the tracks and the larger railway arch occupied by the Partizan Brewery and Tap room. Started in 2012 by a home brewer from Leeds and a brewer who jumped ship from Redemption in Tottenham, with second hand kit passed on from the Kernal Brewery, this is another of the Bermondsey railway arch craft brewers who seem to be doing alright for themselves.
Technically on Raymouth Road their tap room has a decent external space with plenty of bench tables (and obligatory street food van) that you have to walk through to enter the arch. Here there is further inside seating before you get to the bar and then beyond is the brewing kit occupying the end of the arch. Seven of their beers were available on tap with a different mix of styles most at £3.50 for 2/3rds or £5.50 a pint. I tried their porter and X-Ale collaboration with Redemption and both were decent craft offerings.
I enjoyed this tap room as it was more spacious than others visited on the day, had decent toilets (important) an absolutely banging Jazz Funk soundtrack being played at a reasonable volume and a very passable craft porter.
Opening hours for this one are 5pm to 11pm on a Friday and 11am to 8pm every Saturday.
by Steve of N21 at 21:06 on 20 June
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Phillies of Shawlands in Glasgow
1179 Pollokshaws Road
G41 3NH

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[QUOTE=Tris39;101108]Landlord @ £5.30 a pint the other night. The culprit: Windsor Castle[/QUOTE] I've had a rule for many years now for both TT and Batham's to only drink their beers in one of their tied houses. I've only very occasionally broken this rule. If the price of Landlord wasn't advertised in this pub then I would have walked.
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