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Submitted on Sunday, 6th November 2016
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King Sedgemoor Inn in Bridgwater

Adjacent to the Premier Inn, this modern Brewer’s Fayre purpose-built chain outlet is convenient for the main road into Bridgwater. It lacks any kind of character, but the staff do what they can to make you feel welcome. The usual clientele were present – commercial travellers, a family with a noisy child, the sole PuG-reporting motorcyclist and what looked like a blind date couple in their late 50s in the corner trying to flirt with each other. The only ale on was Doombar, which was in sub-average condition but still drinkable. OK as a pit-stop to save you from having to go into the town.
Reviewed by E TA

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The George Hotel in Axminster
Renovated and reopened after several years of neglect, this former coaching inn in the town centre has been tastefully restored, the ground floor opened out to form a single large bar with wood flooring and a smaller dining area at one side with a brick fireplace. There is a car park at the back, part of which has been cordoned off with railway sleepers to form a paved outside seating area, though it’s a bit noisy due to the traffic and the view is sadly lacking. It once again offers B&B. Food is good value, basic bistro food well cooked. There were 6 handpumps on the bar, with three ales: Doombar, Otter Bitter and Exmoor Gold, all in very good condition. There was also a boxed cider and two keg beers from Sharps. Bowls of water were provided for dogs. The staff were very pleasant, and the locals were a decent bunch. A pretty good pub, worth the effort to visit, and I’d like to try the B&B sometime.
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[QUOTE=london calling;104161]Although I have had a few good pints of Sussex it tends to be very inconsistent according to Harveys drinkers in my local.[/QUOTE] I think that probably says much more about the pub(s) concerned, not the beer, brewer or brewery. Harvey's (Sussex) is completely ubiquitous in my part of the world (apart from the Shepherd Neame and Greene King tied houses), and over many decades I can't recall ever having a bad pint of it any pub that keeps a good cellar. My understanding is that the brewery won't sell to any freehouse where problems are reported because there are so many others beyond the East Sussex / West Kent core area looking to stock it.
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