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Totally Tapped in Nottingham

I have been in here several times since it opened and am always warmly greeted by the slightly crazy Kiwi that mans the bar. The beer is always good, with the majority coming from Totally Brewed. The brewery uses the micro to trial its new brews, although this might stop when the new tap opens on Canning Circus in Nottingham. Always worth popping in for a pint on a crawl round Beeston, they also do decent wine and coffee if you really must.
Reviewed by Mark Davey

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24th Jan 2018, 09:01
Request to add pub to area Edinburgh Central by ROB Camra approved
24th Jan 2018, 09:01
Request to add pub to area Edinburgh Central by ROB Camra
24th Jan 2018, 08:05
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24th Jan 2018, 00:09
Request to add pub to area West End by Just a quick pint, then I'm off approved
24th Jan 2018, 00:09
Request to add pub to area West End by Just a quick pint, then I'm off

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O'Neill's in Manchester
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submitted by peter ashworth at 22:01 on 22 January
The Mast & Rigging in Gillingham
A new-build Marston's pub in a clean modern design on former wasteland which was once part of the docks complex. It sits between Asda and the new dockside development but has a surprisingly large amount of space around it. There is plenty of parking, both on the pub's own site and at Asda. There is a children's play area at the front, and there is a modern garden which is fine for families and smokers. The single bar is large and open plan, L-shaped, with tiled flooring and a low counter at the apex, ad there were a couple of TV screens placed discreetly around the walls. The manager looked familiar, possibly from running another pub in the area, but I couldn't quite place him. He seemed to know what he was doing, but the same couldn't be said for the gobby young barman whose 'banter' bordered on the disrespectful. The waiting staff were inexperienced and inefficient, seemingly unaware of the concept of customer service. The diners had brought gangs of unruly children with them to ensure no-one fell asleep over their beer. Food was the usual Marston's stuff, largely unappealing. Ales on were Hobgoblin, Wainwright's, Fortyniner and one other |I forgot to record. Actually not bad as these places go.
by E TA at 08:01 on 24 January
William Younger had been early to the Pale Ale game and even built a new brewery specifically to brew the style. Their initial brews were quite similar to Burton versions. In 1858 XXP had an OG of 1059º and was hopped at a massive 21 lbs per quarter, 5 lbs per ....
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[QUOTE=oldboots;91307]Surely the "on the other hand" or alternative is the status quo? If the Resolutions don't get the 70% yes vote, and it's not just open to the votes of the beards in the room but every member who can be arsed, then the current situation stays in place for good or ill. [/QUOTE] Sure, I get that. My point was that the "answers" to the FAQs were simply putting forward the argument for supporting the changes. Where's the argument for not making any changes?
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