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Beer of the Week (w/e 19th November 2017) with Real Ale Ray on the Pub Forum


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Image posted by peter ashworth
Submitted on Monday, 23rd November 2015
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Cheeky Jacks in Liverpool

This is now a fully fledged member of the awful Ranelagh St/Charlotte St area nightmare. A noisy karaoke hellhole with cheapish beer-a-likes. Its a dry-dream of pissed up Rita Webb, Peggy Mount and Arthur Mullard lookalikes plus offspring. Nightmare.

Exactly laid out as in Mr Boots's review though the throughway to next door is no more and there is one less keg pump. A DJ stage is on your left as you enter. The 3 unused handpumps are still on the bar.

Now open and called Cheeky Jacks.
Reviewed by Al Bundy

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21st Nov 2017, 18:56
Request to mark pub as open submitted by peter ashworth, with included notes: Now open again
21st Nov 2017, 18:52
Review submitted by Real Ale Ray amended by Real Ale Ray
21st Nov 2017, 18:49
Review submitted by Real Ale Ray
21st Nov 2017, 18:46
Review submitted by aleand heartymore
21st Nov 2017, 18:43
Request to add pub to area Burley by aleand hearty approved

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Will had this pub down as a wildcard on our PG crawl and I have to commend him for such a good choice. The pub opened in 1755 as the George and Dragon and later on became a Gin warehouse. The vaults, which are carved in the sandstone, are still intact in the downstairs cellar.
Another piece of interest is that the pub is built next door to a site of a Roman castle. The arched leaded window openings were also a valid feature to this pub. The central bar, was low in height and had an oak counter, the bar front was painted in a petrol blue colour, along with the rest of the interior woodwork. A collection of wall mounted Austrian clocks gave interest on either side of the outer walls. Another highlight of my visit was the Titanic Plum Porter Grand Reserve, which went down a treat.
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