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The Beehive, Liverpool

14 Mount Pleasant
Liverpool
L3 5RY

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Al Bundy left this review about The Beehive

Sadly this part of town is now karaoke central. However the 3 on this stretch very rarely have karaoke on, especially of an afternoon. This pub is a likeable pub without being great. The smallish single room is very traditional and you will usually find the older members of the drinking spectrum in here. It is connected to the next door pub, Rileys, by a shared covered outside area at the rear. No real ales available.

On 17th December 2018 - rating: 6
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Real Ale Ray left this review about The Beehive

Unfortunatly this part of town has become a lot quieter than previously, but the Beehive has still managed to hold out, as it still retains its regulars and still gets busy at the weekend. Lots of keg, still no cask.

On 16th June 2013 - rating: 7
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Peter Rydings left this review about The Beehive

Always spotlessly clean worth a look to see the memorabilia on the walls

On 15th December 2012 - rating: 7
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Old Boots left this review about The Beehive

Largely art nouveau décor in tiles and plaster work, older woodwork remains plus some etched glass, mirrors and a bareboard floor. The walls are covered with photos of film stars from the 1930s to the fifties, there is also a collection of 1950 record sleeves. A two part pub, there is little seating in the front bar, home to the keg only bar counter, plenty of standing room and a drinking shelf down the side wall. Further back there are benches, tables and stools although a bit limited in capacity it being a fairly thin pub. There is a fairly luxorious smoking area outside at the back. One of several pubs around Lime Street that would be absolute gems if the choice of beer was wider.

On 4th June 2010 - no rating submitted
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