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The Bottled Note, Middlesbrough

Pub added by Real Ale Ray
55-57 Borough Rd
Middlesbrough
TS1 3AA

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Old Boots left this review about The Bottled Note

Square shaped micro round corner from the famous Baker St, in standard Teesside style, a stripped out terrace house. Four pulls with local brews, a few non-standard kegs and a reasonable compliment of spirits and bottled beers. It has its own branded lager. There is piped music and the seating has some bench but mostly tables and chairs. 10% discount on cask with a boro season ticket. Apparently next door is part of the same business and opens in the evenings as a wine/cocktail bar.

On 14th April 2019 - no rating submitted
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custodian 42 left this review about The Bottled Note

One room with bar to left rear. Four hand pumps, one not on. Various craft selections. Fridge with cans & bottles. Worth a return.

On 25th July 2018 - rating: 5
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Real Ale Ray left this review about Bottled Note

A good sized bar this one, selling an extensive range of Belgium and American bottled beers. This bar also had four handpumps with three in use on our visit. There was also a few Belgian beers on draught and a huge selection of gins. The owner was very chatty on our Saturday lunchtime visit and gave us good advice when choosing an ale on handpump. We went for the Camerons Road Crew, which was a pale beer and it was well hopped.

On 28th July 2017 - rating: 7
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