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The Lammastide Inn, Berkeley

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New Brookend
Brookend
Postal town: Berkeley
GL13 9SF
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Blackthorn _ left this review about The Lammastide Inn

A somewhat remote pub in a small, isolated village, it was populated almost entirely by locals on our visit, probably unsurprisingly given it’s location, but the barman seemed friendly enough and there were a few punters propping up the bar as well as a few more punters sitting down to a late Sunday lunch.

Internally it consists of one main bar with a smaller room off to the left that looks to be more geared up for dining. Décor wise it’s fairly traditional and perhaps slightly dated with patterned carpet on the floor and rough plasterwork on the walls, either painted cream or khaki green. A raised area was up a couple of steps at the front set in to the bay window with some wooden balustrade separating it from the rest of the pub. A few copper pots and pans were hung on the wall as well as a couple of farming implements which seemed appropriate given the pub’s name and rural location. The large wood panelled bar had a large collection of bank notes pinned up above it, whilst a free standing and dual aspect brick chimney breast separated the bulk of the pub from the dining area. Unfortunately there was only a gas fire in here however.

Beers on tap were Wye Valley Bitter, Wickwar Falling Star, Bass and Proper Job. Cider’s meanwhile were Pagett’s Cotswold Cider, Thatcher’s Gold and Thatcher’s Haze.

On 11th August 2017 - rating: 6
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Thuck Phat left this review about The Lammastide Inn

The Lammastide Inn is in the small and quiet village of Brookend close to the Severn Estuary. It all feels pretty isolated.
Having said that the pub seems to attract decent custom and was busy on our damp Wednesday evening visit. The initial attraction was the food which is good quality, home cooked and decent value but the bar is resolutely pubby with stools for drinkers while the diners tend to drift to the left where tables are all set.
The fixtures and fittings are traditionally pubby too with a collection of banknotes and pump clips behind the bar and various local maps and old photographs of local sports teams on the walls.
The service was efficient and friendly with the landlady welcoming and quietly sipping a rose in a quiet moment.
Seven handpumps displayed a perry, Bass x2, Wye Valley Bitter x2, Old Hooky and GWB Bees Knees. A dull selection but the Bass was in decent shape.
Probably the best bet locally for a decent pint and something to eat. I'd happily revisit.

On 22nd June 2016 - rating: 6
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Bucking Fastard left this review about The Lammastide Inn

The name relates to a pagan festival and has nothing to do with tidal conditions in the Severn Estuary which is in the valley below.It's in the 2016 GBG ,which drew the midweek evening visit but on arrival it is clear that the food offering is the main attraction here,with the carpark quite busy on steak night,where for two grill meals a bottle of wine is thrown in.Once food service had finished later in the evening,a few local drinkers drifted it ,to give more of a pubby feel.
The interior has a mix of furniture near the entrance,a raised section opposite the bar along a front window,and a side arch to a restaurant.Above the fireplace by the bar is the list of daily specials,and you can sit anywhere to eat,while people who just want to drink can use any unlaid table around the bar area ,or pertch on a bar stool.
The welcome was friendly with the landlady very much in charge and directing her young female staff in a professional manner.Customer service was very attentive.The menu covered a reasonable selection of dishes and the cooking was high quality and good value with mains generally in the £10-15 range,some small bite options were available.
The real ale selection was not overly exciting ,Bass (£3.30) is a regular but my first pint had been lingering in the pipes a little too long,successive pints were in much better condition.Of the 7 handpumps,a perry was offered on one,the Wye Valley Bitter and Bass were double clipped while Old Hooky and a Great Western Honey Beer didn't set the pulse racing .Higher marks would have been awarded with a better range of real ale,but given the options in the local area ,this is still the best place for a pint and a decent meal.A good walk from the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal but worth making the effort.

On 18th June 2016 - rating: 7
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Cam & Dursley, 6.17 miles, 1 hr 59 min walk (show)
Stonehouse, 10.86 miles, 3 hr 29 min walk (show)
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  • Accommodation : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Bar Billiards : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Beer Festivals : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Beer Garden : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • CAMRA Discount : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Car Park : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Child Friendly : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Darts : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Dog Friendly : Yes - Definitely in gardens - last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Function Room : No - Marquee can be erected in garden for functions. - last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Live Music : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Live TV Sports : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Micropub : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Pinball : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Pool Table : No last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
  • Real Cider : Yes - Perry on my visit - last updated 18 June 2016 by Bucking Fastard
  • Wheelchair Access : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
  • WiFi : Yes last updated 26 May 2016 by Jonathan Wilde
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