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The Watchmakers Arms

The Watchmakers Arms

HoveEast Sussex

Recommended by Steve C

Opening daily at midday I had a few minute wait for the doors to open on Saturday just gone. This is a well-to-do area, and it was a the best day of the year for the weather, so I didn’t mind a bit of people watching. The Watchmakers Arms is a lamina... [more>]
The Black Lion Inn

The Black Lion Inn

RiponNorth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

Planning to be open by September after a community buy out. See https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-68716100.
The Railway

The Railway

BirminghamWest Midlands

Recommended by Ian Mapp

Surprisingly on a Pub Trail detailed on the Birmingham CAMRA web site. I genuinely cannot think why - its grim looking on the outside, slightly more comfortable on the inside. A cavernous place, with TV Screens on every wall. Two cask on and the Pu... [more>]
Privilege

Privilege

UttoxeterStaffordshire

Recommended by Steve C

Privilege is a small café bar and lounge that I visited not long before closing, must have been just after 21:00, so a 21:30 close on a Thursday evening. There were a few people in and a large group were turned away so it must be a strict licensing r... [more>]
The Water Bridge

The Water Bridge

UttoxeterStaffordshire

Recommended by Steve C

The Water Bridge is a Table Table run pub next to Uttoxeter’s Premier Inn on the A50 to the north of the town. In fact an annex for the hotel is in the same building, so my room was actually above the pub. A small seating area aimed at drinkers is fo... [more>]
Pickerel Inn

Pickerel Inn

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Will Larter

A nice old coaching inn - they use the date 1608 for their menu boxes and as the name of their house beer, but as mentioned by a previous reviewer, the frontage is a lot later than that. A corner of the bar counter is in the front room, but some of t... [more>]
Royal Standard

Royal Standard

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Will Larter

An unusual pub with an extension tacked onto the front, whose tiles are echoed in the bar counter which is facing as you enter. It's a traditional bar, but with two sets of hand pumps, three at either end. I got the impression this was more like a ca... [more>]
The Kingston Arms

The Kingston Arms

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Will Larter

A traditional backstreet local, with dramatic white arches over the front windows and door. It has been under new ownership since February 2023 (see website for details). One of the front windows has an incongruous Warm Beer etched into it, while ano... [more>]
The Dapple Grey

The Dapple Grey

UttoxeterStaffordshire

Recommended by Steve C

Dapple Grey is a large L-shaped Marstons pub with a long central L-shaped bar counter that supports standard and premium keg alongside four hand pumps that were doubled up with Hobgoblin Gold and Pedigree. There’s lots of seating geared towards dinin... [more>]
The Steeplechase

The Steeplechase

UttoxeterStaffordshire

Recommended by Steve C

The Steeplechase has a mix of standard and high tables across the front windows and a bar counter that supports standard and premium keg up the left-hand wall. More high tables are found in the centre of the pub and in the right rear are some standar... [more>]
The Maypole

The Maypole

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Will Larter

This has to be one of Cambridge's must do real ale pubs. It's a post war rebuild on the site of a much older pub called the Plume of Feathers, according to some photos and information I saw on the wall in the main room. There were eight hand pumps on... [more>]
The Elm Tree

The Elm Tree

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Will Larter

This is a Charles Wells pub, but most of the beers on the bar are from anywhere but. Just one beer from their new brewery, Brewpoint: a "fresh IPA" (whatever that means) called Anchorman (NBSS 3.5). See photos for the other six beers on when I was he... [more>]
Champion of the Thames

Champion of the Thames

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Will Larter

On a previous visit to Cambridge I missed going to this pub, but I can't remember if this was due to time being short or just the avoidance of Greene King pubs. Nowadays I'm usually on the look out for pubs on Camra's list of heritage interiors, of w... [more>]
The Ship

The Ship

SW18London (Greater)

Recommended by Tris C

I visited a long time ago, probably about 34 years, I guess. Situated a few hundred yards east of the Western Riverside Refuse and Recycling Centre and not that accessible, I didn't go into the pub except to use the loo, but remember sitting with sev... [more>]
The Free Press

The Free Press

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Will Larter

It was quite busy in here soon after leaving the Elm Tree, which had been quiet. It's probably just a matter of timing, but the crowd in this pub seemed a lot younger than the other, and it could be they're attracted by the food offering. My photo of... [more>]
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