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Activity for 11th June 2024

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White Horse Inn

White Horse Inn

HighbridgeSomerset

Recommended by E TA

The layout is much as described by Blackthorn, below, though the decor has been updated. There is a small counter with cakes, and an industrial coffee machine now occupies part of the bar. They have added background music, perhaps at Blackthorn's s... [more>]
Legends

Legends

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by ROB Camra

A very different experience compared to Blue Scrumpy below, but then I was here on a Monday lunchtime. Not busy, but still ticking over nicely as it was "Happy Hour" which is 5 or 6 hours a day round here. No real stuff or course, so I had a half of ... [more>]
Brick Lane Tap Room

Brick Lane Tap Room

E1London (Central)

Recommended by David Walton

Visited previously on 13/03/2022 and again today. Roomy tap room on corner of Brick Lane and Dray Walk with downstairs small bar area with seating on high stools in the front window and along a ledge on the right hand wall opposite the bar, above wh... [more>]
Old Bush Revived

Old Bush Revived

Rowley RegisWest Midlands

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

I agree with Delboy, another great BCA pub. The interior was wallpapered and carpeted throughout, along with comfortable upholstered banquette seating. The bar was facing us on the left of the front entrance along with a flat screen beer board. 9 ale... [more>]
Cyder & Cobb

Cyder & Cobb

Rowley RegisWest Midlands

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

This micro was a former shoe shop according to the friendly barmaid on our 11am Saturday visit. This micro has a lot going for it with their excellent beer selection and fantastic condition, plus there was a varied collection of 11 ciders to choose f... [more>]
The Chapel Market Tavern

The Chapel Market Tavern

N1London (Central)

Recommended by David Walton

Visited as Hicce Hart on 14/12/2022 and as Day & Night on 29/06/2021 and as the Joker (and maybe also the Joker of Penton St) and definitely frequently as the Salmon & Compasses (although the lovely wall image at the back of the pub says Salmon & (si... [more>]
Cardinal Bar & Kitchen at Hotel Saint

Cardinal Bar & Kitchen at Hotel Saint

EC3London (Central)

Recommended by David Walton

Spotted this bar & kitchen in passing. Initially stopped thinking a quick stop only to check messages when I spotted that they had a distinct bar area and four beers on tap. They had three beers from Signature Brew, namely their lager (Studio), Ro... [more>]
The Waggon & Horses

The Waggon & Horses

StourbridgeWest Midlands

Recommended by Delboy 20

I hadn't been in here for over 10 years for some reason. Wrong side of the ring road maybe! I'm sure it was David Murphy's the last time I called. Glad I paid a visit to this popular local pub. 7 beers on when I called including Kinver Noble, Enville... [more>]
Weavers Real Ale House

Weavers Real Ale House

StourbridgeWest Midlands

Recommended by Delboy 20

Now open again as Weavers. 5 beers on including a couple from Fownd brewery. I went for Mermaids Tale which was spot on. Glad to see it back open!
The Ice Wharf (Lloyds No 1)

The Ice Wharf (Lloyds No 1)

NW1London (Central)

Recommended by Quinno _

Smart modern Spoons with a bit of a view across the lock. Bar is at a lower level with an almost craft venue feel – open-plan, black colours, wood and a bit industrial. Four guest cask, my Maxim Double was getting towards end of life with long pour t... [more>]
The Famous Royal Oak

The Famous Royal Oak

N10London (Greater)

Recommended by Quinno _

Round the corner from Dennis Nilsen's old gaff is this purpose-built estate pub from 1965. Don't be put off by that, it's really nice inside with seemingly little (if any) changes in the last 40 years and has been kept to a high standard. We have dar... [more>]
The Mossy Well (JD Wetherspoon)

The Mossy Well (JD Wetherspoon)

N10London (Greater)

Recommended by Quinno _

Modern (2015) light and bright Spoons which is done really well inside. Brick arched booths are off left, a central seating area under a big skylight for light and a sizeable mezzanine which feels like you’re drinking in the upper area of a Zeppelin ... [more>]
The Toll Gate

The Toll Gate

N8London (Greater)

Recommended by Quinno _

A former JDW (closed March 2023) which still 100% looks like one from the outside. Stupidly decided to alight my peasant wagon and give it a go. Inside is literally as was left by Timbo, down to the carpet, wood panelling and Spoons info boards – wit... [more>]
Spouter's Corner (JD Wetherspoon)

Spouter's Corner (JD Wetherspoon)

N22London (Greater)

Recommended by Quinno _

Gloomy workaday Spoons (opened in 2000, I think), bedecked in an unsatisfactory colour scheme of mushroom and burgundy. The metal servery is unusual and is the only thing of interest. Tables are really squashed together and the atmosphere was horribl... [more>]
The New Crown (JD Wetherspoon)

The New Crown (JD Wetherspoon)

N14London (Greater)

Recommended by Quinno _

On the one hand this is a gloomy workaday mid-90’s Spoons with little of note. On the other it's 15 years in the GBG and my pint of Mauldon Black Adder amongst the five guest cask was outrageously good (NBSS 4.5). The cheery deaf-in-the-ear barmaid g... [more>]
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