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Activity for 12th June 2019

11 recommendations submitted on the day.
The Victory

The Victory

SouthamptonHampshire

Recommended by E TA

This historic freehouse is well described by Komakino, below. The bar was fairly uncomfortable, the muzak was extremely naff and the staff were not really that welcoming. Ales on were Doombar, Razorback and Fullers Gales HSB, all in fair condition... [more>]
The Royal Standard

The Royal Standard

BelvedereLondon (Greater)

Recommended by Rex Rattus

It's got an impressive, but typical inter-war, half timbered brewers' Tudor frontage, with beige tiling at ground floor level and a Tudor arched entranceway. Inside it's bare-boarded and a bit brash and Spartan, with pop music blaring out during my W... [more>]
Fox @ Connaught

Fox @ Connaught

E16London (Greater)

Recommended by Rex Rattus

This is the other 1880s pub that bookends the Royal Docks. Like its partner at the other end, which is now called Galyons Bar & Kichen, this old Grade II Listed building is a lone survivor among all the modern buildings around it. It's a hotel, so it... [more>]
Lady Abercorn's

Lady Abercorn's

EC2London (Central)

Recommended by Rex Rattus

This bar is part of the Hyatt Andaz Hotel, and was formerly part of the Great Eastern Hotel. This is a mundane bar in most magnificent surroundings. The print (or painting?) of Bishopsgate of 1620 is still behind the servery, but the most striking fe... [more>]
Haybank Clubhouse

Haybank Clubhouse

WrexhamClwyd

Recommended by Alan Hurdle

Also known as "Haybank Inn". Smaller than the nearby "Shippon", this bar also acts as the clubhouse for the on site golf course. Bar meals are served in here. Two handpumps serve Magic Dragon beers but these had run out, so I retreated back to the S... [more>]
The Belrose

The Belrose

NW3London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

Date of visit: 5th August 2018 The pub’s frontage has gone unchanged since its last incarnation and still features some attractive etched glass. There are lanterns to the top of the ground floor, but these are switched off at night which gives the ... [more>]
Goat Tavern

Goat Tavern

W8London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Claims to be the oldest pub in Kensington, but not much sign of anything different to any other ex-Taylor Walker house. Nice traditional furnishings though, with a cosy area by the front window. Draught beers IPA, Abbot and Tribute in fair order. Not... [more>]
The Greyhound

The Greyhound

W8London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A surprisingly light and roomy feel to this Kensington Square pub, with the interior in a sort of Georgian style with modern twists. To the rear is an also surprisingly large square room with a Shufl table and some big screen TVs. Quite a few large t... [more>]
Builders Arms

Builders Arms

W8London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Good-looking pub from the outside but the interior is decidedly gastro, with the usual dark shades of grey colour scheme and rows of plain tables bearing menus on clipboards. They do seem to have kept an interest in ales though, with a new barrel pro... [more>]
The Gloucester Arms

The Gloucester Arms

SW7London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A proper pub on a corner, with one large room in traditional style retaining a few original features but in the typical Greene King mixture of ceramics and grey panelling. A fair range of beers though, with Sambrook's Pale, Twickenham Smilers Ale & N... [more>]
The Queens Arms

The Queens Arms

SW7London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A nice mews pub with a good range of 8 ales and a well-run feel. Despite an emphasis on the food trade it is still a good place for drinking. The list at time of visit was Robinsons Blonde, James Blonde, Skinner's Betty Stogs, Ossett Yorkshire Brunet... [more>]