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Activity for 12th August 2017

16 recommendations submitted on the day.
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Bohem Tap Room

Bohem Tap Room

N22London (Greater)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

This is the tap for the Bohem Brewery,and is situated in a small shop unit,so ticks all the boxes as a micro pub.There is a drinking shelf on the left wall,4 tables down the right side and a tiny bar at the back.It has 8 wall mounted taps,and will se... [more>]
Allstars Sports Bar

Allstars Sports Bar

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by Jonathan Wilde

Situated above The Berkeley JDW this potentially seems a membership based pool/snooker/sports bar which it isn't although from my previous visit to W-S-M it was hence my reluctance to go in until a friend who plays County Pool confirmed it's a non-me... [more>]
The Springfield

The Springfield

N11London (Greater)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

Owned by Greene King,and their dead hand sadly dominates the pub.There was also an unpleasant odour on entering but this may have been due to the presence of a large band of middle aged all day drinkers,who were sitting on bar stools blocking access... [more>]
Lord Raglan

Lord Raglan

TonbridgeKent

Recommended by Just a quick pint, then I'm off

Fine old country inn, with the white weatherboarded façade mostly obscured by a low single-storey front extension of some age. Very traditional interior with a narrow bar and a small dining area off to one side. Attractive orchard beer garden. Fou... [more>]
The Barrow House

The Barrow House

AshfordKent

Recommended by Just a quick pint, then I'm off

Formerly the George, closed for a while but now reinvigorated as a 'Kitchen + Village Pub + Rooms' establishment. The older part of the building features the distinctive local white weatherboarding, and there are plenty of exposed beams inside the m... [more>]
The Wheel Inn

The Wheel Inn

BelperDerbyshire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Entering this pub was like walking into a private house especially the front lobby, which was carpeted and had a side table and lamp and some antique ornaments. You then enter a small front room with the bar facing you. This area had low ceilings wit... [more>]
The Dead Poet's Inn

The Dead Poet's Inn

BelperDerbyshire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Built in The 1800's and serving beer from 1879, now run by Everards Brewery. Four of us called on a Saturday afternoon and the pub was busy, but we were lucky and managed to get a table in the main lounge which was made up of two high backed settles ... [more>]
Holly Bush Inn

Holly Bush Inn

BelperDerbyshire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Features in Camra's National Inventory of Historical Pub Interiors. The main feature being the high backed settles, with a central door, which can be closed over to create a separate room with access to the corner of the bar and of course the origina... [more>]
Bolero Lounge

Bolero Lounge

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by Jonathan Wilde

Typical identikit Lounger reclaimed school gym floor, mixture of tables and coloured high stools around large long tables, random portrait pictures on top of wall paper and lengthy coloured wires to the plethora of hanging lamp shades. A former sho... [more>]
Hermits Cave

Hermits Cave

SE5London (Greater)

Recommended by Ethelred The Unsteady

This pub sports a sign saying "the best beer around here" and certainly my pint of Hophead was utterly flawless. It's clearly well used. The bare floorboards are good and foot-ground, though most of the furniture is in fair enough nick and comfortab... [more>]
The Avon Packet

The Avon Packet

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by Cider Drinker

Popped in for a half whilst on a wander. Looks very small when you walk in but opens out further back. Has a fab garden with a mixture of grassy and concrete seating areas including an enclosure with duck's and also has a pool table in a covered area... [more>]
The Sun of Camberwell

The Sun of Camberwell

SE5London (Greater)

Recommended by Ethelred The Unsteady

Well, this is a storming venue for the young hospital staff, wanting to let down their hair after a long shift, it seemed to us. The music is close to nightclub level throughout all of the large, dark interior, and the general atmosphere is pretty u... [more>]
The Phoenix

The Phoenix

SE5London (Greater)

Recommended by Ethelred The Unsteady

As we abseiled down, from the summit of Herne Hill towards Camberwell, our ropes twanged on the Phoenix. It was giving out a pleasant, relaxed vibe, among the drinkers sitting outside on that sunny evening, and so we decided to take a look in. Well,... [more>]
The Ashville

The Ashville

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by Cider Drinker

Not much changed since Blackthorns review apart from garden closed and Ales by nearby Bristol beer factory and Thatcher's Heritage has been replaced by Haze, get in!
Luckwell Hotel

Luckwell Hotel

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by Cider Drinker

Nothing has changed since Blackthorns visit apart from the outside being spruced up. See new pic. There is also a yard with a few tables.
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