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Rainbow on the Lake

Rainbow on the Lake

SalisburyWiltshire

Recommended by E TA

A 17th Century country pub which, while not a coaching inn as such, was a popular stop for stage coaches travelling from Salisbury. The location is wonderful – just off the main road, yet quiet and with superb views across the wetlands. They make t... [more>]
Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

PershoreWorcestershire

Recommended by Ian Mapp

Real success story here.. was closed down for quite a while and the community got together to purchase it. Its now in the 2018 Good Beer Guide - with four real ales on. I tried the infrequently seen Butcombe Rare Breed and it was well kept. The re... [more>]
Seahaven Hotel

Seahaven Hotel

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by hondo .

now apartments
The Old Pint Pot

The Old Pint Pot

SalfordManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Visited this Saturday evening and it was fairly busy; looked like there were mainly students in but a few older groups too. I think there may have been some event going on in the room upstairs, these people were being served in plastic glasses wherea... [more>]
The New Oxford

The New Oxford

SalfordManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Rob Hunter

A decent pub and definitely has the best real ale selection in the area. Plenty of different styles available so something for everyone to choose from. There is also a giant blackboard listing their bottled offerings. The only downside is that it'... [more>]
The Kings Arms

The Kings Arms

SalfordManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Good pub, a couple of safe bets on at the pumps but also a couple of unusual ones we had not seen before, on a visit this Saturday. This is a traditional feeling boozer, through the front door you come into a corridor that has more of a hotel feel t... [more>]
Salford Arms Hotel

Salford Arms Hotel

SalfordManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Looks a bit rough and ready from the outside but nice and friendly inside. Plenty of choice at the bar for the real ale lover and two handy chalk boards at either end of the bar listing the current offerings. The bar area itself is fairly small but... [more>]
The Knott

The Knott

ManchesterManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Visited again on Saturday before catching my train home after doing a few pubs. Curiosity got he better of me and I asked the chap behind the bar if there had been a change of management - apparently not, they've just decided to make some changes. ... [more>]
Barley Farm

Barley Farm

SalfordManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Rob Hunter

It's a food place with a carvery, and three hand pumps for cask ale, all from the Greene King stable. They had Old Mulled Hen on my recent visit so perhaps they throw a seasonal ale into the mix every now and then. Not really the kind of place you ... [more>]
The Albert and The Lion (JD Wetherspoon)

The Albert and The Lion (JD Wetherspoon)

BlackpoolLancashire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Blackpool is a funny place out of season. Places that are normally open are closed. It all feels a bit like a ghost town if you're walking up from South Shore to the centre. However you can depend on a Wetherspoon pub to be open! As has been note... [more>]
The Ship

The Ship

WallaseyMerseyside

Recommended by Al Bundy

This pub has been transformed by a refurb. What was once an open plan pub has now been split into 2 rooms. The servery is to your left, though there is a hatch for the room to the right. The right houses a pool table and there is a lot of Liverpool F... [more>]
The Layton Rakes (Lloyds No 1 Bar)

The Layton Rakes (Lloyds No 1 Bar)

BlackpoolLancashire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Visited a couple of weeks back on a January weekday lunchtime, and seemed to have a better ale selection than its Spoons neighbour round the corner. There was a bank of eight pumps, all of which were on, the guest ales were Lurcher Stout by Green Ja... [more>]
The Lord Rodney

The Lord Rodney

KeighleyWest Yorkshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Visited in January. Four hand pumps all offering Tim Taylor ales, including Poulters Porter, which I had not had before and was rather nice. A stylish pub with separate dining area to the rear. A real fire was going in the front bar. Think my hal... [more>]
The Livery Rooms (JD Wetherspoon)

The Livery Rooms (JD Wetherspoon)

KeighleyWest Yorkshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Two banks of pumps at the bar, one had the usual Spoons selection plus a couple of ciders. The other had the guest ales with one of those marked as "coming sooon". All seemed to be pale / blonde, did not spot any darks. There may have been a bitte... [more>]
The Bow-Legged Beagle

The Bow-Legged Beagle

WirralMerseyside

Recommended by Al Bundy

A micropub situated in a former corner shop. The L-shaped interior is very woody with wooden tables, wooden floor and a wooden bar. 4 handpumps on the bar with 4 taps on the wall behind the bar. Beers today were all local ales: Peerless Oatmeal Stout... [more>]
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