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The Riverside Tavern

The Riverside Tavern

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

An impressive large building, probably Georgian, which has clearly fallen upon hard times. It is now stuck in a scruffy semi-industrial area behind Tesco and has lost the river. The interior is back to the 1980s, with pine tables, stackable chairs an... [more>]
Taffy's Tavern

Taffy's Tavern

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

An old locals' pub cut off from the town by the ring road. The interior has been a bit gutted leaving a large space with dated décor including ranch style furniture and a random bit of stone walling. there is a pool table to one side. Beers are mainl... [more>]
The Kings Head

The Kings Head

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

An unpleasantly modernised pub with no consistent style to it although it does have a nice little snug part to one side. It seemed popular for food but not sampled. It usually offers a Welsh beer, which would have been Rhymney Scrum V except it was o... [more>]
Brewhouse & Kitchen

Brewhouse & Kitchen

CardiffSouth Glamorgan

Recommended by Will Larter

I remember coming here almost two decades ago, and both Leigh's and John's reviews below seem to show the pub largely as I remember it. All change now, with the Mochyn Du having transformed into the Bragdy a Chegin, or Brewhouse and Kitchen Cardiff. ... [more>]
The Cricketers

The Cricketers

CardiffSouth Glamorgan

Recommended by Will Larter

The pub remains as described by JAQPTIO below, with almost exactly the same beers across eight hand pumps, perhaps the only difference being that only the three regular beers were doubled, the seasonal Crystal Clear being on just one pump. We all enj... [more>]
The Coach

The Coach

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Edge of town pub which doesn't look much from outside, but going in you are greeted with a row of handpumps, plus a couple of barrels on stillage and some boxed ciders. Look to the left and you find a microbrewery, which rather explains it. The pub h... [more>]
Cabo Roche

Cabo Roche

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Looked like a backstreet coffee lounge but proved to be a rather good pub with 3 ales on: Tomos Watkins Cwrw Haf, Bass and Doom Bar. Rather non-descript modern décor but very friendly.
Three Horseshoes

Three Horseshoes

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Modernised town centre pub in the pedestrianised area with one large room sweeping round from sofas at one end to pool tables at the other, which feels a bit like a pub trying to get on 'the circuit'. Although there are a couple of handpumps on the b... [more>]
Five Bells Inn

Five Bells Inn

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A decent edge of town pub an a road junction, with two separate bars, although there didn't seem much difference between them and both are traditionally furnished. Handpumps offered Bass, 6X and Old Rosie and the Bass was in good condition. A perfect... [more>]
Old Castle Inn

Old Castle Inn

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A locals' pub in a quiet part of town featuring a lot of exposed stonework and brasses from an earlier refurbishment but generally a good atmosphere. There is a dartboard to one side of the central bar and a little raised area to the other. Draught a... [more>]
Corvo Lounge

Corvo Lounge

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Typical example of the Lounges group outlets: eclectic décor aimed at ladies who lunch and coffee shop devotees. Luckily they always offer Bath Dark Side, albeit only on keg. There are also some tables on the pavement outside.
The Star

The Star

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A stone-built pub in the town centre which looked a bit dead from the outside but luckily the door was open. The 'real ale' sign painted on the side was sadly disproved by the pair of unused handpumps, with Worthington and Hobgoblin on keg only. A fa... [more>]
The Wyndham Arms (JD Wetherspoon)

The Wyndham Arms (JD Wetherspoon)

BridgendMid Glamorgan

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A large Spoons hotel dominating the centre of the pedestrianised shopping area. The bar is in traditional style with a calming cream and wood colour scheme, extending through three large rooms. Ales included 4 Welsh beers alongside the usual suspects... [more>]
Admiral MacBride

Admiral MacBride

PlymouthDevon

Recommended by E TA

A single room seafront pub, dating from the 18th Century. The floor is timber, the windows at the front once overlooked the harbour but development has now got in the way. There is a brick hearth set into the original stone chimney and a large tv on ... [more>]
Curious Brewery

Curious Brewery

AshfordKent

Recommended by Rex Rattus

I didn't realise that there was a tasting room on the ground floor - I saw a sign at the bottom of the stairs pointing up to the bar and restaurant on the first floor, and made straight for it. There's also a lift up to the first floor. The bar & res... [more>]
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