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Activity for 15th January 2020

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The Pheasant Inn

The Pheasant Inn

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by E TA

A food-led pub in a rural setting, which has been extensively modernised and knocked through to form a single bar/restaurant area with a raised platform at one end for entertainment. There is a good sized car park at the side, and there is an outsid... [more>]
Peaky Blinders

Peaky Blinders

SouthportMerseyside

Recommended by Rob Hunter

This hotel and bar featured on The Hotel Inspector a few years ago, which is how it came to my attention as I seem to remember the programme mentioning the bar establishing itself as a real ale place, so obviously my ears pricked up. I was in Southp... [more>]
The Waggon & Horses

The Waggon & Horses

StourbridgeWest Midlands

Recommended by Ian Mapp

Good beer guide seems to switch between bars in Stourbridge - and some of them (the bank) don't actually last for long. The waggon and horses is a bit of an ever present, having been in for the last four editions of the GBG (at least). Just out th... [more>]
The Black Swan

The Black Swan

AlnwickNorthumberland

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Visited earlier this week. Three hand pulls at the bar offering two beers by Firebrick, with the third pump unclipped. I had a half of the Firebrick Pagan Queen which was £1.55 for a half. It was perfectly drinkable without being anything special.... [more>]
The Market Tavern

The Market Tavern

AlnwickNorthumberland

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Called in the other day after doing a bit of research on WhatPub, but at the bar I noticed Rocking Rudloph, Wainwright, and one pump off. Not enough to tempt me on the ale front so I decided to try elsewhere.
The Queens Head Hotel

The Queens Head Hotel

AlnwickNorthumberland

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Passed by the other day and a cursory glance through the window revealed one clipped hand pull offering Doom Bar.
Fleece Inn

Fleece Inn

AlnwickNorthumberland

Recommended by Rob Hunter

This is a pub that closes in the afternoon. I was walking past the other day and noticed a few real ales listed on the chalk board outside, so was planning on returning after grabbing a bite to eat and having a look round Alnwick. Unfortunately the... [more>]
The Plough Hotel

The Plough Hotel

AlnwickNorthumberland

Recommended by Rob Hunter

This very much feels like a hotel bar rather than a pub. Despite the large size of the building, the drinking area is actually quite small. I only spotted one hand pull at the bar, offering Black Sheep Best Bitter. I noticed afterwards that a chal... [more>]
The Sussex Cricketer

The Sussex Cricketer

HoveEast Sussex

Recommended by hondo .

will be demolished to make way for 37 flats
The Captain Alexander (JD Wetherspoon)

The Captain Alexander (JD Wetherspoon)

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by ROB Camra

Completely different experience to the previous reviewers in here. We called in on a Sunday afternoon to find a queue two deep at the bar and only two serving. Almost all the guest ale clips were turned around apart from a Phoenix Black Bee one which... [more>]
The Oxbow

The Oxbow

SheffieldSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by peter ashworth

Opens this Friday 17th of January
Crown & Sceptre

Crown & Sceptre

W1London (Central)

Recommended by Will Larter

Coming here after the relative comfort of the Fitzroy Tavern and the Yorkshire Grey, I was struck by the off-puttingly stark interior of this, my last pub of a getting-to-know-the-area crawl of Fitzrovia. First impression was of discomfort: visually,... [more>]
Horse & Groom

Horse & Groom

W1London (Central)

Recommended by Will Larter

I can never tell with Sam Smiths pubs how much is well-preserved and how much is reproduction. I rather liked this one with its understated decor - I can imagine Humphrey getting discounted quantities of the sort of dull paint colours that are always... [more>]
Smugglers Tavern

Smugglers Tavern

W1London (Central)

Recommended by Will Larter

A mid-terrace back-street pub which feels like it could be miles away from the horrors of Euston Road, though in fact it's barely a stone's throw. Once inside, on a quiet Monday evening, this felt like a well-loved locals pub, with no more than a doz... [more>]
King & Queen

King & Queen

W1London (Central)

Recommended by Will Larter

A one-room street corner local with little to distinguish it from hundreds of its type in London. Some effort has been made, by covering the wood panelling above the bar and on the front wall with numerous portraits of kings and queens of England, Th... [more>]
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