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Activity for 15th September 2021

11 recommendations submitted on the day.
West India House

West India House

BridgwaterSomerset

Recommended by E TA

A large traditional town pub in what was once an affluent mercantile area. There is a car park at the side and a large garden at the back which is rather nicer than the view from the tables to the front would suggest. Inside, there is a saloon bar ... [more>]
Exale Taproom

Exale Taproom

E17London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

The Exale Brewery tap room was probably the most enjoyable visit as far as premises go on the Blackhorse Mile. Initially it wasn’t very promising as there was an external drainage problem being sorted out as we approached meaning walking across a tem... [more>]
Brave Sir Robin

Brave Sir Robin

N4London (Greater)

Recommended by paulof horsham

The interior of this "craftily" refurbished pub affects a distressed look with the wallpaper appearing to have been ripped off this morning. The exterior has a black base for artwork focussing on the pouring of a craft-keg ale. The bar, likewise, is... [more>]
Eagle & Child

Eagle & Child

DoncasterSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by hondo .

permission granted to turn the pub into a number of apartments with a ‘community space’
Horse & Groom

Horse & Groom

RotherhamSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by hondo .

Barnsley Council purchased the Horse and Groom as part of a £23.1 million project to improve the Dearne Valley. As part of the plans, funded by a grant from the Towns Fund, the council hopes to demolish the “derelict and dilapidated” former pub, to m... [more>]
Beerblefish Tap Room

Beerblefish Tap Room

E17London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

At the time of our visit, Beerblefish were the new kids on the Blackhorse Mile having moved here into bigger premises from their small unit in Edmonton, some eight weeks ago. We didn’t know they were here and were lucky to spot their sign pointing in... [more>]
The Great Northern Railway Tavern

The Great Northern Railway Tavern

N8London (Greater)

Recommended by Tris C

Dating from 1897, this is something of a minor gin palace, still displaying its gold gun carriage above the hanging sign, an indication that this was once a Taylor Walker house, recently taken over by Fuller’s. The pub is well described below and on ... [more>]
The Queens

The Queens

N8London (Greater)

Recommended by Tris C

Visited a few times over a decade ago, I was looking forward to my visit to this place, an absolutely fantastic National Inventory pub and listed nationally as Grade II*, though it’s positively modest compared to the Salisbury, its sister pub about a... [more>]
Kings Head

Kings Head

N8London (Greater)

Recommended by Tris C

A mid-16th century pub rebuilt for Taylor Walker in 1892 and visited by me for a comedy evening in the late '90s. I popped by the other night and it appears to have been seriously gastrofied, with what looked like planks fixed to the walls and slight... [more>]
The Harringay Arms

The Harringay Arms

N8London (Greater)

Recommended by Tris C

An entry was effected a few nights ago at just after 9.00 pm, only to be told by the barman that the pub was closed due to the cooling systems having packed up and that the engineer hadn't arrived; this didn't seem to have affected the other drinkers... [more>]
Railway Tavern

Railway Tavern

N8London (Greater)

Recommended by Tris C

This pub was built in 1896, only to be rebuilt in 1936 for Charrington’s (there’s a fine Toby ceramic plaque to the outside left wall) in the brewers’ Tudor style and makes it onto CAMRA’s inventory for having an interior of Some Regional Importance,... [more>]