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Activity for 16th April 2018

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Orchard Inn

Orchard Inn

YeovilSomerset

Recommended by E TA

A roadside inn dating from the 19th Century, it was previously The New Inn, then The Old Inn, and was also a Harvester. It has now been refurbished after a being closed for couple of years. There are 2 large car parks, one of which resembles a buil... [more>]
Whats Your Poison

Whats Your Poison

AlfretonDerbyshire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Formerly a building society and now a good sized one roomed micropub. Evidence of this former office space are evident from the ceiling tiles. The central bar had a corian counter top and a pine front, pine bench seating along the front and side wall... [more>]
The New Inn

The New Inn

PickeringNorth Yorkshire

Recommended by Ian Mapp

Brewery Tap - open at 11:30am and filled with punters on a brewery tour by midday. A couple of pints of their Yorkshire Classic went down well. Visit Blogged at http://bit.ly/2qBPzqx
The Horseshoe Inn

The Horseshoe Inn

PickeringNorth Yorkshire

Recommended by Ian Mapp

Perfectly positioned at the top of the village, overlooking the green. Would be wonderful on a summer's day. Accomodation: Not obvious that my room was no en suite on booking but I had the shared bathroom to myself. Food: Excellent value for money ... [more>]
The Wheatsheaf Stores

The Wheatsheaf Stores

Stoke-On-TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Al Bundy

This was a fairly decent little boozer. For real ale it was quite good as there were 5 ales available. Titanic, Wincle and Cross Bay beers plus a dull GK IPA. The pub is basically L-shaped and was friendly enough. I never really noticed the colour sc... [more>]
The Cat Inn

The Cat Inn

Stoke-On-TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Al Bundy

A nice comfy pub. The place is split into 2 rooms by an island bar and one side was very much an eatery room. A pool table occupied the room to the right. Tellies showing horse related stuff. 4 ales on handpulls and a mix of beer styles on on my visi... [more>]
The Harbour

The Harbour

WallaseyMerseyside

Recommended by Elise jones

Lovely little corner pub.Friendly attentive staff.Great entertainment in the week including a quiz and bingo on a Thursday night.The jukebox is great for music,and I love all the boats dotted around the place.Definitely recommend it!
Perch Rock

Perch Rock

WallaseyMerseyside

Recommended by ROB Camra

A strange little pub, right facing The Harbour pub across the road. It's very narrow and the guys on the bar stools had to move to let us in and out of the place. It looks rather bigger from the outside and has a decent frontage. There are other room... [more>]
Finnigans

Finnigans

MorecambeLancashire

Recommended by Roger Jones

This pub has been demolished
The Coach & Horses

The Coach & Horses

BirminghamWest Midlands

Recommended by Gill Smith

Lovely big pub with 2 bars and a restaurant. We chose to sit in the left hand bar which is very dog friendly and enjoyed our 2 Weatheroak Hill beers from the 4 available, Icknield Pale Ale and Impossible Pale Ale. Other beers from Wye Valley, Hook N... [more>]
Blue Bell Cider House

Blue Bell Cider House

SolihullWest Midlands

Recommended by Gill Smith

Called in to see if they had any of their own beers on and were lucky as Blue Bell Atlas was on along with a couple of other real ales. Pleasant pub with entry through a large built on area rather like a conservatory with seating and a hatch through ... [more>]
Bull's Head

Bull's Head

SolihullWest Midlands

Recommended by Gill Smith

This is a Thwaites pub in the Country Pub and Kitchen chain. Car park and outside seating area leads into a large room. Seating for diners and drinkers, and a choice of 4 real ales, 2 from Thwaites being regular ales, Lancaster Bomber and Wainwrights... [more>]
The Hare & Hounds

The Hare & Hounds

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Jon B

a very cosy and traditional locals local, always good ale and very popular with an older crowd. decor is a bit 'Gran's living room' but I don't mind.
The Moon Under Water (JD Wetherspoon)

The Moon Under Water (JD Wetherspoon)

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Jon B

this is a pretty decent JDW's actually, fits in well on the main pub circuit through Wigan. a standard affair, no atmosphere at all of course, but loads of cosy nooks and crannies for a quiet pint.
Number Fifteen

Number Fifteen

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Jon B

very dark and dingy inside, and didn't find it particularly friendly, but it's probably your best chance of a good pint on Ormskirk Road.
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