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The Swan

The Swan

FaringdonOxfordshire

Recommended by E TA

An unusual Victorian building in the middle of the town, the pub reopened a couple of years ago as a brewpub and freehouse. It has no garden or car park, which in some ways contributes to its being an excellent local without the hassle of annoying f... [more>]
Jollies

Jollies

SunderlandTyne & Wear

Recommended by peter ashworth

Jollies changed it's name to Kaceys Bar but has recently just closed again.
Angels Place

Angels Place

SunderlandTyne & Wear

Recommended by peter ashworth

Now open again as Angels Place which is a pub that is run by bikers.
The Wellington

The Wellington

SheffieldSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

Since October 2016, when James Burkett completed the acquisition and the pub was refurbished, this has been the brewery tap for Neepsend Brewery. (His other pubs in Sheffield are the Blake Hotel and the Sheaf View.) Neepsend Blonde is a regular, and ... [more>]
Inn for a Penny

Inn for a Penny

NottinghamNottinghamshire

Recommended by Alex Conway

Inn for a penny is a large roadside pub at the top end of burton road. It is all knocked through now with a long central bar as you enter with rooms banding round both sides. The decor is a bit none descript with a mixture of hard wooden floors and c... [more>]
The Old Volunteer

The Old Volunteer

NottinghamNottinghamshire

Recommended by Alex Conway

The Old Volunteer or “The vollo” as it is known is a roadside pub In carlton that was given a huge overhaul a few years ago and it became the flagship for the local Flipside Brewery. Before it was a bit of a dingy place lauded for its live music. Sin... [more>]
Yarn

Yarn

NottinghamNottinghamshire

Recommended by Alex Conway

The Yarn is the newest venture from Castle rock and is a stylish new bar/pub in the former Theatre bar at the Theatre Royal/Royal Concert Hall. Bing Castle rock I obviously had very high expectations and on Opening night things seemed pretty good wit... [more>]
Caught & Bowled

Caught & Bowled

NottinghamNottinghamshire

Recommended by Alex Conway

The Caught and Bowled is Gitbrooks newest pub in an area now surrounded by micro pubs. This forms part of a nice little crawl and was one of the stop offs of one of our most recent. It is a former newsagent so is one tight, compact narrow room with ... [more>]
The Jazz Cafe

The Jazz Cafe

Newcastle Upon TyneTyne & Wear

Recommended by Old Boots

Music venue which charges for entry after 9pm when there is live music.
Hudson

Hudson

Newcastle Upon TyneTyne & Wear

Recommended by peter ashworth

The entrance to this one is on Grainger Street and i think is part of The County Hotel.Called in around 2pm on a weekday and must admit it was quite smart and plush but no cask available and thought the lager price was a bit steep. Not really my cup... [more>]
Cambridge Brew House

Cambridge Brew House

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Visited a couple of weeks back while staying in Cambridge. Made this my first visit of the crawl as I was keen to try their own ales, being a brew pub. There were 7 or 8 cask pumps plus several keg taps. At the time of my visit they had two of the... [more>]
Champion of the Thames

Champion of the Thames

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Not a bad pub, but just bear in mind it is a Greene King place, so nothing very exciting on the ale front. Five cask pumps at the time of my visit offering Greene King IPA, St Austell Tribute, Gem by Bath and can't remember the others. I had the Ge... [more>]
St Radegund

St Radegund

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

This is apparently the smallest bar in Cambridge. 6 pumps for cask, one of which was off at the time of my visit. On offer were Jay IPA by Magpie, London Pride, Saffron Porter by Saffron, Trawlerboys Best Bitter, and Zeppelin by Billericay. Lovely... [more>]
The Elm Tree

The Elm Tree

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

Another very traditional feeling pub. Took a bit of finding but glad I did. Ales are mainly by Wells and Banks & Taylor. Think there may have been a couple of guests too. I had the Edwin Taylor's Extra Stout at £2 for a half, which was pleasant e... [more>]
Pint Shop

Pint Shop

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

6 cask and 17 keg options, so yes it is easy to be spoilt for choice in here! Clearly a place that takes its beer seriously. I had the IPA by 360° Brewing, at £4.80 a pint or £2.40 for a half. This was dangerously drinkable for a 6% ale, but was v... [more>]
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