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Activity for 19th June 2017

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Castlebrook Inn

Castlebrook Inn

SomertonSomerset

Recommended by E TA

A very hospitable roadside inn with a fine local spirit and a warm welcome for passers-by, laid out as described by BrewGuru, below, and currently run by Stonegate. There is a gaming machine in the bar now, and there is a large conservatory at the b... [more>]
No 1 The Crescent

No 1 The Crescent

SelbyNorth Yorkshire

Recommended by Thuck Phat

A recently refurbished and significantly modernised Old Mill House. Inside it feels like an up to date gastro pub and has a menu focusing on gourmet burgers to match. Don't be put off, it's been well done and retains some original features. The frien... [more>]
Three Swans

Three Swans

SelbyNorth Yorkshire

Recommended by Thuck Phat

A handsome pub located between the river and the Abbey, the Three Swans has various posters in the windows advertising various of their ale offers. Sadly, once inside four of the six handpumps had clips reversed with just the two offering the house b... [more>]
The Fire Station (JD Wetherspoon)

The Fire Station (JD Wetherspoon)

Whitley BayTyne & Wear

Recommended by john mcgraw

Very poor Wetherspoon's with only Doom Bar, Spitfire and the usual GK crap on. Not one North East beer in sight. Very disappointing
Howl at the Moon

Howl at the Moon

N1London (Central)

Recommended by Danny O'Revey

Interesting pub inside, a little different and quirky. If you're sitting outside its plastic glasses, but otherwise its a nice pub. 2 real ales, from Dark Star, kept ok
Tapping the Admiral

Tapping the Admiral

NW1London (Central)

Recommended by Danny O'Revey

Lovely traditional pub, high ceilings, well laid out with L-shaped bar. Good choice of real ales.
Fitzgeralds

Fitzgeralds

Newcastle Upon TyneTyne & Wear

Recommended by ROB Camra

Much improved these days decor wise as it's had a full refurbishment. Now up to 6 guest ales on the bar from far and wide. All the beers are always well kept and it's now a regular haunt of ours when in Newcastle. 23/04/2010 A narrow entrance widens... [more>]
Boars Head

Boars Head

StockportManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Will Larter

A traditional multiroomed pub which was very busy before noon on a Saturday with usual Sam Smiths offerings and customers. There was a good, friendly atmosphere and it was easy to feel included in the general banter. Just one cask beer, of course, an... [more>]
Remedy

Remedy

StockportManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Will Larter

A modern bar and brewery near the market. Craft beers are promoted and there are six hand pumps, of which five had beers available at the time of my Saturday noontime visit. It was fairly quiet, with no music playing, but I imagine this changes as th... [more>]
The Petersgate Tap

The Petersgate Tap

StockportManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Will Larter

A micropub or bar (it's actually a decent size) with six hand pumps and some craft kegs. It's a long and spacious room with the bar counter on the left and some more seating upstairs. Ciders are available on hand pump and from polypins. I did make a ... [more>]
The Imperial

The Imperial

CreweCheshire

Recommended by Will Larter

A traditional purpose built pub that has had most of the internal walls removed leaving a large open space that is filled with multiple TV screens showing sports, any remaining gaps being filled with loud music. There are three hand pumps and I had a... [more>]
The Hop Pole

The Hop Pole

CreweCheshire

Recommended by Will Larter

A multiroomed pub that has been opened out in a relatively restrained way, leaving several distinct rooms. A central bar serves all areas and there are four hand pumps, though just two beers available when I was here: Salopian Shropshire Gold and Sha... [more>]
The Railway

The Railway

StockportManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Will Larter

Not to be confused with the Railway Alehouse in an area blessed with any number of decent pubs. This one would figure quite highly in some towns, but in Stockport it's not really in the top league. There are six hand pumps split between two rooms. On... [more>]
Swan Tavern

Swan Tavern

LinlithgowLothian

Recommended by Will Larter

A slightly tatty but comfortable and welcoming wood panelled room with bench seating, a fake fire and a bar on the right hand side. There is no real ale. Date of visit: 20th March 2017
Linlithgow Tap

Linlithgow Tap

LinlithgowLothian

Recommended by Will Larter

This is a sort of all-things-to-all-people type of pub. If you like real ale, there's a choice of six hand pumps. (Orkney Dark Island, Kinneil Yill, Fyne Jarl and Inveralmond Ossian at the time of my visit, if my notes are to be believed.) If you lik... [more>]
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