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Activity for 26th March 2020

15 recommendations submitted on the day.
The Hollow Tree

The Hollow Tree

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by E TA

Originally The Bradley Stoke, this modern estate pub is part of a shopping centre in an urban sprawl with no character. The pub is currently operated by Marston’s. There’s an outside seating area which falls short of being a garden, while the car ... [more>]
The Travellers Rest

The Travellers Rest

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by E TA

A roadside Hungry Horse, poor even by their standards. There is a large carpark on three sides of the building, which can be entered by car only from the 4-lane main road, and only in one direction. Inside, the single large bar and dining room has ... [more>]
Toby Carvery Almondsbury

Toby Carvery Almondsbury

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by E TA

Previously The Orchard, it’s now a fairly ordinary Toby, with all the trimmings you’d expect:  gaming machines, a glass cabinet full of Toby jugs, pay-for car park, cheap carvery food and a single ale on at the three handpumps on the bar – Doombar, w... [more>]
Baileys Court Inn

Baileys Court Inn

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by E TA

A 1960s estate pub which shares its site with other businesses. It’s currently run by Marston’s, so the beers and food are their corporate offerings.    There is a smoking shelter at one side, but not much worth looking at outside due to the location... [more>]
Harvester The Bradley Stoke

Harvester The Bradley Stoke

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by E TA

One of the worst Harvesters I’ve come across, this one has a tiny bar counter in proportion to the rest of the bar/dining room, the staff were largely indolent and the atmosphere was dreadful. There was, of course, no real ale or anything else that ... [more>]
Three Brooks

Three Brooks

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by E TA

Pretty much as described by Blackthorn, below. It’s definitely a lively local with a good community feel to it, although the barmaid was a bit sour-faced. The outside isn’t very picturesque due to its proximity to the garage and main road, but ther... [more>]
The New Inn

The New Inn

Weston Super MareSomerset

Recommended by Helen Iwanczuk

A good old fashioned pub, located in Kewstoke which is a few miles away from Weston. When I first visited The New Inn, they had a seperate tea room/games room. During our visit last summer, the room was closed, but the new landlord said it might reop... [more>]
Coeur de Lion

Coeur de Lion

BathSomerset

Recommended by Moby Duck

A small inviting looking pub set in an alley-like side street, a cosy single room bar with four Handpumps. on my visit there were three on all from Abbey Ales, Bath Pale Ale,Bath Maximus IPA and Bath Best, no guest ale on this occasion, I went for th... [more>]
The Grapes

The Grapes

BathSomerset

Recommended by Moby Duck

Now reopened a few months ago after a two year closure, It felt a little more modern bar than traditional pub to me. The ninth pub of my day in Bath so at this stage my notes were somewhat vague. there are four handpumps, I dis-remember the beers but... [more>]
The Black Fox

The Black Fox

BathSomerset

Recommended by Moby Duck

A long wedge shaped Pub, single opened out room On two levels that I thought had little character, It was reasonably busy for a Tuesday evening and my beer choice of Tapestry Swing Ball was nice enough. Not a place I would rush back to though.
The Bath Brew House

The Bath Brew House

BathSomerset

Recommended by Moby Duck

Very busy on a Tuesday evening with a predominantly young crowd in the large L shaped interior, seven ales on of which I had a very swift Bath Brew House Spartacus due to an impending train arrival having already missed one. I didn't have time to ful... [more>]
The New Inn

The New Inn

GloucesterGloucestershire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Four handpumps on the bar, with only one in use serving Bristol Beer Factory Independence. Luckily for us it was fresh on and tasted terrific. I found the pub to be quite dated and the two seater settee in the rear pool table room looked as though it... [more>]
Robert Raikes's House

Robert Raikes's House

GloucesterGloucestershire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

A multi roomed pub consisting of two front rooms, a central room on the left, which was the bar area. There was another room opposite on the right and to finish a further small back room, plus a good sized lounge on the left, so a total of six rooms ... [more>]
The Churchgate

The Churchgate

BoltonManchester (Greater)

Recommended by ROB Camra

A ripped out, laddish barn with no distinguishing features at all. There's a pool table at the bottom end which was surrounded by a group of shouty knobs. TVs everywhere, so very sports orientated. 4 handpumps, but only 1 on apparently selling Greene... [more>]
The Black Bull

The Black Bull

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by Colin Walker

The Black Bull is situated at the junction of Leith Street & Carlton Road. The pubs sit’s in a basement level and is very easy to miss. The pub advertises itself as Edinburgh’s original rock bar, with a Rock & Metal music style jukebox. The place sel... [more>]