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Activity for 30th June 2020

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The Elms

The Elms

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

Situated the wrong side of the bridge as the town gives way to the suburban countryside. A pretty-looking pub with its Bass signage in fine fettle, and the interior retains a pleasing multi-roomed set-up via a corridor. There’s a small main servery i... [more>]
The Crossing

The Crossing

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

A former mock tudor façade which has been done-over, and the inside has also been thoroughly opened-out and modernised. L shaped interior with exposed brick walls, a Linda Barkeresque distressed bar front and a fireplace with a TV inset playing a DVD... [more>]
The Lord Burton (JD Wetherspoon)

The Lord Burton (JD Wetherspoon)

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

Straightforward shop conversion; a long and narrow Spoons in a decent state of order, a fairly neutral cream and brown colour scheme with the odd bit of Art Deco style fitting – opened in 1997 so it fits the mould from that era. 12 pumps with six(!) ... [more>]
The Dog

The Dog

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

A bit of trepidation coming back here but no sighting of pink haired girl and an experience a lot closer to other reviewers’. 11 (I think) pulls with the usual three Black Country ales plus a load of guests. The Worthington White Shield (very pleased... [more>]
Brews of the World

Brews of the World

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

A bottle shop (with an oddly limited bottled range though there’s loads of old Bass) with an on-licence and a small amount of seating, dominated by a long main table which at least cultivates convivial drinking, all housed in a spartan rectangular hi... [more>]
Coopers Tavern

Coopers Tavern

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

Burton’s nationally-renowned pub. This is a classic multi-roomed gem which hosts a servery rather than bar. The exterior has the classic Bass livery though nowadays the place is run by Joules, who sensibly have retained Bass on stillage alongside the... [more>]
Devonshire Arms

Devonshire Arms

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

The old Ind Coop sign outside makes you wonder what you’re going to get. In fact, this is an ex-Burton Bridge pub and is now a freehouse. A two roomed interior via a side corridor and served by a central bar dividing the two; the main bar is where th... [more>]
The Burton Bridge Inn

The Burton Bridge Inn

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

Lovely old three roomed pub which serves as the Burton Bridge Brewery tap, the building dates back to C17th and looks it from the outside. Main bar, side room and a really nice rear lounge room with what looks like a proper fire and an inlaid clock a... [more>]
The Fuggle & Nugget

The Fuggle & Nugget

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

A straightforward micro in a small oblong room sparsely decorated in not-so-great mint green walls and some better bench wall seating/high tables round the periphery, though I struggled to get comfortable. No bar or servery, plod over to the blackboa... [more>]
The Last Heretic

The Last Heretic

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

Oblong room painted in an ill-advised green grey colour all round so gloom central, as well as being almost empty on my Thursday night visit bar some Ladz with Epic Bantz. Four ales available from a cold store, quite an eclectic choice (Brewhouse & K... [more>]
The Roebuck Inn

The Roebuck Inn

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

A timewarp locals pub that looks 1976 both outside and in. Connoisseurs will find much to admire in the mostly untouched 70s refit, replete with velveteen banquette seating with inbuilt heaters, varnished tongue and groove ceiling, striped curtains a... [more>]
The Weighbridge Inn

The Weighbridge Inn

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

An intriguing little place by the railway station and Travelodge. It’s a former coal yard office which is now essentially a small micro leased by Muirhouse Brewery. Two rooms, a plain bar area with a J shaped bar counter on entering and another furth... [more>]
Tower Brewery Tap

Tower Brewery Tap

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

A good walk out from the station into a dark, dank and ropey industrial estate. Housed in an old and attractive gothic building (a water tower?), inside it's actually set up as a pub-in-a-brewery rather than a chipboard hut in a light industrial unit... [more>]
The Brewery Tap (National Brewery Centre)

The Brewery Tap (National Brewery Centre)

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

Not much change here. Felt a bit half arsed and on-the-cheap this time round, really quiet on a Friday evening as well – should have been packed. Naff modern music and broken Wi-Fi not helping matters. Six ales on with a couple from the Heritage Brew... [more>]
The Derby Inn

The Derby Inn

Burton on TrentStaffordshire

Recommended by Quinno _

Terraced pub that is a brilliant old timewarp. Two rooms with a central bar dividing down the central middle. Public to the right (bottle green bench seating, maroon painted woodwork, cream walls, lino tile flooring and plenty of ephemera to see incl... [more>]
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