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The Bree Louise, Euston

fantastic ale pub. 10 beers on gravity and 8 on handpump. briiliant selection of beers from all over the country. was an old fashion corner local but now a specialist ale house. very busy at weekends. handy for main line and underground trains. must visit if you like your ale

14 Oct 2013 12:22

The Prince Albert, Copthorne

visited this pub whilst on holiday. very friendly village local. three handpump. harveys sussex ale in superb order. although i didnt dine food looked very appetising and an extensive menu. stayed in copthorne hotel, this pub is only a 15 minute walk and is worth a visit.

14 Oct 2013 12:12

The Esplanade, Bangor

3 handpumps in bar usually serving whitewater beers. staff and customers not particularly friendly. dont be surprised to get odd looks or comments if you order real ale.
nice location overlooking belfast lough with attractive beer garden.
one of only two outlets that serve real ale in bangor, although this is about a mile from town centre in upmarket ballyholme.

15 Sep 2012 13:20

The Southampton Arms, Gospel Oak

a beautiful old characterful boozer that has been turned into an ale drinkers paradise. 18 handpumps serving an amazing selection of beer and cider. fanatastic choice of beers/breweries.
friendly helpful and knowledgable staff. well worth a visit, close to gospel oak overground station.

bangor beertaster.

15 Sep 2012 13:14

The Speaker, Westminster

lovely old london pub off the tourist trap of victoria/victoria street. friendly govenor and staff. peaceful with 4 handpumps serving landlord and youngs and two guests, all in top order. good selection of world beers. several themed beer festivals furing the year. ipa/ wheat beer on during my visit.
great simple food freshly prepared.ploughmans to die for.
a pub worth searching out, a proper pub.

15 Sep 2012 13:08

The Washington, Belsize Park

lovely old pub in sylvan englands lane. 4 handpumps serving redemtion urban dusk taylors landlord and 2 guests at my time of visit. nice food and friendly staff.
landlord retiring hope new one keeps up current standard and selection of ales.
good selection of world beers.

13 Sep 2012 15:12

The Snowdrop, Lewes

a bit off the beaten track of high street worth seeking out. friendly staff, good choice of rotating guests including local ones. food very acceptable and reasonably priced.

27 Jun 2012 12:19

The John Harvey Tavern, Lewes

sussex bitter on gravity.

27 Jun 2012 12:16

The John Harvey Tavern, Lewes

brewery tap near brewey and river. full range of harveys beers and sussex bitter on draught. nice old oub with friendly staff. good reasonably priced food.

27 Jun 2012 12:15

The Newmarket Inn, Lewes

stayed here while attending lewes beer festival. comfortable rooms. harveys sussex bitter on handpump. superb breakfast and lunchtime carvery. 2 miles outside lewes on brighton road. on bus routes 28/29

27 Jun 2012 12:10

The Gardeners Arms, Lewes

very friendly staff, a real local with a very interesting choice of ales. good location in cliff high street.

27 Jun 2012 12:03

The Ackhorne, York

lovely pub, hidden off micklegate. very friendly staff. olde wordly like many york pubs. good choice of ales including local ones

27 Jun 2012 12:01

The Blue Bell, York

lovely old pub, probably smallest in york. two rooms witha corridor hatch and drinking area. 4 ales in superb order. must see pub

27 Jun 2012 11:57

The Psalter, Sheffield

stayed in october. very clean and comfortable accommodation. 5 real ales including an abbeydale offering. beer in excellent condition. friendly staff.

7 Dec 2011 14:12

The Moat Inn, Donaghadee

This is my local. Very friendly staff and welcoming customers. The craic in the public bar is unbelievable. I drink real ale and there is usually 2 whitewater beers on. Trevor the manager does his best to obtain interesting guest beers. A real gem with the bonus of ale which is not available in any other pubs in the town. The food is also highly recommended.

A must visit, easily acessed at the top of the town coming from newtownards/ bangor.

6 Sep 2011 11:25

Hoopers Bar, Camberwell

visited and stayed here during great british beer festival, friendly owners and welcoming local. beer choice excellant and in great condition. exmoor gold was particularly appreciated. a must visit pub if you are in area. great selection of bottled beers and beer related memorbilia.

16 Aug 2011 12:24

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