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Primarily a cider drinker, I enjoy visiting as many different pubs as possible around the country. I'll try to mention the beers as well as any decent ciders!

Username: blue_scrumpy

Age: 44

Sex: male

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The Ram Inn, Firle

The Ram was my favourite pub of the day in East Sussex. It is situated in a picturesque village that was hosting its annual village fair. In spite of this, there is extensive car parking. There are signs requesting drivers not to park in the village itself. The pub is a warren of different passageways and rooms. It serves drinkers, diners and those seeking accommodation too. Once I'd finally found the bar, there were 3 beers on offer. Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter is generally available. Guests were Long Man Sleeping Giant & Belhaven IPA. But, I was more impressed with a perry called Per from Ascension, which I had not before. I loved the character and the location of this place. Moved on from here to my last stop of the day - the Lewes Constitutional Club (not on BITE).

14 Jul 2019 11:07

The Roebuck Inn, Laughton

And I forgot to mention the gents' urinals! Very unusual and worth a look.

14 Jul 2019 11:00

The Roebuck Inn, Laughton

Lovely country pub which appears popular with a wide range of people, especially diners. The rear garden was packed with families and chickens wander round between the tables. I also noticed a pig, as I was heading back to the car park. Staff and customers take their ales seriously. All 4 ales were from Sussex. The 2 regular beers were Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter & Burning Sky Plateau. The 2 guest beers were Gun IPA & 360° West Coast Pale. They also had a not so local cider - Gwynt y Ddraig Happy Daze.

14 Jul 2019 10:59

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