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14 blogs about Pubs.

  1. Boak & Bailey's Beer Blog
    UK beer blog running since 2007, with tasting notes, beer history, pub reports and commentary on British booze culture. By Jessica Boak, Ray Bailey. 🇬🇧 More info

    News, nuggets and longreads 2 March 2024: Because of the Cats
    Here’s our pick of the best reading about beer and pubs from the past week including old breweries, writer’s pubs, and at least one machine gun. First, a couple of bits of news that grabbed …
    By Boak & Bailey, 1,251 words
  2. BRAPA | Blog
    On 5th April 2014, I had a dream. Or was it a nightmare? To tick every pub in the Good Beer Guide! By Si Everitt. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Ranking the North Eastern pubs I visited last week in order of 'worst to best' has been an almost impossible task. Quite often, my more enjoyable pints were in the pubs which were less pleasing …
    By Si Everitt, 1,477 words
  3. Campaign for Real Pubs
    They can still be found if you know where to look... 🇬🇧 More info

    The Templar
    The Templar, Leeds, Yorkshire LS2 7NU A long but shallow street-corner pub on the north-east side of the city centre, the Templar has an impressive tiled façade advertising Melbourne Brewery, who were later taken over …
    By Curmudgeon, 183 words
  4. Closed Pubs
    Recording the slow, sad death of the British pub. 🇬🇧 More info

    The Golden Hind
    The Golden Hind, Offerton, Cheshire A modern pub on the main road between Stockport and Marple, which abruptly closed in the Autumn on 2023. It was originally built by Wilson’s, but later passed to Greene …
    By Curmudgeon, 52 words
  5. Jane Stuart - Writer
    My musings on beer and football culture. 🇬🇧 More info

    Chasetown v Kidsgrove Athletic
    You may have noticed, dear reader, that, when Blackpool play away from home, I’ve started going to watch my old club Chasetown. The Scholars play in the West Division of the Northern Premier League, so …
    By blackpooljane, 3,934 words
  6. Mappiman's Real Ale Walks
    Walking the UK, ticking off CAMRA Good Beer Guide Pubs and hunting for Geocaches. 🇬🇧 More info

    02/03/24 - The Slow Way to the Shrubbery Cottage, Stourbridge
    The 2024 Challenge? Walks from Holden's PubsHaving walked from all the Bathams Pubs, I might as well repeat the challenge with their Black Country Rival, Holdens. I make it 19 tied pubs in their estate, …
    By Mappiman, 379 words
  7. Merseyside Pub Guide
    The Researcher's Blog. By Phil Wieland. 🇬🇧 More info

    Woolton and Halewood
    A chilly damp Friday with no trains saw me on the bus to Woolton from where I soon walked to the CookHouse:This unusual curved building used to be the English Rose, a two sided pub …
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  8. Micropub Adventures
    Micropubs, Breweries, Pubs and more……. By Scott Spencer. 🇬🇧 More info

    02/03/24 – Middlesbrough and Redcar
    Subscribe WordPress Facebook Twitter Instagram If you enjoy reading please consider “buying me a pint”, this will help to cover my hosting and image hosting and help to ensure further trips can go ahead!BUY ME …
    By scottspencer001, 1,443 words
  9. The Pub Curmudgeon
    A jaundiced view of life from the darkest recess of the saloon bar... 🇬🇧 More info

    In the early 2000s, I visited Brussels several times on business trips. I was struck by how all of the well-known Belgian beers had their own specific design of glass – Duvel, Chimay, Orval and …
    By Curmudgeon, 661 words
  10. Pub History Project – Leicester
    History and Beer. By Barry Lount, Stephen Bunker. 🇬🇧 More info

    The original hotel idea was first mooted in 1791, at a meeting in the Three Crowns, when the discussion of a new hotel, assembly rooms and coffee house was debated. This eventually resulted in the …
    By pubprojectleicester, 1,353 words
  11. The Pub Man
    There is only pubs. By Cooking Lager. 🇬🇧 More info

    Small is Beautiful The End
    By far the largest part of Schumachers book is in regard to the third world and this section really hasn’t aged well at all. The world is different place 50 years on, but it exposes …
    By Cooking Lager, 1,432 words
  12. Real Ale, Real Music
    By Chris Dyson. 🇬🇧 More info

    A Good Day Out East....
    A trip into the deepest parts of the East End of London which involved visiting a couple of classic pubs, then some football glory, plus a stop-off in Farringdon a few minutes down the Hammersmith …
    By Chris Dyson, 2,112 words
  13. retiredmartin
    On permanent exploration of places, pubs, people and new music. 🇬🇧 More info

    February 2024. Leeds Pub Crawl. Nearly there now. Our gang of four* pub tourists were due to meet up again in the most famous Leeds’s most famous pub, if we could find it after six …
    By retiredmartin, 327 words
  14. Will Hawkes — Blog
    Beer, food and travel journalist. 🇬🇧 More info

    Does European beer have an American flavour?
    It’s the 28th of February, 1950, and Jean Llante, Resistance hero turned Communist politician, rises to address France’s National Assembly: “Monsieur le ministre, they are selling a drink on the boulevards of Paris called Coca-Cola …
    By Will Hawkes, 1,179 words