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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

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    The class status of Bass in Bristol pubs
    Beer brands have different meanings in different contexts. Especially old ones like Bass which have had time to evolve and mutate. Down here in Bristol, Bass isn’t a rarity. At least not if you get …
    By Boak & Bailey, 604 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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    BRAPA ..... RUTLAND WEEKEND ALEVISION SPECIAL
    When Daddy BRAPA wielded the green Staedtler (love you guys, please send me free pens) on the Plough, Greetham (2839 / 4999), it became my second county completion in the space of a few days, …
    By Si Everitt, 1,345 words
  3. Campaign for Real Pubs
    They can still be found if you know where to look... 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Cross Keys
    The Cross Keys, Penkridge, Staffordshire ST19 5HJ An old pub standing by the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal to the south-east of the village centre, it was originally isolated in the middle of open fields, but …
    By Curmudgeon, 293 words
  4. Closed Pubs
    Recording the slow, sad death of the British pub. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Travellers Inn
    The Travellers Inn, Sheffield, Yorkshire An unusual tall, narrow, free-standing pub on the Attercliffe Road on the north-east of the city. StreetView shows that it was demolished between November 2020 and October 2022
    By Curmudgeon, 36 words
  5. Jane Stuart - Writer
    My musings on beer and football culture. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Burton Pubs
    Ah Burton. The home of beer. It had been a while since I’d visited – everywhere seems so far away since I moved back to Blackpool and the trains aren’t cheap these days either. However, …
    By blackpooljane, 2,679 words
  6. Mappiman's Real Ale Walks
    Walking the UK, ticking off CAMRA Good Beer Guide Pubs and hunting for Geocaches. 🇬🇧 More info

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    17/06/24 - City of London Pub Crawl
    Bob Steel sets the routeI've certainly got my money's worth from Edition 1 of CAMRA London Pub Walks. The first walk I used for reference was way back in June 2006. 18 years later and …
    By Mappiman, 560 words
  7. Merseyside Pub Guide
    The Researcher's Blog. By Phil Wieland. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Oxton
    On a sunny Thursday I ventured under the river, aiming for Oxton. Leaving the bus at the Half Way House which I will save for a subsequent trip, I toiled up the hill to the …
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  8. Micropub Adventures
    Micropubs, Breweries, Pubs and more……. By Scott Spencer. 🇬🇧 More info

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    15/06/24 – Darton, Mapplewell and Barugh Green
    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, 1,423 words
  9. The Pub Curmudgeon
    A jaundiced view of life from the darkest recess of the saloon bar... 🇬🇧 More info

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    Crocodile tears for pubs
    It’s noticeable how, when an election comes around, politicians suddenly discover an interest in pubs that had been notably lacking in the preceding years. The latest example of this comes from the Labour Party, who …
    By Curmudgeon, 875 words
  10. Pub History Project – Leicester
    History and Beer. By Barry Lount, Stephen Bunker. 🇬🇧 More info

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    PALMARINA, 109 KING RICHARDS ROAD
    Palmarina Tapas, Cocktail & Wine bar opened circa 2018. Photo credit above: Leicester Mercury. Photo credit above: Palmarina Facebook Page. Music, coffee, café bar. As of writing, Palmarina is very much still open for business.
    By pubprojectleicester, 40 words
  11. The Pub Man
    There is only pubs. By Cooking Lager. 🇬🇧 More info

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    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

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    Rambling Round The Red Rose City....
    New blogging territory as I make my first visit to the historic city of Lancaster for many a year. And I find a thriving, interesting, and down to earth place which is home to a …
    By Chris Dyson, 2,496 words
  13. retiredmartin
    On permanent exploration of places, pubs, people and new music. 🇬🇧 More info

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    ALL THE PUBS IN THE MANCHESTER BEER BOOK – SOCIETY
    June 2024. Manchester. A Wednesday gig and pub night in Manchester lacked one major item; a curry. Why not combine the two ? Society, home to a third entry in the Matt Curtis guide, which …
    By retiredmartin, 364 words
  14. Will Hawkes — Blog
    Beer, food and travel journalist. 🇬🇧 More info

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    April: Kicking Off in Old Street, A Smaller Brew and Easter in SE12/13
    A monthly newsletter about London beer and pubs written by Will HawkesEnjoy London Beer City? Support it here Kick OffTwo untidy piles of football scarves sit by the door at The Volley, London’s soon-to-be new …
    By Will Hawkes, 1,969 words