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there is a crawl where you go around the circle line, go the nearest pub at all stops!
(suggested by stephen -
its called the heywood mile. its usually tried on a hot bank holiday weekend. the idea is u start at one end of heywood i.e. the black swan, and have a pint in each pub on the way into heywood center and beyond. due to heywood having a lot of pubs, once i the gunnise book of records, it separates the men from the boys
(suggested by chris dawson (cj))
grappling with the Gorge! A 'perfect' summer or autumn crawl/ramble can be had in the Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire.A relaxing saturday afternoon can be spent doing the following route, Start at The Boat in Jackfield, from here nip over the footbridge to The Shakespear, back over the bridge and follow the road up , past maws tile factory , follow the footpath through the woods and the old railway track to you reach The Black Swan (mucky duck to the locals), from here a short walk across the river bridge to the Robin Hood, then follow the river up stream on the footpath into Ironbridge , where the Ironbridge wine bar is worth a quick stop, then walk along the wharfage taking your pick of 5 or so pubs , the best being the last two , the malthouse and the swan, From the swan continue to walk past the car park and up a very steep short road to your right - aptly named Paradise( opposite the merrythought shop) this road will lead you eventually to the Coalbrookdale Inn, the real ale mecca of the gorge. This pub is now open all day so you can arrive any time!!Whilst at the Coalbrookdale Inn, pop over the road to the Grove for a swift one then back to the 'dale' for a fulfiiling night of lovely beer. The total distance of this crawl is about 2 miles, so is fairly energetic, however this is a flat version of the gorge crawl ,For the more energetic a hilly diversion can be taken from the Robin Hood up to the Golden Ball and then along Hodge Bower to the White Horse and then down to the Coalbrookdale, Stunning views.
(suggested by PF)
Forget Douglas if you're on the Isle of Man, Ramsey has the best pubs and they're all within walking distance of each other. Start at The Swan and work your way down Parliament Street via Bar Logo and The Plough then head over to the quay for The Stanley, The Mitre, The Schooner, The Ellan Vannin, The Royal George and finish up at Nightlife.
(suggested by Ralf Wenniks)
Pub Crawl Hide And Seek - Select a number of pubs (depending on the ability level of your 'seekers') and, having given the name and location of the first pub, give the participants clues to the next pub (cryptic or whatever). The smaller the pubs the better. Participants get the clues once they have proven that they're in the pub (maybe by answering a question - some homework will be needed for this before the day by the organiser i.e. what colour is the front door). The winner is the first person/s to find the organiser and present them with sufficient evidence that they've had a drink in each pub along the way i.e. a receipt for all their drinks. Best done in central London but it will work anywhere. The organiser clearly needs to spend the day in the last pub with some friends whilst the others are doing the crawl to stop themselves dying of boredom.
(suggested by Ali Brent -
(suggested by JIM)
Kilburn High Road, London NW6, every other building is a pub!
(suggested by GMouse)
Should think about it whitweek end of May early June do all the Hurst and Oldham st last stop Hat and Feathers singing Collyhurst Rd. Beaner here folk's Author "Grafters"
(suggested by Colin Blaney -
i think i good ifea woud be a crawl involving pubs with names that relate to the name of a country so one could drink their way around europe or something similar
(suggested by jonny)
A Samuel Smith London pub crawl would be impossible with that amoung of pubs. But try a Samuel Smith West End Pub Crawl. Starting from The Angel in the Fields, on Thayer St. Walk up Rathbone St (which becomes New Cavendish Street), where you'll pass the Duke of York on your left. Keep walking until you get to Weymouth Mews, where you can duck into the Dover Castle. Follow Rathbone/New Cavendish until you get to Great Portland, and then turn right. The Horse and Groom is your first stop on your left, and when you get to Langham St (again on your left), duck into the Yorkshire Grey. Go back to Great Portland street, and follow it to the Cock on your Right. Turn down left Margaret St (from the Cock head away from Regent St) and turn right onto Wells St where you'll find the Champion on your left. From the Champion turn left, and you'll find the Blue Posts on your right. From the Blue Posts, you can either head to Soho where you can find the John Snow, Red Lion, The Argyle and other Samuel Smith pubs OR you can take the 'standard' route, and head back north up Berwick Street(away from Oxford Street) until you get to Mortimer/Goodge Street, where you would turn right until Charlotte street, which leads you to the Fitzroy and Bricklayers Arms, and THEN to Soho...
(suggested by Alex)
Circle Line Pub crawl in London. Due to be changed in the next years, so this pub crawl must be completed. half a pint per stop, make sure you buy a Day Travel Card for use of underground and buses which costs 5.40. For the hardcore drinker, it's a pint per stop, but you will pass out unless you take your time
(suggested by dave -
re the "Rail Ale Trails" as well as the Wessex Trains' site mentioned, full details can be found on ttp://
(suggested by Richard Burningham -
Pubs on/by the Northern Line (Tube)
(suggested by Neil MacPherson -
The "Rail Ale Trail" series - promoting use of rail in Devon & Cornwall. The idea is to vist a couple of pubs each time as part of a country walk and collect stamps for a free T-Shirt. We modified it to do 10 pubs in one day which made it a lot more fun. A little tricky to organise the plan of attack around limited trains (especially as the day went on and each pub seemed less appealing to leave) But we loved it. We did the Tamar Trail near Plymouth but there are others. Go to to download a brochure.
(suggested by The Flat Hillwalking Society -
Dick Mayfair's Epic Pub Golf Championship 2005 Taking place on Jan 5th 2005, starting at The Bear on Lewes Road at 11.30am, this is a 36 hole course running all day, all the way through Brighton. Open to all, there will be more details and a printable scoresheet available soon on E-mail me for more info.
(suggested by Richard Harrison -
Linlithgow High Street Marathon... The Royal Burgh boasts a fair number of pubs along its' single High Street...I think it could be as many as 14 in a mile and a half..get of train at east end of town, walk to west end and commence the crawl in The Black Bitch tavern (I hasten to add, a Black Bitch is a native of the town, referring to the greyhound dog on the coat of arms) back to the train station via such fine places as The West Port, The Footballers Arms, The Four Marys et al...finish up in the Star & Garter and stagger back on to train...job done.
(suggested by alan w)
The great Saltash Golf Challenge Pub Crawl!!!! Saltash has 9 main pubs spread around the town. Start off in the Cecil or Ploughboy, onto the Rodney then the Two Bridges, Boatman, Union Inn, Waterside and back up to the Brunel for the late license on a Fri or Sat. In each pub have a drink from the 9 on a list you choose, if its a par 2 down that drink in two goes, one of the pubs can be a rest, where you drink your desired drink at a pace suited to you. Lowest score wins. Sobering up tie only avialable briefly between first 3 pubs, its full on from then on
(suggested by Stuart France)
12 Pubs of Christmas Remixed for 2004. 1.Pied Piper, Putney. 2.Eight Bells, Putney Bridge. 3.Golden Lion, Putney Bridge. 4.Seven Stars, Fulham. 5.Lord Burleigh, Victoria. 6.The Shakespeare, Victoria. 7.The Moon & Sixpence, Soho. 8.The Queens Head, Picadilly. 9.The French House, Soho. 10.Two Brewers, Covent Garden. An unfamiliar twist on the Christmas pub crawl already submitted. The idea is 12 pubs on the 12th day of Christmas with 12 people, starting about 12pm. The pubs correspond to the 12 Days of Christmas Song as follows: 1. The shakesPEARe. 2. TWO Brewers. 3. The FRENCH House. 4. The QUEENS Head. 5. GOLDEN Lion. 6. The Moon & SIXpence. 7. SEVEN Stars. 8. EIGHT Bells. 9. The QUEENS Head. 10. LORD Burleigh. 11. PIED PIPER. 12. To Be Confirmed. As you can see, this isn't really very strict but the heart and soul is there as well as the imagination! The Queens Head refers to Calling Birds and to ladies dancing from the song. Birds/Ladies......Queen!? The rest are quite obvious. The idea isn't to do the pubs in the order of the song thou. They've been selected to cut down on travel and maximise on drinking time. Little regard has been given to the quality of the pubs. Slight diversions could include but are not limited to: The Pear Tree, in Barons Court and the Bird in Hand in Kensington. These weren't selected really because of the geographics.
(suggested by George -
The Wimbledon Eight as invented and crawled round by Oliver Reed (check out his autobiography for proof). Includes most of the pubs in Wimbledon Village - Hand in Hand, Crooked Billet, Swan, King of Denmark, Dog and Fox, Brewery Tap, Rose and Crown and Fox and Grapes. I don't what order he visited them in but after a few it doesn't really matter!
(suggested by Dave)
The Baa Crawl: Visit 4 Baa Bars in 1 day. They are located: 1 in Liverpool, 1 in Wigan, 2 in Manchester. All less than 5 minutes walk from a train station, all on the same train route. Return from Liverpool to Manchester is 8. Bargain and great fun. We did it and got wasted. Check the Baa website for exact locations.
(suggested by Mike Clough)
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