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|I'm suprised the Circle Line Challenge has not featured heavily. Each stop on the circle line (27 or 28 stops) has to be visited. It takes all day (trust me on this one) and it is recomended that half a pint at each stop is consumed. That way, 14 pints at the end of the day. A good steady drinking session. Plus, it takes in many fascinating sights around the capital!|
(suggested by Nick)
|hey im from bromsgrove and a good pub crawl is 1 the crabmill 2 the hopole 3 the queens 4 the hoggs head 5 the red lion 6 the golden cross 7 the hoolerhans 8 the black cross 9 the turks 10 the golden lion|
(suggested by kate)
|All stations on all the branches of the metropolitan line
(suggested by Bo)
|Done this bar crawl on bank holiday sundy - well & truly amazing !!!!!!
1. Belle Vue
2. Grand Central
3. The Office
4. The eagle
5. The King & Queen
6. The wagon & horses
7. The Cricketers
8. The Black Lion
9. The Victory
10. Easy Bar
11. The Windmill
12. The Hampton
Im sure we went somewhere else after but couldn't remember !!!!!!!|
(suggested by Anon)
|london circle line pint every other stop, bloody brill|
(suggested by oliver harkus)
|due to the main chester/manchester train line passing though the town of frodsham in chesire makes it very easy to get to.start at red lion on main street then a 100 metre walk to the bears paw, accross the road to the queens, then the golden lion, amore, walk up church street to the helter skelter and then accross the road to kydds bar which is open late.for the ones who wish to carry on after that there is the mersey view nightclub situated atop the hill.all these pubs will be busy at weekends and have a good mix of young and older customers along with different styles.the week nights tend to be quieter but still quite lively.all these above pubs are also no more than two minutes walk between each and others such as the cheshire cheese, ring of bells and the bulls head are a mere ten minutes walk further.
frodsham is a compact friendly town which in my opinion is ideal for a good pub crawl due to its variety of drinking houses and the friendly atmosphere.its boozetastic.enjoy.xx|
(suggested by michael manion)
|the metro run,take the tram from wolverhampton to brum,get off every stop and have a half in each pub by the tram line,do not start the run till bilston central (1st available pub)then every stop to snow hill birmingham ,|
(suggested by kanga)
|Why not take a night out in Kettering....?
Starting at Watercress Harrys on the buy one get one free cocktails, not to much loud music, banging disco or Chavs, then down to the Peacock for a little boogie... as long as your ear drums can take it, then up to the top stip of bars, some thing for everyone, O'Mallys offers your cheese down staires and house upstaires, across the road is Extra and down from that is the Popular Bar Sun... Atmosphere is tops!!!|
(suggested by Amy)
|Old to new religion.
Start at Kilmartoin Hotel (2/3 Real Ales, Practical food - not pre preped ready meals - real fire and welcomeing place.
Head south past cysts, Standing stones and via Temple Wood accross the Monnie Mhor nature reserve to the canal.
Turn right (west) to the Crinnan Hotel (expensive, traditional west highland "welcome", 1 real ale (alegidly).
From there head south through the woods along to the path to Carsaig Bay. Turn Left (East) accrros the pass to "the house in the pass" Tayvallich.
The in n does great seafood and 1 Real Ale (Cale 80). This is close to where Columba landed before heading off to Iona.
Public transport practicalisties probably mean doing in reverse - or on reaching the canal heading East to Cairnbaan Hotel (2 Real Ales), the Commodore in Lochgilphead and then to Ardishaig where the Bridge Inn (the old Canal Managers house) is good for the food and the Lorn Bar does good Real Ale (local pub with pool table etc.)|
(suggested by Ussian P Blagh - kbarr3@anfisDOT.coDOT.uk)
|This is the first pub crawl for the real ale society at the University of Nottingham. Start at the Forest Tavern, Mansfield Road, then Lincolnshire Poacher, Langtry's, Bell on the Square, Roebuck, Sal or Keans Head, Bunkers Hill and Old Moot Hall Inn. Then the cypriot society party for me-give it.|
(suggested by Chaz)
|We tend to do crawls all over harrow toen centre, 1st the junction-trinity-oneills-rat and parrott-then finish in whichever of the late bars has best atmosphere.|
(suggested by catherine)
the railway tavern
the clapham north|
(suggested by kristie)
|monolopy pub crawl of london! take your top hat and thimble and stop at every space on the UK monolopy board|
(suggested by mike)
|It is the Paddington Pikey Pub Crawl.
When we did it last thursday with over 20 workmates we started in the Pride of Paddington, then onto the sawyers arms, along to the Sussex Arms where no women ever drink and reef is £1.35 a bottle, down to the depths of the Cads Bar where £1.60 will get you a pint, along to the Alexander Fleming where the only 2 shots they have tequila and zambucca, next to the Monkey Puzzle which in truth was too respectable for this crawl, down the road to the Heron which is at the bottom of a council estate, then up the road to the final trio all a stones throw from each other. The Rob Roy, The Royal Exchange and then The Great Western. By this stage we were steaming and the Exchange & Great Western were not keen on getting our business, so we decided to head back to the pub of the night, The Heron, to dance the final 20 minutes away, unknown to us that the pub was closed for a private party for a group of germans. It didn't stop us first time and it didn't stop us second time. Great night and a seriously challenging crawl. 16 drinks in total (ncluding shots, tart juices, spirits and beer), i would love someone else to replicate it and let me know how they get on.|
(suggested by rory - firstname.lastname@example.org)
|For Gosport- start at The White Hart on Stoke Rd and then work your way up to The Vine (note- min age is 21yrs). Next to the Rose and Crown then Olivers. Up the High St to George and Dragon then wetherspoons and finally the Waterfront. Guarenteed you wont be standing at the end? Happy drinking xx|
(suggested by Lynzi)
|St Albans (the younger alternative route!) Start off at the town hall. Walk right along Victoria street to Casa, then straight into O'Neills next door. Wander back onto the main street and to the left to the Bell, shortly followed by the Cross Key. After leaving there head to the Vintry (located further down and right at the main traffic light junction). Continue to the Fleur found along but the other side of the road to the vintry and next to the clock tower. End up at batchwood nightclub by catching the batchwood bus from the main street by the bus stops.|
(suggested by Sue McElroy)
|St. Albans Real Ale Pub Crawl and History Tour, Hertfordshire-type 'AL1' in Multi-maps.
Start at the Clock Tower (town centre)- time Midweek. 1st stop the BOOT (guest ales & ambiance) then down the hill a bit - George St to the TUDOR TAVERN (mainly for well kept Bombardier-C.Wells) then down Fishpool St. (you know where this is going)to LOWER RED LION - 6 guest ales different all the time and friendly (CAMRA approved). By now if you can - stagger further down Fishpool St go to the BLUE ANCHOR for some McEwens Ales. Mc's Best is good and sometimes a seasonal one on! Two more pubs left. Your now in the old town of St. Michaels - over the bridge and past the waffle house/Old Mill and next pub is THREE HORSESHOES very rustic and finally if you can still stand SIX BELLS has 6X, Abbott Ale and Green King ales. Cheers...enjoy the walk back UP fishpool st...|
(suggested by Jim)
|Tour de Portsmouth Harbour. Compulsory to be done on bicycles.
Start at the Crofton, Stubbington,Hants. Then to Wetherspoons in Fareham, then the Churchillian on Portsdown Hill,the Ship at Hayling Causeway, the pub by the ferry, the RMA in Eastney, the Volunteer on Albert Rd, SOuthsea, the Still and West, Old Portsmouth, the Dolphin, Old Portsmouth, the Bridge Inn, Camber Dock, the Gales Pub at Gunwharf,then the Castle, Gosport, the Dolphin, Gosport,the Old Ship, Lee on Solent and....back to the Crofton. Target time 8 hours, one pint in each pub.|
(suggested by don)
|The Otley Run
Named after the 'Otley Road' out of Leeds, rather than Otley itself. The traditional route can be completed on foot, and is as follows:
1. Woodies' Ale House
2. The Three Horseshoes
3. (O'Hagan's) New Inn
4. The Headingley Taps
6. Original Oak
7. The Hyde Park Pub
8. The Library (formally Feast & Firkin)
9. Pack Horse
10. The Eldon
11. The Old Bar (in the University Union)
12. The Fenton
13. The Dry Dock
Then onward to Leeds City itself, where the choices become endless!!|
(suggested by Rob H)
Right start the night off in Brookes bar, excellent to get it started quickly, 10 shots for £8, funky music and a decent high quality bar.
Move down the town to Bellini's. Excellent music, good vibe, funky house music and good quality clubbers.Gets you in the mood to move towards.......
Liquid....Not fantastic i know but its the better nightclub out of the lot! If you get there early enough then you get in for free with a flyer or at a discount price, and some free drinks with it!! they also do buy one get 2 free if you go on time!
Depending on the scene in Liquid move towards Charlie Browns if you want a late one. Good funky dancy music. Why not?!
Then to Sammys for a kebab and a brandy and coke!|
(suggested by Hannah Lindsay)
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