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The Grapes, Liverpool - pub details


Address: 60 Roscoe Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9DW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15267) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liverpool Central (0.3 miles), Lime Street Liverpool (0.5 miles), James Street (0.8 miles)

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The Grapes is just about the best pub in this part of town at present. They often offer a real cider, which gets my vote. Although having said that, there was none on our visit yesterday. The ale selection was Melwood Moon Dance & Big River, Parker Barbarian Bitter, Ad Hop Endeavour & Liverpool Pale, Beatnikz Republic Smash Mosaic, Neptune Devil's Hole & Salt Velveteen Cocoa Porte. Gibberish Pineapple Upside Down was one of the craft beer offerings. The drinking environment is quite pleasant with a number of different drinking areas and it always seems friendly.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Nov 2019 10:14
If it was somewhere else the new art and ecelectic drink mix would make it a rae for hipsters but this is mainly your average Joe Ragarse (albeit ragarses who wannabe David Baileys but are more Baileys No Ice) hangout. Some unusual brews on and in good nic too.
Snarling_Mallard - 18 Jan 2019 02:02
After a disappointing visit to a new bar called the Beer Engine, my final port of call for the evening was the Grapes. This is always a reliable venue for a drink after 11pm in Liverpool. It was fairly busy at this time last night, as usual. The interior has been expanded and tidied up. It creates a bright and pleasant drinking environment. Service is quick and the bar staff are knowledgeable. Last night, the ales were Melwood Marmalade Skies, Red Star Grapes IPA, Hawkshead Chapter 11 That Old Rope, Neptune Tatha, Rock The Boat Faith Hope & Charity, Castle Rock Factory No. 6 & Cwrw Ial Pothole Porter. In addition they have a real cider. This is normally Seacider Medium Dry. But they did apparently have a couple of other varieties of Seacider waiting in the cellar. This is fast becoming one of my favourite pubs in Liverpool, as it is consistently good.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Aug 2018 19:29
A fairly big place with a G-shaped bar with a few seating areas, most of them right in the bars vicinity. The bar itself has a bit of a weird theme, almost a bit of a tropical feel. Behind the bar they also have old beer clips. On the bar the beers when I was in were- Salopian Atonement, Binghams Vanilla Stout, Agnes by a Cornish Brewery, Habour Cornish bitter, Pithead Porter by Big Hand brewery,Hafod Sunrise, Neptune Mermaids Purse. I went for the Pithead Porter, a pretty decent beer. The bar man was friendly and the punters seemed decent. Worth a return trip and a visit to anyone who hasn't been.
Wezzielad - 21 Jun 2017 21:50
I agree that the Grapes has improved further, with the new extension. It still maintains its traditional feel, whilst simply allowing more customers. This is one of the late night establishments in this area. So it was busy when we arrived in the early hours of Saturday morning. The atmosphere was lively and bar staff were friendly and efficient. Ales were Neptune Riptide & Aegir, Salopian Bulletproof & Far Side, Hopcraft Dead Man Calling & Heavy Industry Pigeon Toed Orange Peel. They also had Seacider Medium Dry on handpull. Now possibly my third favourite pub in Liverpool after the Ship & Mitre and the Dispensary.
blue_scrumpy - 13 May 2017 16:48

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