Ye Cracke, Liverpool - pub details
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- Real ale
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|definitely worth a visit to an unchanged back street boozer.|
Interesting Cottage Brewing Co Air Supremacy on - all the way from Somerset.
Listen to the constant sounds of the Beatles on the Jukebox.
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Mappiman - 5 Sep 2016 12:00
|I thought I'd better give this pub another visit yesterday, having not been there for a few months. It preceded another small crawl of the area including the Fly In The Loaf, the Roscoe Head (hopefully not my last visit there) and the Dispensary. There are so many decent real ale places in this area now, that anybody who visits Liverpool for its ale should make their way to this part of Liverpool. Although you won't stumble upon this pub in passing. It's situated up a narrow side street. I often consider the Cracke as one of my favourite pubs in Liverpool. But yesterday's visit wasn't the best. The ale range seemed a little reduced - Thwaites Original, Plassey Midnight Mild, Slaters Autumn Red & Black Country Chain Ale. The cider was Old Rosie. There were only 4 other customers and the barmaid present. But this is often a pub that gets busiest in the evening. I'm reducing my score slightly. But this is still one of the best 5/6 pubs in Liverpool in my opinion.|
blue_scrumpy - 22 Nov 2015 19:31
|Decent back street pub, uninspiring ale choice on my visit, but busy on a Saturday night.|
pwilkins - 2 Apr 2015 10:51
|Always worth a drop by ale is generally good but you can get the odd iffy one which they usually change. Some rougher and quirkier elements to come in for an ale.|
Snarling_Mallard - 25 Nov 2014 17:39
|Still one of my favourite Liverpool pubs. It was reasonably busy early on a Saturday evening. The ale range didn't appear to be as good as normal - Thwaites Original, Hart of Preston Lord of the Glen, Heavy Industry 77, JW Lees The Governor & Robinsons Trooper. The real cider was Rosie's Crack en Juice. I'd never seen this one before. Perhaps it has been specially made for the Cracke. Tucked out of the way and off the beaten track.|
blue_scrumpy - 19 Oct 2014 21:15
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