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The Pilgrim, Liverpool - pub details

Pilgrim

Address: 34 Pilgrim Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9HB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8395) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liverpool Central (0.4 miles), Lime Street Liverpool (0.6 miles), James Street (0.9 miles)

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This pub used to be open for breakfast at weekends. But it no longer opens until midday. Nevertheless, the ale range was fairly decent - Stamps Winter Warmer, Phoenix Spotland Gold & Wychwood Hobgoblin. The cider was Rosie's Black Bart. I went for the Winter Warmer, which was a chocolate and mandarin porter and very enjoyable too. The interior always feels quite grungy and it's a popular place for music, with a free juke box. There are long bench tables and seating with further tables and seating at the side. It's a fairly dark place, as it is underground.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Jan 2017 15:47
I was under the impression that this pub wpuld be quite cheap as it seems to draw students, either way I thought it was worth checking out. A big room of place, with a big table in the middle that you would see in hofbrauhaus. 3 localish ales on, my pint of Liverpool Craft Oatmeal stout was very nice but a bit pricey at 3.40.  A decent pub to come with mates or to have a pint by yourself (plenty of space and tables) but it has a spoons type vibe to it, as in not a proper pub feeling to it.  I rated Ye Cracke more than here.
Wezzielad - 17 Dec 2016 12:20
Despite my last comment 2 years ago that I needed to get here more often, the Pilgrim is not a place I've had a drink in too many times since. We often go in, but are disappointed by the ale range that appears to have shrunk of late. 3 ales were on - Spitting Feathers Solstice, Sharps Doom Bar & Titanic Plum Porter. Rosies Black Bart was advertised. But I couldn't see it anywhere. But I was happy enough with the porter. I still like this place as a pub. It has a fairly unique atmosphere and being in between the Cracke and the Grapes, it's still a place I will visit.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Sep 2015 12:28
If your in the City worth a visit. Can get a bit noisy when busy, but generally find its good beer and prices. The place has its quirks but in an interesting way.
AleMan70 - 2 Oct 2013 05:18
The Pilgrim was fairly busy on my Sunday evening visit. There was a good selection of ales - Purple Moose Dark Side of The Moose, Three B's Fetter's Choice, Phoenix Wobbly Bob & Hopsack. The real cider was Rosies Black Bart. It's generally quite noisy in here. But the choice of music was good and diverse. Increasing my rating from 6 to 7. Making a note to come here more often.
blue_scrumpy - 14 May 2013 15:45

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