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Zero Degrees, Reading

Very interesting smoked beer recently. Pizzas are well worth a try with some very interesting flavours

21 Apr 2013 15:02

The Royal Oak, Wantage

Old school boozer local beer well kept with the odd surprise thrown in. A reason to kist wantage

14 Apr 2013 20:55

Lloyds No 1, Basingstoke

5 festival beers on 4 of them foreign ones three days before the festival starts is a little odd one thinks. That said it was a nice surprise

22 Oct 2012 13:40

Nags Head, Reading

Continuing its excellence brilliant variety of 12 ever changing ales

17 Oct 2012 17:41

The Maidenhead Inn, Basingstoke

Beer is of consistently good quality over the of late. Interesting guest beers too

27 Sep 2011 16:20

Nags Head, Reading

Bloody good Windsor black IPA

1 Mar 2011 16:56

The Bell Inn, Whitchurch

Solid pub. Excellent Russian winter on my visit

8 Feb 2011 10:57

The White Horse, Oxford

Decent pint of shootover prospect was had despit it being the last in teh barell which is a sign of good turnover.

24 Jan 2011 14:17

Royal Blenheim, Oxford

Good pint of ale and decent fish and chips. Will return when in oxford

24 Jan 2011 14:16

The Turf Tavern, Oxford

Brilliant real ales. As other reviewers have stated it is always packed but service usually remains friendly

24 Jan 2011 14:13

The Bounty Inn, Basingstoke

scary

8 Nov 2010 13:34

The Lamb and Flag, Oxford

Great Pub loved the Old Pec and betty stoggs

17 Aug 2010 20:28

The Bree Louise, Euston

Excellen 10% t brew dog paradox in here few days ago

28 Jul 2010 12:57

Queens Arms, Basingstoke

Excellent beer excellent food best pub in Basingstoke

28 Jan 2010 12:20

Nags Head, Reading

Brilliant Pub. superb pint of IPA (forgotten the name) and a good mid saturday atmosphere made for an enjoyable trip

22 Sep 2009 18:48

The Fleece Inn, Bretforton

Perfect Arround 5 ales always in perfect condition

26 Jul 2009 16:42

The Royal Oak, Wood Street

Superb free house and surprised and delighted to find a mild as a constant. excellent well worth a detour

13 Apr 2009 11:31

The South Western, St Denys

Fantastic pub nothing else to say

2 Mar 2009 11:45

The Guide Dog, Bevois Valley

Visited again post beer festival and have only posititves to describe the place, all ales were in great condition with a few from breweries i had not heard of and an interesting lemongrass beer!

11 Feb 2009 19:13

The Barley Mow, Southsea

Quick visit on a sunday afternoon, proper pub with a meat draw and people playing games, beer well kept including a porter which was a rare and nice surprise

12 Dec 2008 21:26

Globe Inn, Newtown

I believe the place is closing dont know whats going to happen to it

30 Oct 2008 22:44

Goat and Tricycle, Bournemouth

quiet on saturday afternoon but god feeling all the same beers were all tasty if a little expensive worth visiting always a new beer to try

27 Oct 2008 13:39

The Guide Dog, Bevois Valley

Very impressed with the recent beer festival, arround 20 ales on offer standing room only but good atmosphere and a good range of customers would like to visit another quieter time

27 Oct 2008 13:36

The Wellington Arms, Southampton

Brilliant pub good atmosphere and interesting decor. All beers sampled were kept very well only wish i could have stayed longer!!

27 Oct 2008 13:35

The Waterloo Arms, Freemantle

Fantastic pub tried a guest ale and an entire stout both were absolutely top notch well worth a visit the also do 4 pint take outs

27 Oct 2008 13:33

The Boringdon Arms, Turnchapel

Top pub only had the one as i was driving but really enjoyed it, also tasted someone elses pint of pitchfork from rch brewery which was in fabulous condition worht a visit

30 Sep 2008 23:52

The Prince of Wales, Farnborough

tried all the guest ales all in perfect condition could of done with a darker beer thrown in but i did visit in the summer. well worth a visit always new beers to try from arround the country

20 Sep 2008 12:19

The Crediton Inn, Crediton

cant fault the ales, nice mild on for national mild day guest beers make it worth a visit

12 Sep 2008 00:47

Swan Inn, Birlingham

accourding to the local paper the landlord is planning to start brewing his own beers only wish i still lived in the area not devon!

11 Sep 2008 23:03

The Bridge, Topsham

still the best pub in this land and generously offering pumpclips for a small donation to charity which as im collecting pump clips is useful! try it you will not be disapointed

7 Jul 2008 19:59

The Beer Engine, Newton St Cyres

One of the finest pubs i have ever been to, homemade beer and homemade food what can be better than that?! the piston bitter is to die for only wish it was nearer to my house! Try it you wont be disappointed

11 May 2008 17:16

Exeter Inn, Topsham

Friendly landlord and excellent local ales including a constant from teignworthy which is rather good being my favourite brewery!!

11 May 2008 16:17

The Old Fire House, Exeter

Recently refitted the downstairs bar, still looks the same to me though! although ale pumps have been disposed of and the beer is now served directly from the barrell. good times!!

17 Apr 2008 12:35

Nags Head, Sunningdale Village

good pub with two rooms. im still waiting to try the light mild a style rarely experienced

14 Apr 2008 17:42

The Ship Inn, Noss Mayo

decent ales summerskills -tamar, Pincetown jail ale and IPA all in good condition

5 Apr 2008 22:13

The Dolphin, Newton Ferrers

Hall and woodhouse pub. visited a few days ago. it doesnt get much better than sitting in the sun looking at the stunning view with a pint of glorious tanglefoot

5 Apr 2008 22:12

The Imperial, Exeter

as far as a spoons go this must be the best of the lot. big garden which means that during beer festivals they have a marquee with the barrells giving a lot more choice that is availible at other spoons. Apart from beer festivals i rarely visit, often find the beer is too cold although the odd interesting guest ale is sometimes availible

28 Mar 2008 00:46

The Well House, Exeter

good place for an afternoon beer while watching the world go past. never had a bad pint in there, not surprising when you see what percentage of the peoplein there are drinking ale

27 Mar 2008 13:52

The Great Western Hotel, Exeter

7 ales on when i visited last with yellowhammer, branoc, london pride and best of all port stout being regulars, friendly locals and service, worth a visit

6 Mar 2008 19:55

The Bridge, Topsham

This is the ultimate unspoilt pub. Always good conversation, the locals even talk to you, even if you are a grubby exeter student!. Thankfully no lagers are served, just a real beer menu with tasting notes. The beer is always perfect never too warm, a danger all to present these days!. Styles rarely seen these days such as stouts porters and milds are often availible and served all served with good cheers from a well informed family based staff, always happy to help you with your beer choice. Attracts customers of all walks of life which creates a good talkative atmosphere just like all pubs should have.

5 Mar 2008 01:03

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