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Always admired this site so I thought why not just get a profile. Currently based round Liverpool, making frequent trips to Manchester. I don't think I will be living around Liverpool long so I want to get as many pubs in as I can. Also will be going home to West Yorkshire and will get to some pubs around God's own county if possible. Sometimes I do the occasional away day with Bradford City so I will report on any pubs I frequent on these escapades. I am generally a 'proper pub' type of lad.

Username: Wezzielad

Age: 26

Sex: male

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The Paramount, Manchester

One of 5 wetherspoons in Manchester City centre, not a bad place, has a main ground floor and then a small extra level for seating. On the bar they had- Abbot, Doom bar, Robinsons Trooper, Elland 1872 porter, Titanic Captain Smith, Wainwright by Thwaites, JW Lees Game on (and a few others on but I can't recall what they were called). I had a pint of the Captain smith and 1872, both very nice and well kept. On this occasion I only paid 2.45 for each pint as it was their 'Monday Club' special, usually it would have cost 2.89-3.35 so quite pricey. I have learned my lesson about when to go into Wetherspoons pub from now on. Solid enough spot really.

14 Mar 2017 13:38

The Manchester and County, Manchester

A pretty bland spoons, the only thing worth noting is the bar is huge, very long. The ales on were- Doom Bar, Abbot, Ducks Folly by Goddards, UBU Purity, Thornbridge Jaipur IPA, Full Steam Ahead by Titanic. I went for the Ducks Folly, it was a nice pint and well kept, only problem was the price, I have posted on here about a spoons in Leeds (Cuthbert Brodrick), which did its guest beers for 2.85 minimum and I refused to pay it, well this place charged me 2.89 for the pint. The only reason I didn't do the same was because there was no indication of what the prices actually were until I paid the pint was poured. Not a bad place, spoons so if you want a drink that is better priced than other pubs than try it, but a bit too pricey for my liking.

11 Mar 2017 15:48

The Durning Arms Hotel, Liverpool

With all the chaos with Liverpool Lime Street I thought I would visit this pub which is a stones throw from Edge Hill station. It's a bit of a weird place this, jjust a very plain looking big room which has a bar in it. The keg selection is very minimal, about 6 keg beers max from what I remember. I went for M and B mild at 2.20, quite bland really but decent value. Bar maid was friendly and Athe locals in here all seemed okay, none seemed like fighting types or anything (saying that it wasn't that busy when I actually was in). Nothing wrong with the place but not one I would rush back to.

5 Mar 2017 19:13

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