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The Rusty Bike, Exeter

Just had to write to say what amazing food we had here, last Sunday..

We ate at tea time, and had Venison Sunday Roast, which was delicious.

Staff were totally friendly & helpful.

3 Real Ales on were all in excellent nick..2 were local, one of which was called Flag Ship..also on was an Ind Coope Ale, also very well kept..

A top pub, had a great experience here!

13 Mar 2012 14:09

The Hope and Anchor, Bristol

Went back for a second visit, and found it once again to a high standard..

The Gammon, Egg & Chips was great, and Pints of Cheddar Ales Potholer & Palmers IPA in top condition..

All in all, very impressed. A really welcoming & solid pub option for Beers, and for Food..

A perfect place to launch a session from, in fact...

28 Jul 2011 15:11

The Portcullis Inn, Bristol

This pub has a delightfully quirky interior...but, the real delight is the range of draught ales available..

The surprisingly youthful manager has a very firm grasp of what cutting edge Ales are being produced, both locally, and in the beer world, generally...

Expect to see Dawkins, Arbor Ales, Brew Dog Brews, and there was talk of an influx of American Craft Brewery Bottled treats in the near future...

This is well worth incorporating on your Clifton Pub Crawl, especially if you are a serious Beer Enthusiast, or someone curious to try some more unusual & fulsome flavoured Ales....even though it is a slight detour to reach, from the main bulk of Clifton Village boozers...

28 Jul 2011 15:06

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