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The Geldart, Cambridge - pub details


Address: 1 Ainsworth Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2PF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36515) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cambridge (0.7 miles), Shelford (4 miles), Waterbeach (5.1 miles)

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I made a return visit to the Geldart yesterday afternoon. It was much quieter than on my previous visit. But little else has changed. The ale selection this time was Oakham Citra, St Austell Tribute, Adnams Ghost Ship & Mosaic, Jenning's Cumberland Ale, Castle Rock Harvest Pale & Laine's Small Boi.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jan 2020 21:21
Another of those decent back street locals that Cambridge does so well. Has two separate rooms with the one bar. They had five ales on - the Exeter Avocet went down well.

It appears that new entries aren't accepted on here anymore - which is a pity with the constant changes of closures and new establishments. As they can't be added I though I'd comment on three that are in the vicinity of the geldart but aren't listed

CALVERLEY BREWERY TAP- Hooper Street. Basic small room in brewery with a couple of benches with a few more benches and outbuilding. Tried the porter and the pale both quite palatable. They have a food truck parked in the street outside. Only one single toilet so expect to queue for it.

STATION TAVERN - ground floor of new building outside station. A Youngs/Wells corporate house - bland in all respects.

THE OLD TICKET OFFICE - Part of the original station building with five ales on offer. Forgot the one I had but it was a decent pint. In another town this would probably make the GBG but there are too many other good pubs in this town. Worth a swift pint before catching your train though (and preferable to the bland Youngs pub opposite)
Snarling_Mallard - 17 Feb 2019 10:57
this is one of those very few pubs that feel good on entering and just gets better.We felt so at home here that simple things like trains etc.were completley forgotten. As the previous poster points out seven real ales and most were interesting. The plan now is to go again.
slerpy - 7 Apr 2017 21:26
The GBG didn't do this service! Was expecting Deuchers, Youngs and St Austell, wasn't expecting 4 other beers from more unusually breweries! Predominantly light and hoppy beers (as with everywhere else now it seems) but there was a Toffee Porter.
Quirky pub that's done out well, had a traditional jazz feel to it (music and decor) which isn't normally my thing but worked really well. An excellent pub for a couple to sit and relax but also well worth a visit for a group of ale enthusiasts.
Rod_Hariga - 5 Mar 2017 07:50
This is in an oasis of pubs all close together and all with something to recommend them. Backstreet local not too far from city centre. 8 pumps all on on a Tuesday evening. Dancing duck dark drake, Orkney old macgregor, rooster blind jack, Oakham Citra, castle rock harvest pale, Youngs Special, which I avoid on principle now, Tribute and Deuchers IPA.
TonyMitch - 22 Mar 2016 21:53

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