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Age: 39

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The Lord Warden, Liverpool

Typically boisterous Liverpool pub, a stone's throw from Lime Street, with a good atmosphere. It's small, a horseshoe round a bar, and was packed on my visit. Music and TV sport seem to feature strongly here, and 3 real ales are avaialable. On my Saturday afternoon visit I went for Saltaire Cascade which was refreshing and well-kept.
Probably not one for the one who likes quiet pubs, but the beer is of good quality and the atmosphere generally friendly. Nothing amazing but worth going to if waiting for a train.

16 Jul 2011 11:33

White House, Stalybridge

Much-improved by the sounds of things, this street corner boozer has a clean yet traditional feel, with leather seating and traditional wall-mounted furnishings occupying the partially opened-out rooms, which give it quite a bit of character. As noted, 6 handpumps dispense a variety of ales alongsidhe Hydes, I enjoyed a well-kept Ginger Marble. Definitely worth a visit alongside Q and the Buffet Bar.

16 Jul 2011 11:29

The Walkley Cottage Inn, Sheffield

Suburban roadside boozer that regularly makes the GBG. It looks of inter-war stock, and inside an unremarkable horseshoe room around a bar was busy on my Sunday afternoon visit, mostly with families having sunday lunch, which I must say detracted from the 'pubbiness' of the place somewhat. Beer-wise, the ubiquitous Abbeydale Moonshine and Easy rider were available alongside Landlord. went for the latter which was in good nick. Sky sports was being shown.
A pretty unremarkable boozer, probably not worth going out of your way for but nothing to stop you popping in for a pint.

16 Jul 2011 11:26

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