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Born in Leeds, grew up in Maidstone, currently in my final year at the University of Sheffield.

Hobbies include Rugby League, pub sports, The Daily Star, drum and bass music, Las Vegas, horse racing and travelling around the North at weekends (occasional weekdays for Wakefield).

Dislikes are lager sheep, alcopop goats, CAMRA theme pubs, Sittingbourne, soccer matches involving England, West Street and National Express coaches. Favourite BITE users include Leebs (lager sheep) and ChrisP87 (my apprentice).

Favourite (for various reasons) pubs include, and are not limited to, Cask Bar (Manchester), Kelham Island Tavern (Sheffield), Cardinal (London), Brewery Tap (Leeds), Red Shed (Wakefield), Kings Head (Huddersfield), Admiral Gordon (Maidstone), Bag O'Nails (Bristol), Wheatshef (West Malling), Airbrau (Munich) and Lucky Devils (Los Angeles).

Username: Sharp

Age: 35

Sex: male

Latest comments by Sharp

Earl's, Maidstone

Must be a new chef here, I shared a chateaubriand with a pal and it really hit the spot.

28 Dec 2012 13:38

The Cavendish, Sheffield

Happy to report a reasonable selection of craft beers were available on my latest visit - I had a couple of Dogfish Head beers and although they were somewhat pricey, they were a delight. Review upgraded.

27 Dec 2012 19:35

Bia Hoi, Sheffield

Bia Hoi has been subject to numerous changes of name and has had various refurbs but luckily for me and my CAMRA chums I would now classify it has a real ale paradise, a welcome addition to the Sheffeld scene. Its now open all day and a beer terrace has been installed on the roof, perfect for the summer (although not ideal right now!!). 3 unusual guests were on offer on my latest visit, but I selected the always reliable Barnsley Bitter which I quaffed within 15 minutes before heading for a Subway. Yum.

27 Dec 2012 19:33

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Sharp has been registered on this site since 2nd October 2006