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The Lord Rosebery, Scarbro'

There’s a theme building from the last post. Like I’d never blogged about a Sam Smith’s pub before, I’ve never blogged about a Wetherspoon’s pub neither. 671 more words

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The Golden Ball, Scarbro'

I don’t think I’ve blogged about a Sam Smith’s pub before. Not for any particular reason, there’s nothing wrong with their no frills, no nonsense, bargain basement priced, traditional sort of old fashioned boozer approach; my own local is a Smith’s house. 794 more words

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Croham loses its View, as pubs face 43% business rate hike

And there goes another one.

The View pub, on the Selsdon Road, what was once called the Railway View, because it has a view of, well… has called last orders for a final time, the business crushed by the changing economics of the beer and entertainment industry and probably, according to a report from the BBC, the weight of business rates charged by the Tory government. 903 more words

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WTGW 11/9/16: Mavis Winkles Irish Pub, Twinsburg

Sorry we’ve been away.  World Series, yo. I mean, we do live in Cleveland after all.

Which translates to Amanda’s pick being on the back burner for about a month now, since our streak of baseball watching began with the playoffs and we didn’t want to chance trying out a new place that may or may not have ample televisions tuned to the game, as well as seating options with good sight lines of said televisions. 1,229 more words

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Malta Part II - The Sun in Splendour and WMC's

The Sun in Splendour Triq Ross, St Julians, promotes itself on the back of it’s quirky beer garden out the back. It’s also a very nice place to sit outside on the street and watch the world go by. 1,141 more words

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Malta and The Pub

I was looking forward to going back to Malta after ten years absence, and hoping that, in terms of beer, things might have moved on a bit?  911 more words

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Deja vu, or just a new enemy?

Marston’s featured heavily in the daily news round from Morning Advertiser today. The strap line on Nicholas Robinson’s, 01-11-16, article reads;

Marston’s will flex the full potential of its five breweries by partnering with international and UK beer brands and snapping up other beer companies, if they fit with the brewer and pub group’s proposition. 709 more words

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