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A Thornbridge too far?

Just last year the Thornbridge brewery was widely esteemed for improving struggling pubs as well as crafting great beers. But with its takeover of the popular Bath Hotel, could Thornbridge be starting to lose the admirers who made it a success? Continue reading

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Back to the Hallamshire House

The Hallamshire House was the first pub I blogged about on this site, back in January 2009, so it seems a fitting place to start things moving again now. For them as doesn’t know, the Hallamshire is a comfy suburban local in the Commonside area of Sheffield, about five minutes’ walk from where I live. … Continue reading

A week in pubs: w/c 18 April 2011

Pub visits this week 5 Location Sheffield There are the spring and autumn equinoxes. There’s the longest day and the shortest day, midsummer and midwinter. There are winter festivals of light in cultures all over the world. But, as we saw last week, the most significant annual milestone of all, as the earth orbits the … Continue reading

A week in pubs: w/c 21 March 2011

Pub visits this week 4 Locations Grimsby, Doncaster, Sheffield Mention an excellent boozer to someone with no soul and the chances are they’ll deride it as “an old men’s pub”. By this, of course, they mean you can get something good to drink, there’ll probably be room to sit down, there isn’t so much noise … Continue reading