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Euston Tap, Euston Road, London

Visited: Wednesday 8 December 2010 The Sheffield Tap has been one of the great success stories of the past 12 months. It is salutary proof, despite the dismaying and staggering rate at which British pubs continue to close down, that an expertly conceived and managed new boozer can still do great business. Emboldened by their … Continue reading

A week in pubs: w/c 15 November 2010

Pub visits this week 9 Locations Sheffield, York, Grimsby, Bakewell Real ale is becoming moderately popular among young people! And who’d have known if the Guardian hadn’t told us? But let’s just make sure this article has all the required components. References to real ale being characterised as “an old man’s drink”? Check. Semi-reassuring statistics … Continue reading

A week in pubs: w/c 1 November 2010

Pub visits this week 5 Location Sheffield Get to the pub.com is a pub blog rather than a beer blog. This being the case, when it comes to guidebooks I’d expect to find a pub guide more useful or valuable than a beer guide. But whatever you can say about Camra’s Good Beer Guide, its … Continue reading

A week in pubs: w/c 18 October 2010

Pub visits this week 5 Locations Sheffield, Dronfield Friday night at Sheffield’s Rutland Arms is a little different this week. In the function room upstairs, taking place as part of the Off The Shelf festival, is an evening of stories about the Rutland Arms. I’m here to read the piece I wrote about the pub … Continue reading