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A quick look in the Bath

At last I’ve taken my first peek inside the Bath Hotel since Thornbridge came in. As the brewery promised, there’ve been no major changes to the decor. The lick of paint that’s been applied isn’t even Thornbridge Green – it’s a sort of slate grey colour. House beers accounted for half the handpumps, with the … Continue reading

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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

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

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