50 Best Pub Crawls in England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland

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The heat from the smoky fire reaches you at the scarred, wooden bar. The pint of real ale in your hand is cool, solid, and glows copper-red in the light of the flames. Taking another long pull of beer (after all, you've earned it), you think to yourself, "it can't possibly get any better than this." Then you remember you have two more pubs to visit, and you think, "maybe it can!"

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You've Got to Learn to Walk Before You Can Crawl

The heat from the smoky fire reaches you at the scarred, wooden bar. The pint of real ale in your hand is cool, solid, and glows copper-red in the light of the flames. Taking another long pull of beer (after all, you've earned it), you think to yourself, "it can't possibly get any better than this." Then you remember you have two more pubs to visit, and you think, "maybe it can!"

Join Barrie Pepper, one of Great Britain's best-known beer writers, as he guides you on 50 excursions by foot, bus, and train through some of the most picturesque parts of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland to sample their finest traditional ales in some of their most historic pubs. This is pub crawling at its best!

Each of these 50 pub crawls, from Aberdeen to York, includes concise and clear directions, a detailed map of your route, pub recommendations (including what's on tap and on the menu), brewery and pub histories, and fascinating facts about points along your way.

From a trip across London Bridge, to a hike over the meadows of Wharfedale, or even a ride on the Severn Valley Railway, you will agree that this is the way to see Great Britain & Ireland.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781580171779
  • Publisher: Storey Books
  • Publication date: 3/15/2000
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.52 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.63 (d)

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Barrie Pepper is one of England's best known beer writers. He has recently retired as Chairman of the British Guild of Beer Writers after seven years in office. This is his 14th book. His previous books include Irish Pubs, The International Book of Beer, The Bedside Book of Beer, and The Old Inns and Pubs of Leeds. He writes for What's Brewing, Pub Management Magazine, American Brewer, the Yorkshire Post, and several other newspapers and journals. His other interests include sport and music, and he enjoys good company and conversation in the convivial atmosphere of genuine pubs. He and his wife, Carolynne, who runs a beer shop, live in one of the leafier parts of Leeds.
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Table of Contents


Introduction

Aberdeen

Arundel

Bath

Belfast

Bridgnorth

Bristol

Burton upon Trent

Bury St. Edmunds

Cambridge

Chester

Cirencester

Derby

Dublin

Durham

Edinburgh

Exeter

Historic Greenwich

Horsham

Hull

Hyde Road, Manchester

Kendal

Kington

Lancaster

Ledbury

Leeds to Manchester by Rail

Lee Valley by Boat

Lincoln

Liverpool

Llandudno

London Bridge and the Borough

Louth

Merton and South Wimbledon

Newbury

Newcastle upon Tyne

Nottingham

Otley

Oxford

Preston

St. Albans

Salford

Severn Valley Railway

Sheffield

Shields

Stalybridge

Stockport

Swindon

TaffVale

Walsall

Wharfdale

York

Map Section

Index

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