PANGOLIN

We’re on the road again, exploring beer gardens in our campervan. Someone is pleased.

As ever, the important thing is to keep the milk bottle with DIPA separate from the milk bottle for wee.

One other downside of this “On the Road” life is that I have to do these posts on the phone, never ideal.

A bit like doing Sheffield pubs in a pandemic.

ALL THE PUBS IN SHEFFIELD ON FOOT No. 5 – The Pangolin is highly controversial, not least for being the only Hillsborough pub NOT called “something Monkey” .

An off-licence that’ll activate the on-licence in May, we hope, it only opened on Wednesday, and I joined the queue of crafty Sheffielders (Where’s Will?) while Mrs RM explored B & M bargains.

ANOTHER Sheffield beer shop!

Yes, but Wednesday fans deserve good beer after their traumatic season, and it’s great to see new businesses open during a pandemic. The future is bright, particularly with St Mars of the Desert cans back.

3 hours in the Pangolin was already on a 3rd restocking of shelves, but they’d saved me, I mean Mrs RM, some of those 9% barley wines we like.

And if nothing else those milk bottles filled with lovely Abbeydale DIPA will come in handy in the campervan.

Oh, Mrs RM got a 6.5% bottle Wickwar of milk stout for a £1.60 from B & M Bargains. Life is sweet.

8 thoughts on “PANGOLIN

  1. “the important thing is to keep the milk bottle with DIPA separate from the milk bottle for wee.”

    How can you tell the difference?

    (I know, somebody had to say it…)

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  2. “We’re on the road again, exploring beer gardens in our campervan. Someone is pleased.”

    Mrs RM?

    (scrolls down)

    Ah… Baa Baa.. White Sheep? 😉

    “As ever, the important thing is to keep the milk bottle with DIPA separate from the milk bottle for wee.”

    My advice? Sniff first. 🙂

    “One other downside of this “On the Road” life is that I have to do these posts on the phone, never ideal.”

    (nods) Quite agree. I usually am not keen on commenting via phone.

    “Pangolin is highly controversial, not least for being the only Hillsborough pub NOT called “something Monkey” .”

    I would have to conclude these pubs are up to some monkey business!

    “and I joined the queue of crafty Sheffielders”

    Is that like sneaky? Hard to do in a queue one would think.

    “3 hours in the Pangolin was”

    I’m starting to become a fan of the comma. I read that as you being in the Pangolin for 3 hours. 😉

    “but they’d saved me, I mean Mrs RM, some of those 9% barley wines we like.”

    Nice use of the word ‘we’ there. 🙂

    “And if nothing else those milk bottles filled with lovely Abbeydale DIPA will come in handy in the campervan.”

    It does actually look like wee.

    Cheers

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