“HOW CAN YOU NOT LIKE CHEESE ? CHEESE IS LIFE “. PUB PHILOSOPHY AT BRIDPORT’S TIGER

Our stroll along Bridport‘s main drag presented a mixed town with some oddly priced reading matter. There’s a good string of pubs, not all of them Palmers either. Next stop for us was the Greyhound. I assume we won’t see many Spoons in towns smaller than this in the future, so they are to be… Continue reading “HOW CAN YOU NOT LIKE CHEESE ? CHEESE IS LIFE “. PUB PHILOSOPHY AT BRIDPORT’S TIGER

BEER & FOOD MATCHING – PALMERS 200 & LADY BOBWOMBLE’S BROWNIES

I can put it off no longer.  After what seems like tmonths of build-up and multiple diversionary tactics, here’s Bridport. Part I, anyway. I’ve been wanting to visit the town properly for two decades, with a sole flying visit in 1995 now long forgotten. That means Stranraer is newly top of my “To See” list;… Continue reading BEER & FOOD MATCHING – PALMERS 200 & LADY BOBWOMBLE’S BROWNIES

WITNEY – A MUG OF TEA AND MAGGIE MAY

  Quite a few reports from our more affluent, and therefore duller, counties to come.  One of them will feature England’s worst beer and best faggots and chips, so something to look forward to. First to Witney last Monday, where I hoped to find a recent Prime Minister stocking shelves in Waitrose, or at very… Continue reading WITNEY – A MUG OF TEA AND MAGGIE MAY