TREATED LIKE ROYALTY IN SUBURBAN SHEFFIELD

My first possibility was “The slow, sad decline of midweek drinking“, a rumination on the emptiness of pubs outside the weekend rush (see also: Life After Football). Plenty of pubs round me, of course, and as you’ll know I intend to visit EVERY one of them on foot, even though that’ll muck up my GBG… Continue reading TREATED LIKE ROYALTY IN SUBURBAN SHEFFIELD

MISSED PENALTIES & A RETURNED OTTER IN THE ISLE OF ELY

  By Saturday lunchtime I’d realised the postman wasn’t bringing my new Beer Guide, and as I’ve mentioned my nearest GBG18 tick was by now 210 minutes away in Wales. Sure, I could have finished Boak & Bailey’s 20th Century Pub, but I’d only been reading it for a year and you can’t rush a… Continue reading MISSED PENALTIES & A RETURNED OTTER IN THE ISLE OF ELY

THE ARCHITECTS OF CASK’S DEMISE

I know you’re desperate for news of Mrs RM‘s latest venture to keep me in the style to which I’m accustomed. She’s alternating between Northampton and Cambridge Councils, doing something involving IT, whatever that is.  The Cambridge version of her job takes place at Castle Hill, the highest point in town (i.e. about the height… Continue reading THE ARCHITECTS OF CASK’S DEMISE

MORE BREWERIES THAN PUBS IN WIVELISCOMBE

Pints and Pubs reported on yet more new brewery activity in my home town this week. BrewBoard strikes a (rip) chord https://t.co/mRyXFjCIx5 @BrewBoard — pints and pubs (@pintsandpubs) August 14, 2017 And of course, you can never have too many breweries, as they show the strength of our Campaign in 2017.  As the CAMRA press release says,… Continue reading MORE BREWERIES THAN PUBS IN WIVELISCOMBE