Back home, a day’s rest before we finally charged up the campervan and took it out on an exciting Good Friday trip. Just up the road from Greater Waterbeach, but it’s a start. There’s a website that tells you where you can park your campervan overnight for nothing, as long as you don’t need electricity… Continue reading PRIDE DRINKING WELL IN EARITH SLUICE
All good things must come to an end, and so it is that I say goodbye to my Aston Villa supporting followers after that last post. Bye Steve. Digbeth ended with a newbie recommended by Beer Mat, and an old classic. Don’t judge the Ruin by its plush outdoor seating. This was another favourite on… Continue reading RUIN(ED) IN A DAY – THE NEW ORDER IN BRUM
A few posts from the “M180 corridor” as I finish Lincolnshire, a large county rather over-represented in the Beer Guide if you ask me. But I always welcome a trip to Barton-upon-Humber, which seems intent on giving all its pubs a crack in the GBG. Rotation, rotation, rotation. I was last here for the… Continue reading BODGE-UPS IN BARTON ON HUMBER
Yes, life’s big questions. Apart from “Was that referee at Stamford Bridge last night really Delia Smith in disguise“. Today I say “Thank you, Derby CAMRA” for picking GBG pubs on the basis of beer quality, and giving us the White Swan in Littleover. a village-cum-suburb that BeerMat brings us regular reports from. It looks… Continue reading STRAIGHT OR HANDLE ? SPARKLED OR FLAT ?