Blog Posts - Real Ale



The Lower Turk's Head Pub

The Lower Turk's Head pub in central Manchester, close to the Arndale Centre in the Northern Quarter, is one of the city's oldest pubs dating back to 1745.After being closed for a period, the pub reopened in 2013 and is located right next door t...
by Devon Visitor on May 23, 2016

8 Reasons To Open Your Own Pub

If you’re ready to start your own business in London, there aren’t many choices as rewarding and enjoyable as running your own pub. If you’re not convinced, here are eight reasons that will change your mind: 1. To Enjoy the Freedom of Being You...
by Moving to London on May 9, 2015

Cook Hall & Real Ale Brewing Co's Inagural Beer Dinner

Question:  What do you get when you mix a five-course dinner at the W Dallas - Victory... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]...
by McKinney Mommas on Jun 4, 2013

Cook Hall Beer Dinner - A Dallas Foodie Adventure! May 31

No plans for Friday? Looking for a foodie adventure in Dallas?  Well, how does of a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]...
by McKinney Mommas on May 29, 2013

Best real ale pubs in Redditch – guest post by Robert

With traditional British pubs closing at an alarming rate, it’s great to find a place that still has lots of knowledgeable barmen offering proper craft beer on tap in cosy surroundings. If you love a decent real ale or craft … Continue readin...
by Day in the life of a busy gal on May 17, 2013

Clockwork Beer Co, 1153-1155 Cathcart Rd, Glasgow G42 9HB

Clockwork Beer Co is located on Cathcart Road, not far from Mount Florida Railway Station and Hampden Park (handy for a pre-game pint).  We popped in to have a look at their brewery tour. I’ve long been a fan of … Continue reading →...
by Food and Drink Glasgow on Mar 27, 2013

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

St Andrew’s and Blackfriars’ Halls (known collectively as ‘The Halls’) is a 13th century medieval complex at the end of our street and the best preserved friary in England. The riot of sturdy buttresses, hammer beams and Gothic ar...
by Perking the Pansies on Nov 8, 2012

The Death of Great British Traditions – Public Houses

A number of great British traditions are dying and it can all be linked back to one thing – The Government. Not just the current one, this is something Labour, Liberal Democrats and Conservatives can all take the blame for. It all … Con...
by Day in the life of a busy gal on May 24, 2012


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