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user reviews of the Font, Liverpool

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The Font is another Liverpool pub that opens in the morning during the week. There were already a few students in. The 2 real ales were Big Bog Hunky Punk & Mobberley Brewhouse Solstice, whilst the cider was Rosie's Triple D. There's a good selection of craft beers in bottles and cans. The interior remains pretty much unchanged.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Dec 2019 21:23
Stopped by here again yesterday. Again, little has changed since my previous visits. The 2 ales were Mobberley Brewhouse Road Runner & Salopian Chicane. The cider was Rosie's Triple D. We arrived during happy hour. But I'm not sure it made any difference to the prices.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Feb 2018 16:17
Clearly students don't review on here, as mine are the only reviews for over 8 years. Was back here yesterday. Little has changed. Although there was only 1 ale - Liverpool Organic Bier Head. The cider was Rosie's Triple D. A fair few were in to watch the North London derby football game on one of several TV screens. Others were in for food. Moved on from here to the far superior Pen Factory (not listed on here).
blue_scrumpy - 6 Mar 2016 17:41
Was back in the Font yesterday afternoon for a swift half. They still have 3 handpulls, 2 for ales and 1 for a cider. They had Purple Moose Ysgawen, Liverpool Organic Iron Men & Rosie's Wicked Wasp. Always noisy and bustling and very much still a student hangout.
blue_scrumpy - 17 Mar 2013 11:35
Yesterday was my first visit to this modern student pub located near both Liverpool universities and opposite the Catholic cathedral. Two handpulls served Black Sheep Best Bitter and Liverpool Organic's Mersey Cider - a first for me. The various Liverpool Organic pumpclips displayed next to the bar indicate that the Font has also sold several of their beers. The walls are painted a mix of red and black with the usual student type advertisements for live music and various other events. Football was showing on one big screen and several smaller TVs. However it was at a volume that was not conducive to a relaxing drink, and the shouts from the armchair (or rather wooden seat) supporters was a little annoying. Furniture is modern wooden tables with a mixture of wooden chairs and leather sofas. Friendly service. I will probably return some time.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Nov 2010 14:47
It's a nice place to meet or have lunch, but it gets a bit crowded of an evening. It's a good place for students, seeing as it's in close proximity of the UoL and JMU.
DMed - 31 Oct 2007 16:43
nice bar grea tthey have pro ev to play and nice food an drinks
happy hour has some great deals on the good bottled beers

verdict place to start not to stay
PaulCrossy - 19 Aug 2006 15:44
The food is really good as it's freshly prepared. Good selection too - a shame about how run down it's become, could do with a good clean really.
anonymous - 3 Jun 2005 16:17
used to be good, but when visited recently, i was shocked to see how poor the standards have gone
anonymous - 14 Dec 2004 00:41

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