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Black Lodge Brewing, Liverpool - pub details

Address: 4 Kitchen Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 0AN [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Brunswick (0.5 miles), Liverpool Central (0.6 miles), James Street (0.7 miles)

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The Black Lodge have now moved a short distance to King's Dock Street. They were initially closed when we first arrived, as they were conducting a brewery tour. But, I returned later to find much more spacious premises than their old warehouse on Kitchen Street. They also have a cask ale now and they had held a recent beer festival, meaning they had a few extra casks around the corner. I had a 9.2% No Apology Necessary and a Duel Of The Iron Mic, which was a bit more respectable at 5%. Managed to play a massive game of Connect 4 on one table. But, it was all fairly quiet, with a couple walking out as I walked in and one other guy coming and going, drinking a tasting paddle during his short visit. Staff were friendly. This does seem an improvement on the previous premises.
blue_scrumpy - 21 Oct 2019 19:37
After a visit to the always decent Baltic Fleet, I made a return to Black Lodge Brewing in the Baltic Triangle. I didn't review it last time I was here as I had to get it added to the site. But it's a brewery and bar based in a warehouse. There are no cask ales. All beers are the craft variety, dispensed from taps on the back wall. Beers brewed on site were Three Owls, #333, Smoked Porter, Exotic Garden Pale, This Machine, Farmhouse Pale, El Dorado IPA & Amos The Nipper. They also had Love Lane Pale & Craft Lager from Liverpool Craft. There's not much atmosphere in here. Although maybe it gets packed in an evening. Seating is along bench tables. Toilets are unisex. Since the last time I was here, the brewery equipment has moved from the side of the bar to the rear, spparently to allow space for live bands to perform. This place is a fair jaunt out of the city centre. But the Baltic Triangle is an increasingly trendy area of the city and Black Lodge Brewing is easy to combine with a visit to the Baltic Fleet and it's not far from the Albert Dock either.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Feb 2017 18:08

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