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Same SilkTork as the one on RateBeer.com and the one working on beer articles on Wikipedia.

Username: SilkTork

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The Winston Hotel, Southampton

Slightly smelly and run down place. No food during the day. One cask pump, Ubu, was not available. Cards need a minimum £5 spend. Not impressive. I suggest the Blue Key Hotel round the corner.

18 Sep 2019 15:48

The Blue Keys Hotel, Southampton

Slightly off the beaten track, so I had not previously noticed this place. It's a hotel with a bar serving one cask (on my visit), and is a restaurant in the evenings. The bar is clean, and has been recently refurbished, but has a Seventies feel. It somehow works inside an older building. There's an attractive beer garden area. It's an ok place, albeit feeling more like a hotel lobby than a pub. Food only in the evening. OK place if you're local and don't want to walk further for a proper pub, but not a place I would otherwise recommend as worth seeking out.

18 Sep 2019 12:00

The Old Fat Cat, Southampton

This is now called The Scholars Arms

Greene King pub in the upper part of Southampton's city centre. As with most other pubs in this area (notable exception being Belgium & Blues), this is a bland utilitarian drinking barn. Family friendly, though not much to offer the children by way of entertainment. On weekends it appears to offer sports TV continuously on five screens. It does standard Greene King pub food - mostly meat and chips. And beer choice was limited to the three main GK brands - Speckled Hen, Abbot and IPA.

Very popular. We came in after the Southampton Marathon Fun Run. Tables were still dirty when we entered, but were quickly cleared away and cleaned.

It's a functional place of little character or interest.

17 May 2019 11:21

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