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Always admired this site so I thought why not just get a profile. Currently based round Liverpool, making frequent trips to Manchester. I don't think I will be living around Liverpool long so I want to get as many pubs in as I can. Also will be going home to West Yorkshire and will get to some pubs around God's own county if possible. Sometimes I do the occasional away day with Bradford City so I will report on any pubs I frequent on these escapades. I am generally a 'proper pub' type of lad.

Username: Wezzielad

Age: 27

Sex: male

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The Craven, Skipton


Recently refurbished i believed. Quite a big place. The bar is straight on from the door, in an L shape. Two ales on- Thwaites original and Thwaites Boo. Went for the boo at 2.80, pretty nice and it was well kept. A few regulars sat at the bar having a chat with the barman, all seemed reasonably friendly. A few pictures on the wall of Skipton and the sales. Also a cabinet with Leeds United memorabilia in it. A pretty decent pub which seems like a good local and quite well priced.

21 Nov 2017 15:33

Mulligans, Deansgate

A one doomed pub which isn't too no. It has posters of Irish writers, flags of Irish counties (or clans may be), Guinness, memorabilia to powers whisky, no bollocks about the Irish rebels or Celtic, no plastic paddy stuff. I went for Guinness at 4.60, pretty decent but I've had better, and it is steep, it is served from a unique looking pump. Seemed lime a few locals in when I was in. Worth a visit as it is a unique pub in manc and probably the closest thing to an authentic pub in the city centre.

14 Nov 2017 15:41

Dyneley Arms, Pool in Wharfedale

Sam Smith's pub on the corner of a busy junction. Overall the place us quite big with about 4 snug type areas (with a fire place in 3 of them) , a little room next to the bar and then another room. It has most of the Sam Smith's beers on. The pub itself has a bit of information about the pub (e.g. about the first publican of it) pictures of landscape and towards the back of the oub you get some good views of this area of Yorkshire. OBB was 2 pound, It was okay, well kept but had an odd, Apple like taste. Pure brewed lager very decent at 3 pound. It has an old feel to it but it's not worn or dated. Not sure if the food is good or not but from the menu it is well priced. Quite quiet on a Saturday afternoon but it is in an awkward spot. Good if you are getting a bus into Otley or towards Leeds and Headingley. Not a bad pub but not sure if it's one you'd have a night in, probably lacks locals and I'm not sure it gets busy on a weekend with drinkers, I could be chatting out my arse though. Definitely worth a pop in.

11 Nov 2017 15:29

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