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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: 28

Sex: male

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Society Rooms, Stalybridge

A spoobs which isn't vig but has been given the impression that it is, very tall ceiling to this place. Quiet when i was in. Ales included, Titanic Anchor, Oakham Green Devil, Phoenix Wobnly Bob, Phoenix Mild, and Elland 1872 porter. I went for The Anchor at 1.99, decent beer in decent condition. Quite a modern spoons so it lacks even more charm. Stalynridge as a town seems pretty poor for pubs so worth a look in.

13 Aug 2018 16:54

The Ash Tree, Ashton Under Lyne

This spoons has an odd lay out, from it's main entrance you are met with a flight of stairs which leads to the bar, there's also a seating area before the stairs to the left. Theres also seating further on from the bar abd yo the tifht if the bar, the bar is a H shape. Ales were Ruddles Best, Doom Bar, Abbot, Moorhouse Pendle witches brew, Kelham Best, Elland Lanky Jack, Moorhouses Blonde Witch, Moorhouses Black Cat. Went for the Black cat at 1.99 a pint (Monday price). Decent, chilled out spoons with deceht staff abd friendly staff.

13 Aug 2018 16:07

The Upsteps Inn, Oldham

The only spoons left in oldham town centre. Smaller than i was expecting, and much more busy than i was expecting. There's a long S shaped bar almost, with a disappointing amount of ales to say it's so big. The pub itself jas mosr if it's seats right within the bar area, with a few seats upstairs. There are also a few booths which is quite interesting. The ales on were Ruddles Best, Abbot , Bitter and Twisted by Harvistoun, Titanic Iceberg, Wychwood Hobgoblin IPA and Moorhouses Blonde Witch. I went for a pint of Blonde Witch at 1.99, not a bad beer and well kept. If you're around Oldham i don't see why you wouldn't pop in for one.

13 Aug 2018 14:21

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