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Oak and Saw, Taplow

The last remaining "proper" pub in Taplow, the Oak and Saw is named after devices in the Earl of Orkney's coat of arms and was converted into a pub in the 1850s from three 18th century cottages. Nicely situated by the church and village green, it was busy on Saturday lunchtime with diners at the tables nearest the front door and drinkers towards the back of the pub settling in for an afternoon of TV rugby. Ales were all from Marlow Brewery - Relativity, Rebellion IPA and Roasted Nuts. I had a pint of the last named of these which was decent enough but I'd have tried something else if I'd been stopping for a second.

19 Mar 2018 10:43

The Bulls Head, Earlswood

Now looks very different internally to the photos on this site with the pine and traditional furniture having made way for a much more modern gastropub feel (although there is still an area for drinkers at one end of the pub). Thwaites Lancaster Bomber, Wainwright & Lil' Bewdy and Backyard's Blonde were the 4 ales on sale - I stuck to the Lil' Bewdy at £3.60 a pint which was very good. Food was excellent.

10 Mar 2018 19:04

The Dragon Hotel, Montgomery

Conwy Brewery's Welsh Pride, Lacons Legacy, Salopian's Firkin Freezin and Monty's Ding Dong were on sale when we visited on 9/12/17. The ones I tried were in good condition. Food was well worth waiting for. Very popular and service faltered a little as a consequence.

12 Jan 2018 11:20

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