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June, 2011 Archives

Beer Selections at The Owl House

Draft beer selections at The Owl House. This is one of my favorite restaurants/bars in the Rochester area. If you haven't been here yet, what are you waiting for? Amazing food, beer and cocktails. Lovely to see them keeping it local with both 3HB and Genesee beers on tap.

Meridian Pint

Bartender pouring a beer at Meridian Pint in DC. Great place.

For the second year running, the Brains Brewery stand at the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival is featured on Beer Lens. It was also featured this time last year. You can read a review of the festival on Travels with Beer.

It's somewhat of a tradition for the Otley Brewing Co. staff to get the company logo painted on their faces at the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival. You can read a review of the festival on Travels with Beer.

The beer cage at the rear of 57 Thomas Street where all the best bottled beers are stored.

57 Thomas Street is a small bar located in the Northern Quarter in Manchester. It's owned by the Marble Brewery and features a few ales served directly from casks in stillages on the bar as well as a good selection of foreign bottled beers.

This fabulous grade II listed pub is operated by the Marble Brewery and was built in 1888. It has a high glazed ceiling, ceramic walls and a mosaic floor. As well as serving 10+ ales, many brewed on-site, they also sell excellent cheese plates.

A fantastic cheese plate from the Marble Arch Inn, Manchester. You can choose from around 20 different cheeses and it comes complete with a your own mini loaf of bread.

You can always recognise a Wychwood Brewery pump clip. This pump clip for a Ginger Beard ginger beer was spotted in Manchester, England.

The Bear and Billet is a 17th century timber framed pub owned by the Isle of Man brewery Okells. The pub dates back to 1664 and was built to replace a building destroyed in the siege of Chester during the English Civil War in 1645. It is one of the finest examples of a black and white half timbered building in Chester and much of the front is original. It was originally the town house of the Earl of Shrewsbury, sergeants of the Bridgegate in the mid 17th century and it has been an inn since the 18th century. You can view more photos of the pub and read a review on Travels with Beer.