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January, 2012 Archives

Bob’s Keg and Cork is a quirky little ale house located in the historic district of Yakima, WA. Keg beers mainly from local breweries feature although beers from Belgium have made appearances. Bob always keeps at least one cask ale. You can view more photos on Travels with Beer.

The New Inn is an historic Grade I listed coaching inn located in the centre of Gloucester, England. According to Wikipedia, "The Inn was built not long before 1455 by John Twyning, a monk, as a hostelry for the former Benedictine Abbey of St Peter. It is on the site of an earlier inn. After the dissolution of St Peter's the inn passed to the Dean and Chapter of Gloucester Cathedral and was leased to various inn holders until it was sold in 1858." The New Inn is the most complete surviving example of a medieval courtyard inn with galleries in Britain. As well as a pub there is also a hotel, restaurant and coffee house. You can view more photos of the New Inn on Travels with Beer.

The Green Dragon Bistro & Brewpub is a popular pub owned by Rogue Ales. Located in the inner southeasten part of Portland, it serves an impressive 60+ beers from around the US. You can view more photos and read a review on Travels with Beer.

Four beer handpumps at the Nicholson's-owned Wellington pub in the Strand, London. Located next to the Lyceum Theatre on the edge of Covent Garden, the pub serves up to 7 ales. The pub dates back to 1848 although it was rebuilt in 1903. It's interesting to see breweries including QR codes on their pump clips. You can view more photos and read a review on Travels with Beer.

The Maltings is a popular free house located in the northern England city of York. The pub dates back to the 1840s and always serves a wide range of ales and ciders.

 

Belmont Station is a little piece of beer heaven located in Portland, OR. Not only is there a bar serving over a dozen unusual beers but there is also an adjoining shop selling 1,200+ bottled beers that can either be taken away or drunk in the bar.

Sour beer heaven at the Cascade Brewing Barrel House in Portland, OR. As well as the 'normal' beers, they also serve around 10 sour beers including two straight from the barrel.

One of the bars at the Pike Brewing Company's pub in Seattle, WA. The pub has an impressive museum that traces 8000 years of beer history and features a huge amount of memorabilia.

A meal at the Sint Stefanus Monastery in Ghent, Belgium. If Augustinian monks eat and drink like this, sign me up! The beer featured is St Stefanus from Brouwerij Van Steenberge.

Tap handles at the Ice Axe Grill in Government Camp, Oregon. The brewpub is home to the Mt Hood Brewing Co and is located at the base of Mt Hood. None of their beers are bottled and their kegs can only be found in the state of Oregon.