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February, 2012 Archives

These three pubs have some of the narrowest fronts in London. The left pub is located on Gracechurch Street and the ground floor bar is extremely narrow. There is a larger room outside or you can stand outside like the people in this shot. The second pub, the Golden Lion is located in posh St James's and you can view the interior here. The third pub, Ye Olde Cock Tavern is probably has the narrowest front of any pub in London but the interior isn't as narrow. The pub used to be located across the road from its current Fleet Street location and was demolished to make room for the Royal Courts of Justice.

The Lamb is a pub that can trace its history back to 1729. Remodelled in Victorian times, the pub retains many original Victorian features including the one of the finest sets of snob screens in London and a rare working polyphon (the predecessor to the gramophone). You can read a review and view more photos on Travels with Beer.

I'm not sure if the employees of Left Hand Brewing Co. always wear oversized novelty sunglasses when cleaning kegs or just on the time I visited.

A quintet of tasters from the Hair of the Dog Brewing Co. in Portland, OR. Featured are Ruth, Doggie Claws, Fred and Adam.

Folks that work at Beerd, Bristol are affectionately known by the name, Beerdy Weirdy. You can view more photos and read a review of Beerd on Travels with Beer.