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June, 2012 Archives

The excellent Rutland Arms dates back to at least 1833 and serves up to 8 ales from Yorkshire and the rest of the UK.

The interior of the excellent Fat Cat pub in Sheffield, England. The pub is a Grade II listed building and serves an excellent selection of ales including some brewed on site in their Kelham Island Brewery. According to the British Listed Buildings website, the 3-sided bar which features a canopy with coloured glass and a clock was said to have been a payment settling kiosk brought from a Co-op butchers in Rotherham in around 1981. You can read a review and view more photos on Travels with Beer.

The Brew Kettle White Rajah IPA

White Rajah IPA from The Brew Kettle Taproom and Smokehouse in Strongsville, OH. Easily one of the best IPAs I’ve ever had. You should have one too.

One Great Brewery, One Great Taste

One Great Brewery, One Great Taste

The beautiful Cwtch pump clip from Newport's Tiny Rebel Brewing Co. The bottles will also be just as colourful. The brewery has put a lot of effort into branding and all of their pump clips are equally as unique.

The Knight's Templar, London

The Knight's Templar is a JD Wetherspoons that was once the Union Bank. Located to the rear of the Royal Courts of Justice, it features a large main bar with very high ceilings that you would expect in a bank. To the side is an upper level that offers lots of seating in different rooms.