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February, 2013 Archives

A trio of Thornbridge beers at the excellent Hallamshire House, in Sheffield. The 11% Imperial Oatmeal Stout tasted fantastic.

A trio of Thornbridge beers at the excellent Hallamshire House, in Sheffield. The 11% Imperial Oatmeal Stout tasted fantastic.

Duke's Brew & Que is located in Hackney, north London and as well as serving stunning BBQ ribs, it is also home to the Beavertown Brewery.

Duke’s Brew & Que is located in Hackney, north London and as well as serving stunning BBQ ribs, it is also home to the Beavertown Brewery.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

According to Wikipedia, the Anchor Inn in Digbeth, Birmingham, England dates back to 1797 with the present building dating to 1901 when it was built for the Holt Brewing Company. The pub was designated Grade II listed building status in 1991 and is a CAMRA 'Regional Pub of the Year' on numerous occasions.

According to Wikipedia, the Anchor Inn in Digbeth, Birmingham, England dates back to 1797 with the present building dating to 1901 when it was built for the Holt Brewing Company. The pub was designated Grade II listed building status in 1991 and is a CAMRA ‘Regional Pub of the Year’ on numerous occasions.