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July, 2013 Archives

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub's past owners, Holders.

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub’s past owners, Holders. You can view the exterior here.

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub’s past owners, Holders.

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub’s past owners, Holders.

The White Swan is a Grade II listed pub located in the Digbeth area of Birmingham. It dates to around 1899-1900 and was built for the Ansells Brewery. The interior features a large L-shaped bar complete with heating pipes that are used as footrests and some stunning tile work particularly in the main entrance corridor.

The White Swan is a Grade II listed pub located in the Digbeth area of Birmingham. It dates to around 1899-1900 and was built for the Ansells Brewery. The interior features a large L-shaped bar complete with heating pipes that are used as footrests and some stunning tile work particularly in the main entrance corridor.

The Caley Sample Room is located south west of Haymarket Station, Edinburgh. The pub is a single large room that features an excellent selection of both cask and keg beer.

The Caley Sample Room is located south west of Haymarket Station, Edinburgh. The pub is a single large room that features an excellent selection of both cask and keg beer.

The Bow Bar is located near the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh halfway up the steep West Bow. The pub has lots of  old brewery mirrors and other decorative features along with 8 original founts (traditional Scottish beer dispensers) which probably date from the 1920s.

The Bow Bar is located near the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh halfway up the steep West Bow. The pub has lots of old brewery mirrors and other decorative features along with 8 original founts (traditional Scottish beer dispensers) which probably date from the 1920s.

The Bow Bar is located near the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh halfway up the steep West Bow. The pub has lots of  old brewery mirrors and other decorative features along with 8 original founts (traditional Scottish beer dispensers) which probably date from the 1920s.

The Bow Bar is located near the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh halfway up the steep West Bow. The pub has lots of old brewery mirrors and other decorative features along with 8 original founts (traditional Scottish beer dispensers) which probably date from the 1920s.

The impressive custom stained glass window in the ceiling of The Beer Emporium, Bristol. It was a challenge getting the shot and involved strategically placing the camera on the bar.

The impressive custom stained glass window in the ceiling of The Beer Emporium, Bristol. It was a challenge getting the shot and involved strategically placing the camera on the bar.

The Beer Emporium is located in a Grade-II Listed building on King Street in Old Bristol. The building was probably built around 1860 and was once used by Bristol's oldest wine merchant, J.R. Phillips and Co.Ltd., to store wine. It now boasts one of the best selections of beer in the city with 12 cask and 12 keg beers available along with a large selection of bottled beers including Westvleteren 12.

The Beer Emporium is located in a Grade-II Listed building on King Street in Old Bristol. The building was probably built around 1860 and was once used by Bristol’s oldest wine merchant, J.R. Phillips and Co.Ltd., to store wine. It now boasts one of the best selections of beer in the city with 12 cask and 12 keg beers available along with a large selection of bottled beers including Westvleteren 12.

The Red Squirrel is located on Lothian Road near the western end of Princes Street in Edinburgh, Scotland. Owned by Fuller Thomson, who also own Holyrood 9A, the Red Squirrel offers a great selection of beer and the breakfasts and burgers are pretty impressive too.

The Red Squirrel is located on Lothian Road near the western end of Princes Street in Edinburgh, Scotland. Owned by Fuller Thomson, who also own Holyrood 9A, the Red Squirrel offers a great selection of beer and the breakfasts and burgers are pretty impressive too.

The bar at the Ghillie Dhu in central Edinburgh is located on the ground floor of what was once St. Thomas' Episcopal Church and was built in 1843. It is now home to a bar and a large auditorium which was home to the 2013 European Beer Bloggers Conference.

The bar at the Ghillie Dhu in central Edinburgh is located on the ground floor of what was once St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church and was built in 1843. It is now home to a bar and a large auditorium which was home to the 2013 European Beer Bloggers Conference.