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Nine Nottingham ales
Article date: 19 Jul 2012
Nine Nottingham ales A local beer festival at The Company Inn, in Nottingham, enabled customers to try a wide selection of ales from a nearby brewery. The ‘tap take-over’ showcased nine beers from the Nottingham Brewery, based in Radford....
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Raising a glass for charity
Article date: 12 Jul 2012
Raising a glass for charity Following the launch of a new beer, at The Britannia Inn, a Devon brewery has donated money to the care of ex-service personnel. Plymouth’s Summerskills Brewery launched a new ale in January 2011, called Blondie, at...
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Lancashire ‘locales’
Article date: 12 Jul 2012
Lancashire ‘locales’ The Shay Wake staged a 10-day Lancashire beer festival, featuring ales from numerous local breweries. The festival was part of a series of monthly real-ale events at the pub in Shaw, near Oldham. The outlet showcased nine beers f...
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Bury’s bright blonde
Article date: 12 Jul 2012
Bury’s bright blonde Real-ale-lovers at The Robert Peel can enjoy an exclusive new beer at the pub in Bury. Local brewers Brightside Brewery have produced a new blonde beer (4.2% ABV) which is now on sale permanently at the pub. The beer, called &lsq...
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The Bear
Article date: 06 Jul 2012
The Bear For its new pub in Melksham, Wetherspoon has retained the name – The Bear. The Bear, managed by Matthew Humphries (pictured with town crier Peter Dauncey, mayor Chris Petty (and wife Helen), as well as deputy mayor Terri Welch and staf...
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The Glassmaker
Article date: 06 Jul 2012
The Glassmaker Manager Siobhain Sincock is pictured at The Glassmaker in Nailsea. The pub’s name refers to the town’s longlost glass-making industry. The glassworks was one of the largest in the country, producing mainly crown glass for w...
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The Watchman
Article date: 06 Jul 2012
The Watchman A former police station now houses Wetherspoon’s pub in New Malden. The Watchman, which cost £1.9 million to develop, is managed by Rob Newman (pictured left with deputy mayor Geoff Austin and his wife deputy mayoress Sheila...
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The Queen's Picture House
Article date: 06 Jul 2012
The Queen's Picture House Local resident Eric Billington (second left) is pictured officially opening The Queen’s Picture House, in Waterloo, with duty manager Paula Murphy, pub manager Mark Lythgoe and team leader Rachael Watkinson (pictured l...
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The Company of Weavers
Article date: 06 Jul 2012
The Company of Weavers The Mayor of Witney, Cllr Harry Eaglestone, is pictured with manager Dave Duppa-Whyte at the opening of The Company of Weavers. The pub has been built on the site of a former nightclub and pays homage to the town’s associ...
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The Hain Line
Article date: 03 Jul 2012
The Hain Line A former nightclub now houses Wetherspoon’s first pub in St Ives. The Hain Line is managed by Ryan Wilce (pictured), and features a mixture of historical and contemporary artwork and a commissioned painting by Allan Storer. The pu...

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