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Something special happened today which has resulted in me heading over to town for a few at tea time .I have walked past this place a few times and people have told me it is a good pub with great beers and a servere lack of knob head coke fiends .

Is it worth a visit ?

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Definitely, best pub in town for me.

Lovely ale ( try a black Erdinger ), a bit pricey mind roughly £3 - £3.50 a pint.

Most people are over 30 so it doesn't really attract any dickheads just people who want a quiet drink, even though it will be busy on a Saturday.

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Definitely, best pub in town for me.

Lovely ale ( try a black Erdinger ), a bit pricey mind roughly £3 - £3.50 a pint.

Most people are over 30 so it doesn't really attract any dickheads just people who want a quiet drink, even though it will be busy on a Saturday.

 

We are well going to blend in there then .

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We are well going to blend in there then .

 

Divn't worry Gravy lad, you and the Missus will be fine. The ale is sound and there wont be any nobheads. The Excelsior just up the way is also trouble free.

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Divn't worry Gravy lad, you and the Missus will be fine. The ale is sound and there wont be any nobheads. The Excelsior just up the way is also trouble free.

 

Its not trouble free when you go in there.

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Something special happened today which has resulted in me heading over to town for a few at tea time .I have walked past this place a few times and people have told me it is a good pub with great beers and a servere lack of knob head coke fiends .

Is it worth a visit ?

 

Best pub in Liverpool, IMO.

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My favourite Pub in Liverpool. The selection is unbelievable and they always have a surprise when you go in. The Kasteel Blond is the most lethal Beer I've ever had.

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Had many good works nights out there, always gone home in a mess after trying all the different beers from around the world!!

As Halewood pete said German beer festival always worth a visit!!

enjoy

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Its a smashing pub, no trouble, no nobheads and a friendly atmosphere.

 

I've been once, so there are nobheads in there...

 

 

Seriously though, there were nobheads in there the one time I went. They took offence to CrouchieBoy's "Tom R Bummed My Sister" and were acting like nobheads trying to stare us out.

 

Good selection of beer though.

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I've been once, so there are nobheads in there...

 

 

Seriously though, there were nobheads in there the one time I went. They took offence to CrouchieBoy's "Tom R Bummed My Sister" and were acting like nobheads trying to stare us out.

 

Good selection of beer though.

 

That was me, I hate wools. Sorry.

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