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Not sure if I've even been in this boozer (I might have been and simply not known), but I'm back in a few weeks and will deffo check it out. Some good reviews here have tempted me.

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One of the best pubs I've ever been too, great atmosphere especially at weekends and match days. Great selection of beers and the food from the "Galley" inside isn't too bad either. Try the strawberry beer...quite nice and not as disgusting as it sounds.

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One of the best pubs I've ever been too, great atmosphere especially at weekends and match days. Great selection of beers and the food from the "Galley" inside isn't too bad either. Try the strawberry beer...quite nice and not as disgusting as it sounds.

The Mrs has had that strawberry beer in Pie on Rose Lane. It's her birthday of a Sunday and we're heading into town that afternoon for something to eat. Sounds a good opportunity to visit this place.

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In here now, just had a Fruli. I'm going to get smashed now in remembrance to Spock. Some black Erdinger will do him justice.

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In here now, just had a Fruli. I'm going to get smashed now in remembrance to Spock. Some black Erdinger will do him justice.

That would be the logical choice

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In here now, just had a Fruli. I'm going to get smashed now in remembrance to Spock. Some black Erdinger will do him justice.

Fella I know owns Fruli, the lucky bastard. Perfect palette cleansing drink in between other things.

 

Never been to The Ship and going Wednesday afternoon, look forward to it based on this thread.

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Great boozer I should go there more often as I only work around the corner, also love that it never gets done up or changes unlike The Excelsior that gets a revamp every other month and is still empty .

Does anyone still remember the manger who had a nose like Karl Malden and the lunchtime special of meals for a £1 ? ...oh and the occasional Friday of having strippers on?

Should be another thread there of great Liverpool bars that had strippers on of a Friday after work......

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4 hours ago, Jennings said:

Me and @Qwikage went there after the Roma game.

 

Qwik had a shandy and fell over. I had 20 pints and didn't even need a piss.

Thats a little unfair.

 

There was almost half a pint of lager in that shandy.

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