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Beer Available At Baum (arranged by most recent)
Mallinsons Calypso , Mallinsons Mount Pleasant Mild 48, Brunswick Old Accidental 39, Pictish Alchemists Ale 84, Hoegaarden 92, Leffe Blonde 84, Krušovice Imperial 12° 28, Phoenix White Monk 79, Jennings Sneck Lifter (Cask) 88, Mallinsons BG Calypso , Oates Wild Oates , Barbăr 85, Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout 100, Erdinger Weissbier (Hefe-Weizen) 52,
Dark Star Meltdown 50, Phoenix Navvy 43, Southport Golden Sands 49, Green Mill Northern Lights , Dark Star Hophead 93, Green Mill Old Git
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Palin24 (1) Rochdale, England | June 26, 2014
92 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 19/20
Excellent pub with good and interresting food menu. Good selection of real ales, craft ales and bottled beers.
wimpyjoe (1381) Hebden Bridge, England | March 5, 2014
84 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 17/20
CAMRA’s national pub of the year in 2012 is a well deserved title with seven rotating cask ale pumps and a rotating keg option too as well as a real cider. It has a slight Irish bar feel to it with a predominantly wooden decor and furnishing with exposed brick walls, floorboards throughout and a superb ambiance. They serve food to compliment the fine choice in drinks which includes a decent bottled selection too. This place is behind the shopping centre on its north side, but you’ll have to walk around it to get to it as there’s no exit on this side. It’s right next to the St Mary in the Baum Church. This is a popular place for all ages and there’s a conservatory extension at the back to cope with this, and this also leads to the outdoor area.
Boudicca (732) London, England | December 1, 2012| Updated December 28, 2012
74 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 14/20
A great pub with a good range of craft beers in a quiet part of central Rochdale.
The Baum deservedly won the Greater Manchester Regional CAMRA pub of the year award for 2012. I for one was delighted, as it’s a great place. There are eight hand pumps and five keg taps offering an ever changing range of mainly local craft beers as well as around 35 bottles. Samplers are available and the food is to be recommended. The atmosphere is cosy and warm, with dark polished wood, lots of different seating areas and walls covered with old tin plaques and beer mats. There’s also a nice patio and garden at the back.
Rochdale isn’t the most picturesque town I know but Toad Lane was saved from the worst of the 1960s wrecking balls and it has been preserved as a lovely little enclave. Next door to the Baum is the original Rochdale Pioneers’ store, the world’s first successful cooperative and now a museum. (Last visited 24 December 2012).
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