Great traditional pub clos to the Railway Stations in central Liverpool. Long and narrow but with enough space to get seated even on busy days. Good beer choices available, mostly cask but with the odd craft keg. Well worth a visit.
Classical pub with wooden interior. During my visit there was some kind of semi-private party going on, but I got served without problem. Seems to be visited mainly by locals. Good cask selection, had very interesting Plum Porter from Titanic. Worth visiting.
Cracking alehouse, not far from Lime Street station and the sort of pub that seems to be getting rare in this day and age. Basic one room pub with a raised seating area at the back, this place is all about the ale. My pints of Titanic Plum Porter were pure nectar, Camra types would be in seventh heaven. Had a chat with Dave the landlord and found him affable enough, as were most of the customers. Definitely a return for me, on my next visit to Liverpool
Traditional pub with a heavy light wooden design throughout, complimented by traditional wooden furniture. Itís not as well kept as perhaps other pubs of this ilk in the area, but thatís part of the charm of the place and itís certainly no less of a place for it. Thereís a good choice of real ales here and thatís a reason many come here, complimented by a keg option a few worthy bottles. Two of the hand pumps are at the side of the bar and are not immediately obvious. The bar area to the front gives way to a part partitioned seating area to the rear, but itís all in the same large ceilinged roof.