Nice traditional pub just around the corner from busy Hardman Street. Small but very decent selection of real ales. Very warm atmosphere, nice people. A great place for people who want to experience what a true English traditional local pub stands for.
Great old pub about 10 mins from Lime St.
Itís small and narrow which means not always much space. Had a good range of cask beer from local brewers and places a bit further afield. Prices were good. Service quick and quality was good too.
Itís worth a stop as itís a lovely pub.
Cramped pub just off the main drag between the Dispensary and Fly In The Loaf, but closer to the former. Itís basically a collection of small rooms off the hallway serving area which you first walk in to. The bar does straddle one of these rooms as well but the lion share of the drink offerings, including its small row of real ale pumps are in the tiled floor area. The whole pub is a glorious period treasure thatís certainly worth a look if youíve not been here before, with traditional soft furnishings in all the areas away from the bar.
First stop for a beer during my stay in Liverpool. A lovely traditional pub with a small selection of real ale. The Landlady was very nice and glad I popped by, which was conveniently not far from where I was staying. Definitely worth a visit to this awarded pub.
jjsint (433) Cambridge, England | August 20, 2014| Updated July 10, 2015
An old-fashioned multi-roomed CAMRA-tastic pub just off Hardman Street. Seemingly specialising in Northern bitters, The service is excellent, the atmosphere is even better and the beer is top notch. Beers available in 1/3 pints or 3 thirds for £3.20. Nothing too exciting on the drinks menu (I hope you like your low-ABV English session ales), but itís a thrill just to be here.
A nifty little back street boozer. They donít have a mind-blowing selection but they do have lots of classic session styles. Good value. Thirds available. Unpretentious servers. Very small space, just some standing room around the bar and then a small room with seating in the back. Definitely worth a stop while crawling your way around Liverpool.
This pub has been in every single edition of teh good beer guide and frequently wins awards. Beer selection in top condition, though not particularly inspiring did have a fantastic half of sam adams summer ale (must be via sheps). great service, landlady behind bar came round to check everyone enjoying drinks. real character in building too with multiple seating areas
A very cosy little pub located in the Georgian Quarter of town. Four small rooms, one snug room for watching TV (football), the others for talking and drinking. Music free. Two regular cask ales and four guests. The guest beers can be bought in one-third pint glasses and served on a sample tray. Julie who served us was talkative and service minded. This pub is one of seven pubs in Britain that have been in every edition of the Good Beer Guide for 40 years. Likable place, full score for the ambiance (Visited on a Sunday eve, 07.04.2013).