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“Quite extraordinary for its setting. A top rate beer selection - if a bit odd - at the end of a branch line 20 miles from a not particularly Roxy city for beer (Ex'ter). They do make their own beer but the bigger attraction is the fridge of sporadic but eclectic bottles and the odd tin or too. If craft beer can make it to Exmouth the world is a better place.“
Tim Webb 922 days ago
“Really nice pub with period deco style features. Its the taproom for the crossed keys pub, and their beer was readily available, both in bottles and on tap. When I was their they were just finishing their german beer festival with the final beers from 12 or so they had on tap. They also had a fair fe bottles.“
Mr_Pink_152 1436 days ago
60 /100 2-2A THE PARADE
“Small Spoons, one of the better options in Exmouth.“
Scotty001 1586 days ago
“I really liked the Grapevine. It was easily the best place we found in Exmouth. It’s a relaxed café bar with some nice art deco stained glass panels, original glittery art and lots of lamps. The service was very friendly and the beer range rather good. They have seven hand pumps, only one of which is a regular (Exeter Avocet) with the rest being rotating guests. The barman seemed to know his stuff so I’d imagine the good choice of beers available when we were there is typical. (Visited 13 January 2015).“
Boudicca 2236 days ago
“The Holly Tree, with its large holly tree outside (a tree, not a bush!), is very much a locals’ local and a bit of a trek out of town in Withycombe, presumably once a separate village but now a suburb of Exmouth. It’s quite comfortable and a traditional sort of place - not olde worlde but not modern either. I thought it was rather blokeish but Chris summed it up better as a homely St Austell pub with a local vibe. There are nine hand pumps with four St Austell’s beers and four others. (Visited 13 January 2015).“
Boudicca 2237 days ago
58 /100 10 CHURCH STREET
“The First and Last overlooks an unbeautiful carpark so the front windows are frosted. It’s on three levels, long and rangy, going back a long way with a courtyard along the side. It’s nothing special but the service was very friendly and it has the feel of a local (although I imagine it’s the kind of place that could be packed with grockles in the tourist season). We sat on a stage at the front, carefully avoiding the area opposite which was labelled “OAP corner”. There are four hand pumps with two guests, both of them ciders. (Visited 13 January 2015).“
Boudicca 2237 days ago
60 /100 2-2A THE PARADE
“Our first stop on a trip down the Avocet line (one of the local railway routes centred on Exeter). The Powder Monkey is a stone’s throw from the railway station in an old, double-fronted building with a courtyard at the front. It looks a bit like a dolls’ house. Inside it’s been given the usual Wetherspoon’s treatment although it’s on the small side compared to many of their other places. There are ten hand pumps, two of which were off when we visited. (Visited 13 January 2015).“
Boudicca 2237 days ago
“Nice locals haunt with the feel and look of an old coaching inn unchanged by time. Low beams, bulky pillars that divide the bar area, relics of old on random shelves and window recesses that give it a homely feel. Can get rowdy, as I found out late on a Saturday night. Staff are great, the barman/cellarman/keeper is a character himself. Ten handpumps, all ales and ciders are kept well and served well. St Austell mainly, a few odd ones on rotation all from the west country brewers. A great old pub!“
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