The Lord Nelson

The Lord Nelson Our Beer Man’s Verdict Tucked away in a quiet street in one of the quieter parts of Leith, the Lord Nelson probably won’t attract a great amount of random passing trade.Exterior I didn’t even know it was there until I stumbled across it by chance and decided to pop in to check …

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East End Grubcrawl Our Beer Man’s Verdict   Work regularly takes me to the East End of Glasgow and I was keen to introduce Blythe to its charms, so we scheduled a grub / pub crawl along Duke Street. First was Drygate. Although I loved it when it first opened, it hasn’t had the impact …

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The Hanover Tap Our Beer Man’s Verdict I get the feeling the Hanover Tap – previously the Jekyll & Hyde – has been open for a while.Exterior However, it only registered with me recently when they were promoting a week-long tap takeover from Fierce. I like the Aberdeen-based brewery – its beers are always worth …

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Beer Times in Brussels I had a brief stay in Brussels a couple of years ago and I’d been underwhelmed. This was mainly because my tried and tested method of aimless wandering did not return its usual gold. Orval cheese This time I had things much more structured once I’d mentioned I was in town …

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Crosstown

Crosstown Our Beer Man’s Verdict The old Lock 25 – in Fountainbridge – was never a pub I visited when it was open.Exterior An issue with that part of town – as highlighted in our review of the Beer Kitchen – is that it has a couple of genuine destination beer venues in the Hanging …

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