Bar & Restaurant Review: Wild Beer Co. at Wapping Wharf

Wild Beer at Wapping Wharf, Units 6-8 Gaol Ferry Steps Bristol BS1 5WE 01172395693. Meal for two (with drinks): £45 Bristol has always been one of my favourite places in the UK. I hold fond memories of the city from my university days, in which we would often take the train from Exeter and embark … Continue reading Bar & Restaurant Review: Wild Beer Co. at Wapping Wharf

Exeter Ale Society Versus Bristol Pub Crawl

It's about 12:20pm on the Friday of a bank holiday weekend and my brother Josh and I have just stepped off the train from Cardiff, slightly hungover after one beer too many in the Urban Tap House the night before. We make our way to the arrivals boards and locate the platform on which the … Continue reading Exeter Ale Society Versus Bristol Pub Crawl

In conversation with… Alex Greig, proprietor of Fuggles Beer Café

“I like it because I can drink several pints of it and not fall over on the way home,” laughs Alex Grieg, as he takes the first sip of Kent session pale from a jug. We’re sat on a pair of slightly tired looking red sofas in the back-end of Fuggles Beer Café, the artisan … Continue reading In conversation with… Alex Greig, proprietor of Fuggles Beer Café

Pub review: Totnes Brew Co. & The Beer Library

Devon usually gets quite a bad rap when it comes to beer. Traditionally the home of cider drinkers, beer in this part of the country tends to be of the bland, watery and brown variety, with little variety or innovation. It's oft been said to me that the craft beer revolution appears to have almost … Continue reading Pub review: Totnes Brew Co. & The Beer Library

Pub review: The Pantiles Tap

Tunbridge Wells is spoilt for choice when it comes to beer. For a relatively small town, the number of good quality pubs - from traditional boozers like The Grove Tavern and The Bedford to hip new crafty hotspots like Fuggles Beer Cafe - is nothing short of remarkable. The newest such joint in town is … Continue reading Pub review: The Pantiles Tap