On the third part of our Peterborough craft beer tour, we decided to pop into 'Bottle & Board' on Wentworth Street. This is a place which focuses on the more Germanic and Belgium beer side of things, so technically it isn't "craft beer'. This may upset some of the purists reading the blog but it … Continue reading Bottle & Board – Peterborough
The Brewery Tap – Peterborough
I have been itching to get some reviews done in Peterborough for a while now. People read 'Cambridge Foodies' but fail to realise we cover the entirety of Cambridgeshire. Perhaps I should have named it the 'Cambridgeshire Foodies' but I think we can all agree that it does not have the same zing to it! … Continue reading The Brewery Tap – Peterborough
Lunch @ the Golden Lion – St Ives
The family and I popped into The Golden Lion in St Ives to have a coffee and a bit of lunch over the Easter period. I have been there once or twice in the past, which was mostly for drinks, so I had no idea what to expect for a meal. My father is a … Continue reading Lunch @ the Golden Lion – St Ives
The Old Ticket Office – Cambridge Square
Even in some of the bleakest places, amidst one of the most depressing squares to ever be constructed in Cambridge, lies a little gem of a pub attached to the Cambridge train station. Advert - The Brook Pub, Mill Road While waiting to visit the hit Indian restaurant Tawa the other day, we stumbled into … Continue reading The Old Ticket Office – Cambridge Square
The Bottle Bank – St Ives
I popped into the Bottle Bank in St Ives this afternoon after hearing it mentioned several times across our Craft Beer In Cambridgeshire Facebook group. St Ives is already blessed with some great places to buy beer and alcohol, such as J Wadsworth (which is also one of the only place you can buy cigars … Continue reading The Bottle Bank – St Ives
The Yard – Ely
I have been looking forward to visiting The Yard for a while now. Just when you think Ely is done adding something new and exciting to the foodie scene it comes out with an absolute belter! The Yard offers an all-in-one 'ruin bar' experience, similar to the ones found in places like Shoreditch and Budapest. … Continue reading The Yard – Ely
Tap takeover: Mad Squirrel @ The Live & Let Live
I managed to kill two birds with one stone this afternoon by visiting a pub I have been itching to visit for years, The Live And Let Live on Mawson Road (just off Mill Road). I can honestly say that I have never heard a bad word uttered about the Live And Let Live. Everyone … Continue reading Tap takeover: Mad Squirrel @ The Live & Let Live
Baron Brewery – Hertfordshire
Now, I know this is the Cambridge Foodies and technically Baron Brewery is located in Hertfordshire but after popping into The Filling Station the other day, I was recommended them by the team. I can never say no to their recommendations as they really know their stuff at The Filling Station. We have also been … Continue reading Baron Brewery – Hertfordshire
The Three Pickerels – Mepal
The Three Pickerels is one of those perfect places to take your dog on a Sunday afternoon. Located along the New Bedford Rive, it provides wonderful views of the countryside and a nice open space for your dog to sit while you enjoy a cheeky pint and a pizza. The pub is currently in the … Continue reading The Three Pickerels – Mepal
Floods Tavern – St Ives.
I've been a fan of Floods for years and I know it has a real cult following in the town. It's a very straight forward old English pub with a marvelous beer garden which goes into the back of the river. This may not be very important most of the year, with the British weather … Continue reading Floods Tavern – St Ives.
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