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Friday, 24 September 2010

Real Ale Trail

What better way to spend a cold rainy day than to follow the Real Ale Trail. The DLR (Docklands Light Rail) and the Good Pub Guide have teamed up to put together a couple of trails in London's East End . Classic old English Pubs and Real Ale.
Yesterday I checked out a couple of pubs on the trail. It'll take me a few days to fit them all in!
Check out the promotion as you could be in with a chance to win a brewery tour and a meal at the old Brewery.






13 comments:

Caroline said...

Aah - one of the things we love most about England - the beer! We once based a whole holiday on the Good Pub Guide to Great Britain. It was a mine of information and fun places to go.

Sweet Shoppe Kitty and Co. said...

I've heard something about this. Perhaps over Christmas while I am there I shall start this trail. There's a good one in Boston too!

John said...

Beats hiking, mountain biking and hill walking.

Sharon said...

How fun! I so wish I could have joined you!

Luis Gomez said...

I would love doing this.

B SQUARED said...

Here, we call them "Pub Crawls" for obvious reasons.

Anna said...

Sounds like a great time. Enjoy.

jabblog said...

'The Real Ale Trail' - an upmarket term for a pub crawl ;-)

Rustan said...

Thanks! I love real ales!!!! Have to wait until christmas...but then!!!!

Karine said...

Ah yes, pubs are the ideal place to be on a cold, rainy evening. They always have such a warm, homey feel to them :o)

RedPat said...

That is certainly a beautiful pub. i like the idea of a pub trail - my favourite kind of hiking!

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William k Wallace said...

I love old pubs, but one thing that doesn't do it for me is Real Ale.

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