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    Default Pub Of The Month - February 2017

    The Falcon Tap in York.

    Our first, second and third visits, all last week.

    A great addition to the York beer scene.

    2 days in York and we didn't visit either the York Tap or The Maltings!!!
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    The Fulflood Arms, a proper backstreet boozer with a very good beer choice.
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    The White Hart provided a fun evening for a large crew,decent ale and good bar snacks.There aren't many pubs left in Whitechapel,glad this place is prospering.
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    The Victoria in Rugby.
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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    Undoubtedly The Fleece Inn at Bretforton in Worcestershire. I can't remember the last time I scored a pub a 10.

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    Elbow Room, Hinckley - can't seem to copy this link showing just the name of the pub

    Hinckley has two excellent micros, Pestle & Mortar was equally as good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Ale Ray View Post
    Elbow Room, Hinckley - can't seem to copy this link showing just the name of the pub

    Hinckley has two excellent micros, Pestle & Mortar was equally as good.
    Elbow Room.
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    I'm going for the Rat Race Ale House in Hartlepool, the second ever micropub and run with great humour by the current owner. I forgot to mention in the review the double yellow lines on the exposed corner of tables so that no beers get knocked over.

    POTM Rat Race Ale House

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