Ah, a pub. A pub with good ale. That’s more like it. Well, it’s a pub that concentrates mainly on food, and shares a kitchen – and chef – with the excellent Harringtons restaurant next door. The chef being one of my rugby coaching colleagues, it makes a good venue for what are euphemistically called “coaches’ meetings”.
And so it was I was there on Wednesday, sampling the Purity Mad Goose. Several times. And an excellent pint it was too – a lovely copper colour, nice balance with a bitter hoppy accent – top notch. 8/10.