Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Baker’s Dozen – Liverpool Pubs of the Year

Well Liverpool’s city centre pubs have been surviving the difficult economic times for now anyway – not to mention the difficulties with pub company ties – and some have been flourishing. As it’s the end of the year I thought … Continue reading

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Accidentally Livalepool

Monday – Day One Had a good day in the Liverpool library doing a bit of research and some creative writing – yet another flash fiction plus the start of a larger fiction piece. Bumped into an old friend – … Continue reading

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CAMRA what’s the problem with beer festivals?

This year Liverpool CAMRA held a beer festival and as ever it was brilliant. Loads of beer, the wonderful crypt location – (almost) beneath the Metropolitan Cathedral, fab music and lots of very happy customers. It was as good as … Continue reading

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BlackE LOB Beer Festival

The beer festival at the BlackE, beside the fabulous Chinese Arch, was billed as a Christmas beer festival – to be fair it is December and there was plenty of examples of winter beers available – so yeah let’s call … Continue reading

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