Monday 21 December 2009

Red Lion, Caerleon

A two-roomed pub, bar and lounge are still strictly segregated here. Another good boozer, The separation of both bars is such that it seems like two different pubs! No surprise the editor goes for a pint of Fullers LP here - favourite brewery in a good pub. Another pub to revisit and write a lot about. Gleaming copper pipes and well-tilled gents, worth a look for a 1930s throwback.

1 comment:

Curmudgeon said...

It's good - and rare - to come across a pub nowadays where there is a distinct separation between public and lounge sides, and where both are still thriving.

Around here (in the North-West of England) pubs tend to have a central servery with various rooms opening off, so there isn't so much of a differentiation.


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