The Old Bicycle Shop opened earlier this year in Cambridge and is bringing craft beer to the people alongside some great food and cocktail options
After a short walk down Gwydir Street from Mill Road you will come across The Cambridge Blue. This is a Cambridge institution and one not to be missed.
This Cambridge concept pub, based on the 1830s beer houses, has been voted by the Observer food monthly awards as the runner up for best place to drink and the runner up for the best place for Sunday lunch. So what is the hubbub all about?
Based down Gwydir Street just off Mill Road, this pub has a very friendly atmosphere, wood fire, table football and in the summer hosts a mini music / beer festival. It is a great place to go and meet up with friends and has an enormous beer garden as well.
Tucked away, in an underground bunker next to Cardiff Castle is a Craft Beer Bar which I recently visited when going to see the rugby. It is run by Hopcraft - Pixie Spring Brewery from Pontyclun and opened its doors in mid 2015.
Based in the Cambridgeshire countryside this country pub serves beer brewed by a local resident and serves a collection of anglo-french cuisine in a relaxed environment. It is the perfect place to stop after spending the day walking in the countryside.
Open in Cambridge for over 30 years this pub is a little haven among the hustle and bustle of the tourists and students. It is located on Portugal Place near Magdalen Bridge and has a covered outdoor area and handy outdoor side serving hatch.
Since its opening in 2013 The Cambridge Brew House has established itself as one of the favoured watering holes in the city among the locals.