Real Ale Map Updates & Scrawling Home

With the addition of the Pen Factory on Hope Street and the reinvigorated James Monro on Tithebarn Street I've had to update the maps on the Real Ale Liverpool website: realeliverpool.wordpress.com

Pub Map 1 copy

Liverpool Maps 2 copy

And I am going to try and upload a beery blog once a fortnight on the Scrawling Home site:
scrawlinghome.wordpress.com
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Liverpool Beer Festival - Ale List

Looking forward to the Liverpool Beer Festival at the Crypt, which starts tomorrow.


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Here is a prettified version of the Beer List from the CAMRA website. Handily fits on to 10 pages (or 5 if you want to save the environment and can mess about with your Print setup).

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Casks - Hogsheads & Firkins

Know your cask sizes?

  • Pin - 36 pints
  • Firkin - 72 pints
  • Kilderkin 144 pints
  • Barrel 288 pints
  • Hogshead 432 pints

How thirsty are you then?

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New Beery Scrawls

I've had a busy week on the scrawlinghome blog. Following a great weekend at the Caledonia last week I then went on to volunteer at the Liverpool Organic Brewery Beer Festival in Liverpool city centre. The week has therefore led me to write the following three blogs;


Hope you like them!

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Another New Blog!

On Friday whilst looking for blog site names for someone else I came across a nice name for a blog, which no one had taken, so I decided to snaffle it - despite having this website (which I update using Rapidweaver on my Macbook Pro) and another wordpress site (to be used for story writing when not having access to my macbook).

With my fondness for writing and real ale I thought "
Scrawling Home" sounded a great name for an ale blog, so hey presto! Unlike this website, which I need my computer to update, I can update the Scrawling Home site on the hoof with the Wordpress blog app on the phone. Neat!

So charting pubs, ales and crawls whilst on them is very much possible.

Feel free to check it out! So far it has a couple of days from Liverpool and Southport on it...

scrawlinghome.wordpress.com

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