New Year's Eve At Pleased To Meet You, Newcastle Central, Pleased to Meet You
The Newcastle city centre restaurant makes a vegetarian happy even if the gin offer means the memory is somewhat hazy. Things have moved on a lot since then and Pleased To Meet You is a key player in this part of Newcastle city's transformation. The triple spirit. It specialises in gin cocktails and looks like a colonial-era country club, but Pleased To Meet You (PTMY) is one of Newcastle's foremost.
Look out, also, for frequent in-house beer festivals, which have previously included a Black Sheep Week and a Northern Irish beer showcase. It is big on cocktails, but also committed to craft beer in the shape of draught Brooklyn lager; a guest keg pump that features hip British micros such as Magic Rock and Camden Town ; and a small, evolving range of bottles and cans that features transatlantic trendsetters as geographically diverse as San Francisco's Anchor Steam and Buxton Brewery.
Erdinger and Timmermans fruit beers are also available on draught. Its beer range, however 16 cask and craft keg lines, as well as treats such as Budvar's yeast beer and La Chouffeis bang up to date.
The bottled menu is packed with interesting, on-trend ales, be it five choices from a mainstay like Brooklyn Brewery, or beers from the lesser-spotted Dutch outfit, Emelisse, or Norwegian Haand. If you want to explore all this in depth, best bring your credit card: Bacchus is part of the Sir John Fitzgerald group, which owns a couple of other notable Newcastle pubs. The Grade II-listed Crown Posada is a historic local landmark, whose cask-ale range focuses on north-east breweries.
Its range of established, traditional English bitters please an older crowd while, in beers such as its new Jakehead IPA, it warmly embraces the big, punchy flavours, heavy-hopping and keg dispense that the craft beer scene has ushered in.
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It also serves two Samuel Smith lagers and Blue Moon wheat beer on draught. Prices are keen, the vibe easy-going and, on cask, Wylam's Tyne Craft pale ale was in fine form. Its caramel body gives way to exotic fruit flavours and it tops-out with a satisfying bitterness.
But no fear, this student-friendly bar arty murals on the stairs, pool table on the first floor, decent musichas five cask pumps that rotate beers from local breweries, many of these newer, smaller outfits such as FirebrickBlack Hill and Three Kings. The friendly staff are at the ready with tasters and recommendations, and cash-strapped beer-lovers note: Newcastle United's St James' Park looms over the streets opposite and, obviously, the Trent is hammered on match days.
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With its stained-glass windows, open fires and back-room folk nights, it is sure to please traditionalists. Yet, its craft keg beers and upstairs gig space ensure that it is down with "the kids". Or, certainly, thirtysomething blokes who like guitar bands and hoppy beers.
As if that wasn't enough, behind the Cumberland Arms, a shipping container is being converted into a microbrewery, which will produce contemporary keg and bottled beers for the pub. It also has an excellent real cider selection; it is dog-friendly; and, in summer, it is a great place to watch the sun set.
The pub even provides "snugglepacks", for when it gets a bit chilly out in the beer garden. How's that for service? True, it's pretty bare bones in here: The pub's 13 beer pumps it is big on real cider, too are split between keg and cask, and among the familiar breweries listed, you may well find a few that you don't recognise.
The Free Trade hosts "tap takeovers" by individual breweries and also mini-beer festivals, such as its London event 27 February-2 Marchwhich will feature all the capital's key micros, including RedchurchPressure DropWeird Beard et al.
The Broad Chare Oddly, the cask board at this handsome gastropub lists 10 beers.
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