All posts tagged beer

God’s Own Junkyard

God’s Own Junkyard; the grooviest, most vibrant slice of heaven in London. Down a gravelly backstreet of garages and wheelie bins, the only clue proving that I wasn’t lost was […]

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The Life of Pie

Before I get to the nitty gritty of this article, I feel that I should define a few key terms.   To be pied off = To be blatantly ignored […]

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Street Feast @ Hawker House

So you’ve been to the inner city, and you almost know the central line off by heart, but how often do you go south of the river, or, dare I […]

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The Most Festive Pub in London

The Christmas season in London is well and truly underway. The lights at Oxford Circus and Regent Street have been lit, and could give any competing neighbourhood a run for […]

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Excuse My French, Part 8: L’Expresso Strikes Back

Naturally, all it took for me to abandon the many reasons for missing a Tuesday night out at Espresso was the right text from the right person: “You out tonight?” […]

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Why I Still Love Green Man Festival

So around this time last year I wrote my very first article for CUB, entitled “Why Green Man is the Most Underrated Festival of the Year”, and now here I […]

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Alcohol – Anything wrong?

As we enter adulthood, our taste-buds mature and so do our attitudes towards food and drink. Most us of by this age will actually start liking things we didn’t as […]

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A Lads Holiday: Part 3

Part three of the holiday marks the end of our stay in Amsterdam, which is probably just as well seeing as we were treating wandering around the red light district […]

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Hack the taps: Beer’s Revival

Twenty years ago, beer in Britain was one of two things: old men sitting in pubs wearing flatcaps and drinking warm, dark beers from pint mugs, or younger people drinking […]