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Re: club bar

By Pink Panther (legacy user)18/12/2014 11:47Thu Dec 18 11:47:32 2014In response to club bar

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I'd say the matchday atmosphere in the club bar is the best it's been for a good few years, probably since Lindsay was running it seven or eight years ago. Until this season I'd more or less given up on it for the past two or three years, but now I once again enjoy using it regularly.

Steve the bar manager is open to suggestions as to what people want and on matchdays there are generally several real ales from local microbreweries such as Brick (Peckham), Clarkshaws (East Dulwich), Late Knights (Penge), Brixton (Brixton!), Head In A Hat (Herne Hill), Gipsy Hill (West Norwood) @£3.20 a pint served on gravity on the bar, and they usually sell out by shortly after full time. Other local beers are available in bottles and cans such as Brick Brewery Peckham Pilsner and various Four Pure beers, as well as the more mainstream beers and lagers.

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