Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Belvedere ~ folk in the afternoon

I've recently heard about a new singaround in The Belvedere, just off Falkner Street in Liverpool every Thursday afternoon between 2 and 4 p.m. - it's clearly not designed for people with day jobs, then.

The pub is in the city's Georgian Quarter (you can see it on this map that I found on the Roscoe Head's website). Yesterday it was serving three local real ales and a Scottish brew: 24 Carat Gold and Josephine Butler, both from Liverpool Organic Brewery, Brimstage Sandpiper from the Wirral, and Caledonian Flying Scotsman from Edinburgh. The Belvedere itself is an attractive Georgian pub in a small cul de sac off Falkner Street, not far from the Philharmonic (both the hall and the pub) and the famous Ye Cracke.

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