|Viking Bay, Broadstairs|
|Serene Place, Broadstairs|
The ChapelThe Chapel on Albion Street for our first beer in Broadstairs.
|Boxed cider, Cask ale and books at The Chapel|
Grafton Brewing at £3 pint.
The Thirty-Nine StepsThirty-Nine Steps Alehouse is only 150 yards south from The Chapel and is situated in Charlotte Street, on the other side of the High Street.
Saltaire Long Day IPA (3.8% ABV) from Yorkshire was a new beer for us to try. Bar snacks available included a cheese snack plate (£3), Victory pork pie (£2), Crisps (80p). Ciders were also £3 pint.
|Meg with CAMRA branch magazines|
|St Peter's Road, a mainly residential road|
The Four Candles AlehouseFour Candles Aleshouse was quite busy but we managed to find a place to sit at one of the two high tables.
Ullage, West Berkshire CAMRA magazine, and he kindly agreed to pose for a photo.
Ronnie Corbett hardware shop TV sketch). With windows on two sides and pale painted walls, the interior is bright and airy.
Planet Thanet' beer festival glasses and several West Berkshire Brewery pumpclips.
Royston Robertson explains how the beer is brewed and finally winched into the pub.
|Dreamland, Margate - view from train|