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Google Pub Map

Google Map small A Google Map has been produced by @Cyber_beer showing City Centre and Crosby pubs from the Liverpool CAMRA Pub Map 2016. 

You can visit the map by following this link: Google Pub Map (external link)

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Pub Walk number 1 Catharine Street

PUB WALK number 1 - CATHARINE STREET
Four excellent pubs are away from the city centre in the Georgian Quarter where the terraces in the area are regularly used for filming period dramas. Each one receives many of their cask beers directly from the breweries.

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Take any 75, 80 or 86 bus from outside the Blacklers Wetherspoon pub and alight at the Egerton Street stop at the end of Catherine Street.

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Peter Kavannah's
is just around the corner on Egerton Street and is one of Liverpool's classic pubs. The original pub has been extended over time into the next two houses. It was featured in the Spring edition of MerseyAle. Cellarman Arthur, as well as looking after the beers, will tell you the history of the pub if he is around. Rita has run the pub for many years, during which time the ownership has swapped between a few Pubcos. 

https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/13/peter-kavanaghs-liverpool

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You could take a bus one stop if you wished, there are plenty of them during the day. Otherwise, it is about a five minute walk back along Catharine Street to the Blackburne Pub and Eatery. As the name suggests, half the pub is an eatery, so you might wish to try the excellent food. The other half is normally for drinking. Four hand pulls dispense beer usually delivered directly from the breweries, so are often local. You may want to try them all before moving on. 

https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/55/blackburne-pub-eatery-liverpool

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Walk down Falkner Street and on the right is Sugnall Street. Here you will find the Belvedere. This small pub has a listed interior that saved it from conversion to another use a few years ago. Again there are normally four cask beers on tap here, usually including one from Liverpool Organic.  There is limited seating in the bar room and there is a second room to sit in, plus outside tables should the weather be clement. 
https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/6/belvedere-liverpool

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Retrace your steps and turn left back onto Catharine Street to find the fourth pub in the area, the Caledonia. This pub was under threat a couple of years ago, due to redevelopment in the area, but common sense prevailed and the developer realised such a pub would be an asset to their new tenants. The pub now has an ACV to help protect its future.
Here there are six hand pumps usually dispensing local beers and regional ciders. Live music is held here regularly, so you might wish to stay here.
https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/41/caledonia-liverpool

From here you can either walk or catch a bus back into town. Alternatively, some may wish to continue with the Hope Street walk.

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Catharine Street

PUB WALK number 1 - CATHARINE STREET
Four excellent pubs are away from the city centre in the Georgian Quarter where the terraces in the area are regularly used for filming period dramas. Each one receives many of their cask beers directly from the breweries.

This Pub Walk can also be pdfdownloaded316.84 KB02/05/2016, 17:59

Take any 75, 80 or 86 bus from outside the Blacklers Wetherspoon pub and alight at the Egerton Street stop at the end of Catherine Street.

DSC 0110
Peter Kavannah's
is just around the corner on Egerton Street and is one of Liverpool's classic pubs. The original pub has been extended over time into the next two houses. It was featured in the Spring edition of 
MerseyAle. Cellarman Arthur, as well as looking after the beers, will tell you the history of the pub if he is around. Rita has run the pub for many years, during which time the ownership has swapped between a few Pubcos. 

https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/13/peter-kavanaghs-liverpool

DSC 0109
You could take a bus one stop if you wished, there are plenty of them during the day. Otherwise, it is about a five minute walk back along Catharine Street to the Blackburne Pub and Eatery. As the name suggests, half the pub is an eatery, so you might wish to try the excellent food. The other half is normally for drinking. Four hand pulls dispense beer usually delivered directly from the breweries, so are often local. You may want to try them all before moving on. 

https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/55/blackburne-pub-eatery-liverpool

DSC 0107
Walk down Falkner Street and on the right is Sugnall Street. Here you will find the Belvedere. This small pub has a listed interior that saved it from conversion to another use a few years ago. Again there are normally four cask beers on tap here, usually including one from Liverpool Organic.  There is limited seating in the bar room and there is a second room to sit in, plus outside tables should the weather be clement. 

https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/6/belvedere-liverpool

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Retrace your steps and turn left back onto Catharine Street to find the fourth pub in the area, the Caledonia. This pub was under threat a couple of years ago, due to redevelopment in the area, but common sense prevailed and the developer realised such a pub would be an asset to their new tenants. The pub now has an ACV to help protect its future.

Here there are six hand pumps usually dispensing local beers and regional ciders. Live music is held here regularly, so you might wish to stay here.
https://whatpub.com/pubs/MER/41/caledonia-liverpool

From here you can either walk or catch a bus back into town. Alternatively, some may wish to continue with the Hope Street walk.

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Pub Map 2016

Pub Map

You can pdfdownload a copy of our 2016 Pub Map1.04 MB. Any updates or changes to the Pub Map will be publised here. If you have any comments or would like to let us know of any changes please contact us

Hard copies are also available, free of charge, in pubs across Liverpool. 

Please use WhatPub to confirm opening times, facilities, features and information about the Pub

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City Centre Real Ale Pubs

Pubs 2016 Phone app

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Pub Map 2016

Pub Map

You can pdfdownload a copy of our 2016 Pub Map1.04 MB. Any updates or changes to the Pub Map will be publised here. If you have any comments or would like to let us know of any changes please contact us

Hard copies are also available, free of charge, in pubs across Liverpool. 

Please use WhatPub to confirm opening times, facilities, features and information about the Pub

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Liverpool and Districts Map

Passport spread out display smallYou can download a copy of Liverpool and Districts pub map pdfPub_map_2012_25_sep.pdf8.94 MB

Includes maps of South Liverpool, West Derby, Walton, Waterloo and Crosby

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Liverpool and Districts Map

Passport spread out display smallYou can download a copy of Liverpool and Districts pub map pdfPub_map_2012_25_sep.pdf8.94 MB

Includes maps of South Liverpool, West Derby, Walton, Waterloo and Crosby

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Pub Map 2016

Pub Map 2016 web 1You can pdfdownload a copy of our 2016 Pub Map.1.04 MB Any updates or changes to the Pub Map will be publised here. If you have any comments or would like to let us know of any changes please contact us

Hard copies are also available, free of charge, in pubs across Liverpool. 

Please use WhatPub to confirm opening times, facilities, features and information about the Pub WhatPub Logo

Good Beer Guide (GBG)

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For more detailed information on the best pubs in our branch area check out the 2017 Good Beer Guide. This edition has detailed information on 40 pubs in our area. If you buy through CAMRA we will make more profit which will be reinvested into campaigning. For more information check out the website. For information on how you can contribute to the Good Beer Guide check out the article on beer scoring and survey trips.

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What Pub

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Members can use whatpub.com to search for details of pubs across the UK and then look up details such as opening times, descriptions, facilities and of course details of the real ale and cider on offer.

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