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Best Pub Walks Around EdinburghBest Pub Walks Around Edinburgh (Best... Explores the rich treasure chest of scenery and sights in Edinburgh and the splendid open country that surrounds the city. Each of the 26 walks, ranging from 3 to 10 miles, starts and finishes at a good pub. Most of the walking is on clear footpaths, bridleways, quiet lanes and canal towpaths and there is nothing too challenging - hill walks are normally accessed by gently ascending valleys. Explore an outstanding variety of countryside - spectacular cliff top walks, leisurely river valley strolls and rewarding routes over farmland. Full details of each pub include hours of opening, beer served and food available. Many surprising features are noted - walks accessed by a ski-lift and a steam train, a distillery visit with generous free samples and a pub recommended by one of TV's Fat Ladies, plus walks following in the literary footsteps of Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson. Scottish Beer.

The Hidden Inns Of ScotlandThe Hidden Inns of Central and Southern... Scotland. This title covers the major regions of Southern Scotland - Borders, Dumfries and Galloway, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire, Lothians, Renfrewshire, in and around Glasgow, in and around Edinburgh, Stirlingshire, Perth and Kinross, Fife, Angus and Argyle and Bute. There is an informative introductory narrative in each chapter containing historical facts, important landmarks, and places to visit. A full page is devoted to each pub or inn and contains an attractive line drawing, full name, address, telephone number, directions on how to get there, descriptive narrative and a handy summary of opening hours, food served, credit cards accepted, accommodation provided, other facilities offered, entertainment, as well as local places of interest and local activities available. Scottish Beer.

Edinburgh and Leith Pub GuideEdinburgh and Leith Pub Guide This is an independent and thoroughly researched book full of historical anecdotes and practical information on pubs in Edinburgh and Leith. Over 200 pubs are featured, along with 12 pub trails and maps, with a brief guide to Scottish beers and whiskies. The book also features the "Man from Fife's" wry take on many of the pubs, and it is aimed at anyone interested in Edinburgh and Scotland's rich cultural heritage. Scottish Beer.

Scotch Ale (Classic Beer Style S.) Greg Noonan spent years researching the brewing history and techniques of this legendary ale. In this book, he presents his keen insights into yeast, hops, water, and brewing conditions to help you brew a superior batch of Scotch ale.

The Glasgow Pub CompanionThe Glasgow Pub Companion An updated edition of the companion to over 200 of Glasgow's pubs which encompasses the old, the traditional and the "newer" style bar/cafes. Biographical details of each are accompanied by photos (often with interiors) and ratings for entertainment, wine selection, food and ale. Scottish Beer.

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