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Real ale drinkers and vegans?


Are they linked in some way?  The Rutland arms serves food as well and it's not vegan...

 

Out of interest, when you go in, do you look scruffy?  How would someone else judge you?  Do you look like a real ale drinking vegan who's just gone in for the beer?  Or a hippy or new age?  Perhaps you're playing some crystal wind chimes and have feathers woven into your hair?

 

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3 hours ago, DerbyTup said:

It doesn't bother me, I just go in for the beer.

So why bring it up? 

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More to the point, are Chris and Kate opening this place in addition to the Rutland, or instead of?

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1 hour ago, DnAuK said:

More to the point, are Chris and Kate opening this place in addition to the Rutland, or instead of?

I would hope as well as. There's been nothing from the usual sources about them giving up the rutty that I've heard, anyway

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Definitely as well as :)

I'm looking forward to it, with Hop Hideout's new venue as well I've got a nice little after-work crawl without even going further than the Shakey

 

BTW commenting on the clientele months before it even opens must be some sort of record for the Forum...

Edited by SteelCityAle

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16 hours ago, SteelCityAle said:

Definitely as well as :)

I'm looking forward to it, with Hop Hideout's new venue as well I've got a nice little after-work crawl without even going further than the Shakey

 

BTW commenting on the clientele months before it even opens must be some sort of record for the Forum...

That is good news at any rate. Any ideas on rough timing of these openings?

 

I kinda agree with you on the clientelle going into the new Crow place. However, I do reserve the right to predict that the Kommune place might be nice to pop in, but I bet it's not going to be comfortable.

 

In the same way that the Cutlery Works and Assembly Underground in Leeds operate, it will probably involve long bench style seating and  tables that you have to share with excitable teenagers who can't keep still. I can just about manage enough patience to sup a schooner before I have to leave. It's just not conducive to enjoying a nice beer. I just hope I am wrong.

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I suspect you may be right re seating at Kommune (the name hardly suggests a selection of quiet snugs and wingback armchairs...), I'm not gonna speculate on the prospective clientele though ;)

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