North Berwick 2/2

Just outside North Berwick places to visit include The National Museum of Flight, which has a Concorde and accompanying exhibition in a hanger and plenty for children as well as adults. There is also the The Myreton Motor Museum

Real Ale Trail

For Real Ale start at The Netherr Abbey Hotel, then The Auld Hoose, The Ship, The County Hotel and The Golfer's Rest

Exiting Zitto walk up to the end of Quality St cross over to The Ship.
Now walk back down Quality St turning left into High St. Not far along is The County Hotel, then a bit further along The Golfer's Rest, quickly followed by Herringbone.
You can now walk on and return to the station.

The Ship Inn is an old pub which has been transformed into a bar diner. There are booths by the window at the entrance. The large bar counter is on the right hand wall. Opposite this is a wall with several large booths. This wall is decorated with pictures containing beer mat collections. Either side of this wall are arches leading to a second smaller area with tables and seating along each side. There is outside seating to the road and a beer garden through the bar.
Good Beer Guide (CAMRA) 2016
Have a pint or two here
Real: Abbot; Ossian; East Coast Pale Ale; Schielhallion
Bitter: Bellhave Best; Punk IPA
Lager: innes & Gunn Lager; Tennent’s; Fringe By The Sea Lager; Bitburger; Black Isle
Cider: Strongbow; Strongbow Dark Fruit

Which island gives its name to a cake and a wine?

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The County Hotel has a dining room to the right and lounge bar to the left. The lounge is open plan with two areas. The thin front has the bar counter is along the right hand side with tables up the left. This then widens a little for more table and chair seating. Through a passage way is a games room.
Have a pint here
Real: Deuchers
Bitter: McEwan’s 70/-; McEwan’s 80/-; John Smith
Lager: heinekin; Fosters; Amstel; 1664
Cider: Strongbow Murphys

If you guys are going to be throwing beer bottles at us, at least make sure they are full.

Dave Mustaine, Megadeath

A rusty nail

The Golfer’s Rest is a large pub, on the High St, which stretches through three distinct areas. At the front served by a rounded bar counter takes up either side of the entrance door and has padded seating curving around the wall and the two bay windows, with small tables and chairs. Up the right hand side is the main length of the bar (with real ale pumps). Tables and chairs line the right hand wall. At the top of the bar widens out again and has a pool table and more seating.
Have a pint or two here.

Real: Ossian; London Pride
Bitter: McEwan’s 70/-; John Smith; Bellhaven Best
Lager: Carling; Tennent’s; Stella
Cider: carling Guinness

Herringbone is a modern dining bar restaurant and which also invites drinkers to sit at the metal bar counter. A picture window looks out over the High St. Lots of round dining tables and chairs taking advantage of the window. Further back is the bar counter.
Have a pint here
Bitter : Joker; Bitter & twisted; Twisted Thistle; Bellhaven Best
Lager: Innes & Gunn Lager; Schinhallion; San Miguel; Stella; Black isle
Cider: Stowford Press Guinness

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