Quiz nights

 

Give the old grey matter a workout in these top pubs for a quiz.

Sutton Arms, London
A while ago now, this handsome pub was given the refurbishment it deserved and was brought up to 21st century standards with a bit of style and the right sort of attention to detail. On the hand pumps we have well-kept beers, and on tap a decent range of beers and lagers including including...
The Landor, London
Just what you want when wandering the wastelands where Brixton and Clapham merge. Sadly, the much-needed refurb has taken place with the result that the knicknacks have gone, replaced by a more gastro-green interior. It's still got the theatre upstairs with regular comedy nights, there's still a...
Kelham Island Tavern, Sheffield
If you're not a fully paid-up CAMRA member or a local beer enthusiast, chances are you won't have heard of the Kelham Island Tavern, which is a pity as it's one of the top beer pubs in the country. With it's dazzling array of ever-changing, well-kept beers, ales porters and ciders on the hand...
Earl Ferrers, London
It's been a while since we've been out to this one and we're delighted that it's remained a great boozer. Located round the back of Streatham Go-Karting track, on the corner in a grid of Victorian terrace houses, this place oozes an updated but genuine charm that other revamped gastro pubs can...
Richard I, London
As long as we've known it - and it's been a long time - Richard I has been a great pub. It's everything a good local should be. As you'd expect, it does excellent Young's beer, the service is polite, friendly and prompt and the food comes recommended. As it is a popular place, seats inside can...
One Tun, London
Without wishing to damn with faint praise, this was OK. The Porter was reasonable - first time I've tried Young's and it may well be the last. Staff were reasonably friendly and sport is a big part of this pubs' offering. Some pretty odd carpeting - slightly 70@s feel makes for an odd mix of...
Streeties, London
An old Watney's pub with a curious name, Streeties is a locals' place in the strongest sense of that word. Its bare, ramshackle interior makes no false promises. Hardboard sections nailed to the floor wait for someone who's forgotten (or can't be bothered) to put a carpet down. A P.A. system and...
Priory Arms, London
Just as the Wenlock Arms is the real ale mecca in north London here's its equivalent south of the river. Going by the beer mats plastered round the pub they've had more ales guesting here than you'll probably taste in your...
Lower Red Lion, St. Albans
No music, no TV and a selection of eight real ales and ciders. No, this isn't another Wetherspoon, but instead a pub that's arguably up there as one of the beat in the South East. This is not only real ale heaven but a jolly fine pub too. Two bars, warped wooden beams, red velvet curtains and a...
Queen's Head, London
A definite 5 from the BAPS crowd. great range of ales and the prospect of the couple settling kept us interested till later than planned.super atmosphere must recommend.