Any recommendations for decent pint in, or short cab ride from, Port Talbot
please. Don't bother mentioning 'Spoons!
May I suggest that you take a 9 minute - (on average) - train ride from
Port Talbot Parkway up to Neath and visit the 'Borough Arms' in *New
Henry Street* - (not Henry Street which is close by !) - the pub brews
its own Beers under the name of 'Eagle Bush' brewery - (Landlord /
Brewer is Steve Fisher) - and there are 3 guests on, plus one of the
'Eagle Bush' Beers - (Pele's Passion' 3.7% was on yesterday, with
either the 'Golden Eagle IPA' or the 'Osprey Dark' 3.9% coming on
next). Also available by popular request was the excellent Gwatkin
Cider - 'Norman'.
Eagle Bush Beers are usually =A31.70p a pint ... Guests up to 4.5% are
=A31.80p ... 4.6% and above =A31.90p ... to contradict this, the Gwatkin
'Norman' Cider was only =A31.80 !!!
No food available, but the Landlady kindly made us some really tasty
Cheese and Pickle crusty sandwiches, then we had some crusty Bacon
Well worth a visit in our books, with another one planned for the near
Real Ale Tasting Society - R.A.T.S. =AE
Apologies ... That should have read ...
Eagle Bush Beers are usually from =A31.70p a pint ...
Guests up to 4.5% are up to =A31.90p a pint ...
Guests 4.6% and above =A32.00 a pint ... Going by yesterday's
> Hi Phil,
> May I suggest that you take a 9 minute - (on average) - train ride from
> Port Talbot Parkway up to Neath and visit the 'Borough Arms' in *New
> Henry Street*
Thanks Dave. Sounds good. All being well, I'll be in there tomorrow night