St. Radegund

129 King Street
Emailku.oc.dnugedar-ts@ofni Telephone(01223) 311794
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Opening times: 5-11 Mon-Thu; 5-Midnight Fri; 12-Midnight Sat; Closed Sun
Regular beers: Saffron --seasonal--, Saffron --seasonal--, Saffron --varies--, Saffron --varies--

At 220 square feet, The Rad is the smallest pub in Cambridge. Its interior is adorned with local sporting memorabilia and photographs mostly of its own teams and those of Jesus College who they are affiliated with. The pub has its own rowing and cricket teams. The pub was lovingly refurbished in 2015, seeing the bar moved, exposing the original ceiling and revealing a formerly hidden fireplace. Small brass plaques commemorate former customers now drinking at the great bar in the sky. One of its six handpumps is for cider. One is for a guest ale from a regional micro. The four others are for beers from the licensee's Saffron Brewery beers, £2 a pint, and offer a range of colours. Bottled beers include those from Saffron Brewery as well as Belgian and German beers. The pub has a rain check tree that enables you to buy a drink for someone not currently present. Cambridge & District CAMRA Dark Ale Pub 2017.