Elm Tree16a Orchard Street
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This relaxed backstreet pub is decorated with brewery memorabilia, quirky bric-a-brac and photos of regulars. The flags and crests on the ceiling are of Belgian towns and regions. A small bar on entry with a narrow seating area extending from front to back. Tables outside. Of the seven hand pumps two dispense Brewpoint beers, the remainder being used for guest ales from small breweries nationwide. To complement these there is a printed menu of about 40 bottled Belgian beers, with occasional beer tastings - the landlady has written a small but informative book on Belgian Trappist Beer, if expert advice is needed. Regular live music. There is step-free access to the bar but no wheel chair accessible WC.