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Name: The Horse and Groom - Location: Great Portland Street

Address: 128, Great Portland St, London, W1W 6PX [020 7580 4726]
Always in support of the Samuel Smiths Brewery - although very concerned about the current company strategy towards its staff and customers, as exercised by the Directors. We believe in promoting common sense, decency, compassion, fairness and compliance with company, employment and English law.

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Another nice pub.

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Took 4 young lads in from the over side of the pond.  Thanks lads for a very pleasant hour that I spent with you today. 


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The cask OBB in here last week was pretty bad. Vinegary. I wasn't sure whether to drink it or pour it on my chips.

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The cask OBB in here last week was pretty bad. Vinegary. I wasn't sure whether to drink it or pour it on my chips.

Badly kept or too old or both.

OBB is the best pint ever when it's right, and also the worst when it's not.

Once they get into the downward spiral, sour beer, so less folk drink it. I can see keg on the horizon.