The Tudor Arms #1, September 2017

You’ll never guess what this is. It’s another in that series of “camping and pubs” posts. We were camping nearby. When I say nearby, I mean literally next door, as that’s where the camp site is. This is our first of four planned visits this weekend, breakfast and dinner tomorrow and breakfast on Sunday before packing up and heading home. We’ve been here before, on a bike ride a few years ago. We were camping nearby that day too, although a little bit further away.

On to food and drink. This was a pint of Elmers by Flying Monk Brewery, based just outside Malmesbury in Hullavington, and it was a standard golden ale.

Sometimes only a pie will do. This was one of those times, a proper pub pie, and a proper acutal pie, as opposed to a casserole with some pastry balanced on top. It was very tasty (as most things filled with pulled pork tend to be), some decent veg with it too as opposed to some tired things that have been sitting in warming trays all day.

Stay tuned for the rest of our visits to this pub over the weekend.

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