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All reviews real ale great pub dale street higher room continental beers island style friendly clientele craft ales till midnight great selection of beers favourite pub opening hours are moorfields train station great decor adorning the walls twin brother in tip top condition
Visited recently & asked if they had any pale craft beers similar to Beavertown - response from staff was "similar? no" Then asked if they had ANY pale craft beers - response "don't think so" after which I informed the barperson that we were dangerously...More
Had a few drinks in this pub after my evening meal. The pub was build around 1935 but before it was home to a coach-house
The current name comes from from a combination of the pub’s two previous names - The Flagship and The Mitre.
We had dinner at The Ship & Mitre after recommendations from The Hairy Bikers and visitliverpool.com. The vibe was warm and the food was much better than what we expected. We tried the steak pie and the scouse. The food was well-seasoned and delicious. (The...More
Visited the pub before football. Truly great selection of real ales. In fact, I just didn't know what to choose. I believe they brew their own ale as well. I would enjoy coming back here and spending a few hours sampling what they've got on...More
Arrived at Lime Street and headed to this pub. As this was my first visit it took a while to understand the drinks available in the pub. As you enter there is a list on the wall of the real ales, craft ales and foreign...More
Was meeting up with a friend who I haven't seen since our university days (graduated1980). We went to the Ship & Mitre which turned out to be an excellent choice. Large range of beers and drinks and the board of what they have had was...More
I visited The Ship & Mitre with my partner and we tried a few beers from the large range of real ales. The beer was great, particularly the stout and porter. We worked up an appetite and ordered a bowl of 'scouse'. The scouse was...More