The ‘Ale’ of Man – part two

The Ale in Kaleigh

Earlier this year we took a trip over to the Isle of Man and the chance for another visit came up so we went over again to scope out some more pubs and try some more beers.

Last time we flew (it’s about 30 minutes from Manchester Airport – pretty much up and down) but this time we went for the boat from Liverpool.This took about three and a half hours and although it takes longer, it’s much less stressful then flying partially because of no security checks or baggage rules but also because it has a bar on board which is open from the minute you get on.

Being a captive audience, the prices aren’t great but there was definitely a novelty in having a beer on a board. On draught there was the option of Guinness, Carling (or Carlsberg, some generic lager) and Okell’s Bitter which is what…

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