Great news for Reading’s east side pub-goers and ale lovers everywhere: the Fisherman’s Cottage will be reopening under new management on Friday 22 July at noon…

With four historic pubs surviving along its High Street and the opportunity for a five mile circular walk, Theale represents the best of both worlds. A walk in the countryside and a village pub crawl all accessible by train or bus: what’s not to like…

Mattingley is a rural parish in Hampshire located just across the Berkshire border approximately eleven miles south of Reading town centre. This three mile circular walk traverses public footpaths and lanes; and takes in riverside, open fields, woods, a quaint village and mill, and a 15th century church…

More than 2½ years have passed since Mr & Mrs Fueled by Beer first began to explore the City of Dreaming Spires and its pubs. Since then we have returned several times and with each visit our insight has grown exponentially. But not only has our insight changed; some of the pubs have changed too. […]

With its close proximity to Reading and easy access by train or bus this circular walk is great for a day out in the West Berkshire countryside. Combining Kennet & Avon Canal towpath, country lanes and open fields, the six mile circuit also includes three excellent country pubs: The Rowbarge at Woolhampton; The Butt Inn at Aldermaston […]

Mixed news for pub-goers on Reading’s east side: on the one hand two pubs recently closed; on the other one pub that has been gaining a reputation as a cask ale and craft keg destination has been added to compensate for the loss…

Here’s the perfect Fueled by Beer trip for this upcoming Saturday, 11 June from noon until 9 pm. An easy walk from Twyford train station, free entry, a superb lineup of cask ales at £3 per pint. Great music, great food, and all in aid of a worthy cause; Twyford Beer Festival, what’s not to like…