"Flagons of beer are going to be here for quite a while and it's a good opportunity for smaller brewers of craft beers to do business. The landlady of The Pig & Whistle in Kent fills up a jug of ale for her son
Find out more by perusing our drinks section.Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed into the pub or garden at present, but we hope to be able to relax this as we go along.We are a pub about the beer and the people so whether it is lively debate you're after or a quiet pint in the greenery filled garden, you can find it here!Keep an eye out for events taking place throughout the year including quizzes, live music and beer, wine and spirit tastings.We accept credit/debit cards and contactless payments (minimum transaction £3).A huge thank you to all who helped us to reach the Top Ten of the Sorry, we're unable to allow customers to bring children into the pub or the garden. Dropping into the local pub to fill up a flagon with beer to enjoy at home was as common as popping to the butcher for a joint of pork in the Fifties.Now the traditional 'off-sales' trade has been resurrected by landlords during lockdown as they battle to keep their businesses afloat, with drinkers flocking to their favourite watering holes to pick up some takeaway ale through hatches at the back of the building.Publicans across Britain have been inundated with hundreds of telephone orders over the last three weeks, and are expecting a surge this bank holiday weekend.Customers longing for a cold pint are making a special journey to their local, armed with plastic containers - including cylindrical spaghetti jars - which are filled with their preferred tipple, then topped up as they desire in the following days and weeks.The years-old practice has been so successful that pub owners predict it will continue long after lockdown restrictions are eased. The Fat Cat Freemouse. 288 Spring Road, Ipswich, IP4 5NL Tel: (01473) 726524 (01473) 726524 Real Ales from the taproom.
Yorkshiremen wait for the pub to open in the 1950s Positive cases highest in England since end of May, NHS Test and Trace shows The Fat Cat. Find out more Registered address: 288 Spring Road, Ipswich, IP4 5NL.Registered in England and Wales, company number 4945004. HOME. Home About Us Ales Contact Us. 288 Spring Road, Ipswich, IP4 5NL Tel: (01473) 726524 (01473) 726524 Home; Drinks. The Fat Cat is a real ale pub, we serve real ciders, a selection of wines, gin and premium mixers. You need to be a subscriber to join the conversation. Perfect place for a poker night." Toggle main menu visibility. Or Email: email@example.com. "Drinking in well run, community focused pubs should always be the preferred option, but a takeout from such a pub is the next best thing. "We know customers by name or what they drink, and our regulars have been very loyal - we had 100 orders this weekend alone," she said.The revival of the old practice has been praised by experts.Chris Rouse, deputy regional director of the Campaign for Real Ale in East Anglia, said: "The need to support pubs, both now and in the future is greater than ever and it's good to see some pubs are able to use 'the old ways' to help in these very difficult times. We are a small, friendly Free House where you can enjoy a wide selection of up to twenty real ales served straight from the cask from our temperature controlled tap room.
3 reviews of Fat Cat "Great fun, lots of beer! The Fat Cat Freemouse. Real Ales from the cellar; Keg beers; Belgian bottles; Bottled beers; Ciders. Also on offer are up to seven real ciders as well as a selection of gins, whiskies, rums, wines and Belgian beers. Liz Pledge, landlady of The Fat Cat in Ipswich, is serving drinks through a cat flap at the rear of her pub, using boxes able to hold up to 36 pints in one serving. "Liz Pledge, landlady of The Fat Cat in Ipswich, is serving drinks through a cat flap at the rear of her pub, using boxes able to hold up to 36 pints in one serving. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.The Fat Cat (Ipswich) Ltd.