Cambridge Blue, Gwydir Street

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Key: Real ale Pub: Free House
  • Good Beer Guide 2005
  • Showcasing seven beers at any one time from local breweries such as Milton and City of Cambridge, East Anglian brewers such as Elgoods and Iceni, plus old favourites such as Adnams Broadside and Woodfordes Wherry.
  • Cassels cider (mainly in the summer).
  • The whole pub (indoors) is no-smoking.
  • Children's Licence for the conservatory & large garden till 9pm - children welcome all year round.
  • "The Cambridge Blue" has repeatedly proved to be sufficient as the entire address for post from abroad!
  • Previously:
  • The left-hand half (no. 87) was purpose-built in the 1860s as a pub, as part of the estate of railway workers' terraced houses, one of many pubs along the street. Later (by 1903) the pub was enlarged by knocking through to no. 85. [Why "Gwydir"]

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