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Nigel Tarn

Nigel Tarn

Nigel Tarn

Nigel Tarn is the man behind Lake District based pub company Moo Bars Ltd. Follow him on Twitter @princeofales
11.5.2015 Nigel Tarn

"Imagine my dichotomy when the first question — "the usual?"— was posed recently to my two-year-old son!"

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10.3.2015 Nigel Tarn

"From the first bar opening there has always been one lifebuoy in a sea of uncertainty. A brand that the customer recognises and trusts."

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16.2.2015 Nigel Tarn

"We've just featured, in our newly opened Carlisle bar, a keg beer collaboration from Hardknott and the Birmingham Beer Bash, a beer amusingly infused with squid ink. Despite the unusual mix of bedfellows, it's a really drinkable tipple."

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8.1.2015 Nigel Tarn

"It's an oasis of ale that creates its own problems, but closing through poor trade isn't one of them."

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28.11.2014 Nigel Tarn

"A recent report from CAMRA shows keg ale growth has been driven by the cask market, and I was pleased to find several custodians of both styles in Leeds."

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13.10.2014 Nigel Tarn

"Belgium has got a lot to answer for (and be proud of) when it comes to beer history, and the development of many beer styles and descriptors."

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13.9.2014 Nigel Tarn

"I do recall being hoodwinked by one of my team to buy "Saturday Night Beaver" but all I can recall is the beer's name, and not what is important — the contents within the barrel."

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27.8.2013 Nigel Tarn

“I’l tell you what they should do” he offered. “They should knock it down and start again!” The subject up for bar-room debate was a new shopping centre, which was failing to find any retailers to fill it.

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26.7.2013 Nigel Tarn

What’s going on? It seems that the farm has gone funny. It was once the norm that cider was made with apples, and alcopops were sweet and fruity. Not so now.

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18.6.2013 Nigel Tarn

People say the funniest things! No, that’s not the title of a new ITV quiz show to be hosted by Ronnie Corbett but a personal observation.

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