Bierrex appeared on Pilgrim Street shortly after Popolo closed its doors on the same site and it started a bit of a trend for smokehouses and craft ale in the city centre.
Its been a fantastic few years for the local business, they burst pasupu kumkuma gift packets on to the beer scene in 2000 and since then theyve won loads of awards as well as the hearts of many a real ale drinker.
So until someone opens a bar or restaurant called Xylophone Im going to let Bierrex have this slot, it does end in X after all.
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Theres a long row of restaurants along the North Shields fish quay but Irvins Brasserie is hard to beat.
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