WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
68%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
15%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
6%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
3%
  



Leonard Hatred 10:45 Wed Aug 24
Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Talk to me.

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One McAvennieeeeee 12:29 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
I'd rather the sort of people who like drinking in these places stay there to be honest.

Still hopefully we'll go down, and they can fuck off back to what they used to do on Saturdays.

Gavros 12:29 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
no colours or large groups after the game.

walked past sunday and looked like most had totally fucked it off as a result.

the landlord isnt renewing their lease...

stewie griffin 12:26 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Is the crate the one that said we're not welcome?

Hopefully someone will burn that down along with the OS

Gavros 12:24 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Was at the Plough on sunday. very close to stadium and they have one of those machines that can pour 8 pints in 10 seconds. Atmos wise a bit sterile but no more so than the crate or howling hops.

WorldCupWilly 12:15 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Only problem with Howling is that they don't do pints - only 2/3rds pint glasses or pitchers. However they have a decent number of staff behind the bar so no queues.

Crate do pints - and if it's dry on matchdays before the match they have a pop-up bar outside that serves pints of IPA, larger and cider. Minimum time to queue unlike inside.

Far Cough 12:11 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
I'm still drinking in the Black Lion, the governor gives us a lift to Stratford as well

Tidy

AKA ERNIE 12:10 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Kaka I'm sure they will let you in

One McAvennieeeeee 12:08 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Yeah why don't you mention it on a few more threads?

Eddie B 12:06 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
The Carpenters Estate is such a vibrant, cosmopolitan area, isn't it.

TheBoleynBoy 11:05 Tue Sep 27
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
What's happened to the refreshment rooms? Been shut last few games

Gavros 4:28 Sun Sep 25
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Plough in the sunshine is very nice.

Beats the fucking Duke by some distance.

cambsiron 3:14 Sun Sep 25
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Howling definitely has a much bigger range of beers. Beers of many different styles. Going to walk the 20 yards from the crate to there once I've had my hipster pizza.

simon.s 12:28 Sun Sep 25
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Prefer Howling to Crate. Better ale I'd say, and not as up it's own arse as Crate has now become.

1964 12:24 Sun Sep 25
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
What's this Howlinghops place like next to the Crate. Is it the same lot or are they seperate.

Looks like some good ale. Anybody tried it?

Northern Sold 6:22 Sat Sep 24
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
No copyright PB... feel free to BOAT away

Pub Bigot 5:51 Sat Sep 24
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
I'll see you in their, Gav. I go in there an hour before KO.

Can I refer to you as GavBOAT or is that copyright infringement from Sold0!?

Gavros 4:38 Sat Sep 24
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Colours more than welcome at the plough.

dicksie3 4:30 Sat Sep 24
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Fans are spoilt for choice for decent places to drink now which aren't too far from the stadium.

Another win for the LONDON STADIUM.

BetterthanKaka 12:21 Sat Sep 24
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
Are kids allowed in the Builders Arms?

yngwies Cat 5:42 Sat Sep 24
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
That thing from KNUMB that ended up in last nights Evening Standard about the Crate, about fans chanting and jumping in the canal made me chortle.

Wandered how it long it would take before some fans started behaving like shoping trolleys.

Gavros 10:40 Fri Sep 23
Re: Pubs near the stadium that have become "established" West Ham drinking venues
FISH island is the place for those #ITK

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