The Builders Arms is a spacious Irish Pub. There’s a pool table, slot machines and at least four plasma screen TVs, ensuring that sport gets seen from wherever one’s sitting.
Ansells, Guinness and Guinness Golden Ale are on tap.
I never had golden-coloured Guinness before and so tried a pint. While pulling my pint, the barman told me that the new golden variety was the tipple of choice for the fellow to my left. In the picture I took, you can see him with a golden pint matching mine, and thumbing his smartphone – clearly somebody with a taste for new things!
I explained to John about  Pockets of [Leamington Spa]. I also passed on the message from Murphy (“hmmm, [Guinness] tastes better at Murphy’s“) and was told “that’s cause you aren’t drinking a real Guinness.”
I noted that Guinness here’s £0.10 pence cheaper than at Murphy’s and was informed “used to be thirty before John raised the prices.”
John gave the assemblage a Smirnoff pump label?! (vodka on tap!) and then sent me to see Kat at The Fox and Vivian
The writing space on my picture frame is now full and so  Pockets of [Leamington Spa] can be assembled