The Gazette has teamed up with top brewer Wadworth to give away a pint of one of its most popular beers – Old Timer.
The ale is a strong, malty beer, deep chestnut in colour with a smooth, full-bodied flavour and 5.8 per cent alcohol by volume.
It is only available from November to January.
To get your free pint buy a copy of this week's Gazette and cut out the voucher on Page 58. Take the voucher to any of these pubs.
A meal out on the decking by the newly refurbished garden would have been a perfect setting for a meal at The Greyhound in Bromham.
However, the weather was typically English so Nick and ate in the restaurant.
The 19th century charm creates a traditional and serene atmosphere and the restaurant feels spacious. Two leather sofas and fresh lilies in the fireplace create a relaxed air.
The menu was bursting with traditional pub food, meat from the grill, chicken, vegetarian and pasta, plus a specials board.
I chose a small glass of wine and Nick a pint of coke from a wide selection of wines and local draughts.
A much talked about well lies in the centre of the restaurant. It's covered with glass and lit so you can see the water, generating much interest with diners.
Our starters arrived quickly. Nick's mushrooms were served with bread and were oozing garlic butter and herbs. My brochette was topped with a very generous portion of fresh olives, tomatoes and onion and garlic.
The ciabatta bread was crisp, light and fluffy drizzled with oil.
Nick's main course steak was served with Stilton sauce which complemented the meat nicely and came with chips, vegetables, mushrooms and tomatoes .
With the option of large or small portions, I went for a small hunters' chicken covered with cheese and bacon, served with chips and salad. The meat was tender and chips crunchy on the outside and fluffy inside.
We ordered another round of drinks and waited for the food to go down. I had spotted lemon meringue pie on the board and no way was I leaving without a slice!
Even though there was a good selection of desserts we both went for the tasty tangy lemon meringue. The filling was light and the meringue gooey and crisp on top.
The bill came to just under £40 with two rounds of drinks. I could not fault any of our food.
The High Street, Bromham
Wadworth real ales
Home cooked food
Large car park
Credit cards accepted
(01380) 850241 Amanda Pawlak