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Dolphin (Plymouth pub)

The Dolphin is a pub on the Barbican of Plymouth, England. It is a no-frills pub, justly famous for its real ale, which is draught Bass - served straight from the barrel - very rare these days. The pub has the reputation of serving the best Bass in the south west. Many of the famous (erstwhile) Plymouth artist Beryl Cook[?]'s paintings are set in or around the Dolphin.

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