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Welcome to The Fat Cat
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We are a small, friendly Free House where you can enjoy a wide selection of up to twenty real ales served straight from the cask from our temperature controlled tap room. Also on offer are up to seven real ciders as well as a selection of gins, whiskies, rums, wines and Belgian beers. Find out more by perusing our drinks section.. We are temporarily not allowing takeaways, this includes pizza at this time. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. We are a pub about the beer and the people so whether it is lively debate you're after or a quiet pint in the greenery filled garden, you can find it here! Keep an eye out for events taking place throughout the year including quizzes, live music and beer, wine and spirit tastings. Sorry, we're unable to allow customers to bring children into the pub or the garden. We are also not allowing customers to eat take away food here at this time.
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Good atmosphere, nice beers and plenty to choose from. Spent the evening with some friends for which this is a great venue. Home to the award winning Fat Cat Brewery. Live music, Food and an outstanding choice in beers.
Fat cat is a political term originally describing a rich political donor , also called an angel or big money man. The New York Times has described fat cats as symbols of "a deeply corrupt campaign finance system riddled with loopholes", with Americans seeing them as recipients of the "perks of power", but able to "buy access, influence policy and even veto appointments. It is also commonly used to describe a rich, greedy person who, due to ownership of large amounts of capital , is able to "live easy" off the work of others.