The Kings Arms (Greene King),
Brentgovel Street, Bury St Edmunds

It's always packed, and with all ages of people too.  We went on a
Tuesday, and there was a reasonable number of people, which in the course
of a pint rose to a number that made it physically difficult to leave.  
Lots of polishy brass and dark stained wood everywhere, with the sort of
standard-issue framed photographs and old posters that I would previously
have claimed came from an industrial estate somewhere in Bury St Edmunds.  
It reminds me of the James Street Arms or the Bullingdon Arms in Oxford in
their recently-refurbished incarnations.

Everard's Tiger, Greene King IPA, Old Speckled Hen and Archers Golden 
(this last in good condition) on cask.  Surprising range of wine.  No real 
cider.  I didn't see any whisky.

(Fieldwork: 2003-09-23)