After we had visited the Radar Museum we headed back to the coast, not before stopping off in the local village to have a quick look at what was on offer.
Neatishead is a village and civil parish in the county of Norfolk. The village is situated 12 miles north- east of the city of Norwich, within the broads.
The village itself was quite with a small convenience shop, pub and a few guest houses, one of which acts as a mini art shop with images up for sale for all those tourist that like Norfolk scene pictures.
Parked up at the hostelry and had a quick look around before we sampled what ales were on offer, with that in mind I had a choice to make, Village Idiot or Volt, no before you ask I’m not, so I chose the Volt to the disappointment of the company I was with, Sorry folks, Volt was a nice IPA recommend it, 4.5 % vol.
I decided to be a bit creative with a few of the final images, I felt some of the colours that were on offer deserves the pastel look and the beer mat needed a bit of a twist to it, for me I think the creative side works.
After all that and a good pint of Volt it was time to leave this gentle but nice location and head back to the coast for the rest of our weekend.