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Dolphin (Plymouth pub)
The Dolphin is a public house (pub) on the Barbican in 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. The pub also provided the setting for the BBC's animated comedy series Bosom Pals , which was based around some of the characters in Cook's paintings and featured the vocal talents of Dawn French, Alison Steadman and Timothy Spall. Nearby is the world famous Cap'n Jaspers .
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