Where did you have your first pint? Was it one of these 15 South Tyneside pubs?

For many people, it is a moment they never forget.

Sunday, 16th February 2020, 4:00 pm
Updated Tuesday, 18th February 2020, 12:18 am
Back to 2005 for this view of the Red Duster but was it the place where you had you first pint?
Back to 2005 for this view of the Red Duster but was it the place where you had you first pint?

It’s the time when they had their first ever pint. But can you remember where you had yours in South Tyneside?

Was it The Clock or the Crown and Anchor, the Red Duster or the Golden Lion?

How about the Bamburgh or the Brigantine?

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Graham Jack is pictured with the perfect pint at the Bamburgh 14 years ago - but was it where you had your first pint?

Take a look at our 15 choices – some former pubs and some still with us – and see if yours is there.

A 2003 view of the Douglas Vaults. What are your earliest memories of a pint in there?
Raising a toast to the Flat Tops at Boldon Colliery. Here it is in 2008. When did you have your first pint?
This photo takes us back 14 years. Was the Golden Lion the choice for your first pint?
A last photo of the Commercial Hotel before its closure. Do you remember it as a place for a pint?
A view of the Brigantine from 13 years ago.
A 2003 view of the Horsley Hill pub shortly before it was due for demolition. Was it a venue where you had a first pint?
A World Cup theme to the Clock pub in Hebburn in 2006. But was it the pub where you had your first pint?
A lovely view inside the Prince of Wales in Prince Edward Road. Does this 13-year-old photo bring back memories of your first pint?
A Stanhope Road favourite pictured 12 years ago. Does this bring back happy memories?
Was this Jarrow favourite the place where you first had a pint?
Here is the County in Sunderland Road and we're wondering if you had your first pint there.
Kennedy's in Commercial Road was in the picture 12 years ago. Were you in there for your first pint?
Back in 2006, the Stags Head was in the listing of the top 49 Historical Gig pubs. Was it also where you had your first pint?
We would love your memories of where you had your first pint and which pubs were your favourites over the years. Tell us more by emailing [email protected]