JOURNEY around Gloucester's pubs and clubs using this clever Tube-style map.
The pub crawl map shows all 101 of the city's watering holes, stretching from Quedgeley through the city centre to Churchdown and even up to Cranham.
Based on the classic London Underground map, landlords are hoping the new map will help visitors to our fair city make a quick connection to their venues.
Pub Stops of Gloucester has been designed by maths teacher John Coats and follows on from the success of his Cheltenham poster.
He said: "I'm a real ale fan and I hope people are inspired by the map to go off and try some new pubs."
The tube lines follow roads and he said each 'line' could be used as the basis for a pub crawl night out.
Chris Atine, from Cafe Rene in Southgate Street, said: "It's a great idea as it shows people there are a variety of pubs in Gloucester.
"Anything that encourages more people back here is good."
Will Worgan, manager of The Double Gloucester pub, in Cheltenham Road, Longlevens, said: "Obviously we're pleased to be included on it.
"Pubs in Gloucester definitely need more promoting and a bit of help. We have a lot of regulars. but not a lot of tourists come here.
"Hopefully this will attract them here.
"I think Gloucester is good for a pub crawl as each area has its own selection of pubs."
The map will be sold at Corner House Art Gallery and has been produced in association with Gloucester Brewery.
Jared Brown, from the brewery at Gloucester Docks, said they will be selling the map in their shop as well.
He added: "It's a really novel idea and gives visitors an overview of all the different pubs in the area.
"People are becoming more discerning about where they drink and pubs are improving.
"Gloucester can be a really good night out now."
John has produced a number of Pub Stops designs for other cities and regions of the UK.
The first design was for his home city of Sheffield around seven years ago.