This is a typical pub of the late 1960s and is for the discerning drinker who likes a good pint of real ale, well kept and served at a reasonable price. Not the most aesthetic of venues but just what I remember pubs to be in the late 60s. An excellent selection of real ales from a variety of breweries with the Kelham Island being brewed next door. As well as English ales there is a good selection of continental beers served on tap rather than in bottles. The best night's drinking I have had of this type since visiting a bier kellar in Bruges. Does do food as well and this looks very palatable and certainly not over-priced. A limited menu somewhat reminiscent again of the 1960s but good wholesome stuff at a good price. Worth a visit just for the experience of the loos. Lovely antiquated taps and a genuine character to the place.
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