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Award Winning Real Ale, Cider & Craft Beer Bar In The Heart Of Barnsley Town Centre. Acorn Brewery Tap Serving Traditional Hand Pulled Cask Beers & Ciders And We Also Offer A Wide Range Of European & International Bottled Beers
Hours Today: 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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The Old No 7 Market Hill, Barnsley S70 2PX, England
Forget you theme pubs Old No7 proper place to go have a great pint and chat with mates.
No gimmicks experience built round quality of cellar and quite a selection changing regularly.
Grew up in this place and always had a soft spot especially downstairs...More
Visited with friends prior to eating at a local restaurant. Some of our friends tried the cask ales but I (tee total) opted for a draught Diet Coke/Pepsi. It was flat so asked for a bottle instead. They do not have bottles so had a...More
Just been to see Glen Tilbrook at the Civic and had a great time.I had called in just before it to ask directions to the Civic and the polite doorman gave me directions.After the concert, we called in for a couple, the atmosphere was great...More
If real ale is your thing, head for The Old No 7. Always a good choice of hand pulled beers available to cater for different preferences. Not the place to go for comfortable lounge-type padded seats however - this is a pub for drinkers who...More
I don't live in Barnsley but make an effort to visit the Old No7 for their monthly Open Folk Music Session (2nd Sunday of each month) to enjoy the music and sample the pub's selection of cask ales especially the Acorn Brewery Beers. The atmosphere...More
We gu in ear quite often. There's a funny looking fella wi hair like a spaniel's ear oyles called Scarfe or summat...he sooerts the music art. The beer in top notch and even Kev's quiz is good on Wednesday neet. No flicky hair types, no...More
We make a special visit every couple of months and spend 3 or 4 hours in there sampling the various offerings. Irish trad music once a month - a great crowd get in for that.
A really excellent range of a dozen or so Acorn...More