Picked it for the number of real ales displayed and wasn't disappointed in these, quite nice indeed. Subtle and fresh notes and interesting undertones. Staff really friendly and a cosy atmosphere; prices not too bad too. However, the food was just awful: got the Shropshire chicken which was very dry and flavourless, on a bed of completely raw and crunchy root vegetables, not exactly the desired 'al dente'. Wouldn't consider going there again!
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