Having wondered on from the guest house wanting to kill an hour on a cold night, up pops this inn.
Warm lighting and even warmer open fire with real coal bi heck, as they say int Yorkshire gods country.
I had a cloudy blonde which I think was meant to be like that, but as with most ales darne sauth the head disappears quickly and your left with flat ale. Why can't they brew it like bac ome ! It was tasty though.
Anyway they place was warm and friendly so am sure will be back next time I'm darne sauth oar Watford gap woarkin.
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