Lunch time food was ok, nothing special but not too bad.
The "Real Ale" beer was the closest I have tasted to vinegar for a long while.
When I told the manager that the beer was not right he stated that there was nothing wrong with it, later saying it may be "a little bit off" and charged me 30 pence extra for a pint of fizzy lager, which I was not too impressed about but I knew should be drinkable.
The barman apologised and said that he would not have charged me the extra money but the manager told him to do so.
The manager did tell me ten minutes later that he had changed the barrel as it had gone, not an apology, just a statement.
Try The Cadwgan just down the road for a really good pint.More
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