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Blue Bell, Scunthorpe

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user reviews of Blue Bell, Scunthorpe

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Good old fashioned weatherspoons.

Large, roomy, huge selection of real ales, fairly nice crowd apart from the fat idiot at the bar that thought he knew everyone and everything...you do get 'em in every 'spoons.

Certainly not the worse 'spoons I've been in.
lezford - 9 Oct 2011 11:19
Standard Wetherspoons pub with an L-shaped bar and a good selection of beers and ciders. Thorne Best Bitter was the only one I could remember. Although the staples Ruddles Best and Abbot were also on. The cider choice was Westons Old Rosie & Vintage Organic. A busy pub, but large enough to cope with any crowds.
blue_scrumpy - 9 Jan 2011 21:09
Old fashioned type spoons, but clean and friendly. Food quite good and the beers exellent what we tried. Pleasant beer garden at rear looks over a large car park. Raised area in pub very good for eating. . Well worth a visit
noggin46 - 5 Nov 2010 21:31
Smallish, old fashioned Spoons, redeemed by very good beer (one from Elland) and pleasant enough.
mtaylor40 - 28 Mar 2009 07:04

The pub is ok, but the staff are so variable, they hide away in the glass wash, and when they see you, always try and find something else to do.

Another annoying habit is to see them checking the stock when there are people to serve, they spend a lot of time avoiding your gaze.

And the managers no help, he should get a job at pickfords, cos moving the furiture is all he's good for.

Dont expect any food after 9pm, the kitchen staff are packing things away after that time.


Shagnastie - 11 Feb 2009 15:48
Typical Spoons style on main road into town from station. Friendly service and good beer. 7/10
fat_beer_badger - 12 Aug 2006 13:26

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