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The Rose was my second stop in the town of Pickering. It's right next to the river and prone to flooding. But, it was busy both inside and out. 3 real ales were on. Tetley Cask & Black Sheep Best Bitter are the regulars. The third one was Black Sheep Pale Ale, which I'd never seen before and decided to sample. Not really my kind of beer. But, in perfectly good condition. The interior was quite bright and the barmaid was friendly despite giving me a bit of a short measure.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2019 12:52
TT Landlord and Tetley at 2.65 were is good condition this weekend. Friendly bar staff and prompt service. Great juke box.

The inside looks a little modern but this is due to a serious flood in 2007 - good that it seems to have recovered.
cheshirecat - 20 Sep 2010 09:12
Closed at 2pm on Sunday?
oftenscore6 - 16 Aug 2010 22:52
Cheers for a good few days of Timothy Taylor's Landlord. Staff very friendly. Would definitely go again.
fweb - 19 Jul 2010 14:17
Pickering needs a good pub but this isnt it im affraid. In the Camra good pub guide but not sure why as Timmy T's not great but did get a warm welcome by bar staff. Would go back but only if passing, wouldnt go out my way to return
47458sf - 20 Sep 2009 20:10
A white rendered stone and brick building sitting next to the bridge and river. A nice beer patio giving a nice vista of the river. The interior is a mix of modern and traditional, plain white walls, old memorabilia pictures and beams alongside sofas and high backed chairs, rap music and a lighthouse of a jukebox. Other than the choice of music, it worked.The service was firendly and the small clientele mixed.

Beer wise, it was the usual, with Tetley Bitter and TT Landlord on handpull. The Landlord was a little cold, but ok. I would visit again, if in this neck of the woods


Archivist - 14 Jul 2009 13:36
A white rendered stone and brick building sitting next to the bridge and river. A nice beer patio giving a nice vista of the river. The interior is a mix of modern and traditional, plain white walls, old memorabilia pictures and beams alongside sofas and high backed chairs, rap music and a lighthouse of a jukebox. Other than the choice of music, it worked.The service was firendly and the small clientele mixed.

Beer wise, it was the usual, with Tetley Bitter and TT Landlord on handpull. The Landlord was a little cold, but ok. I would visit again, if in this neck of the woods


Archivist - 14 Jul 2009 13:35

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