The Duke of York, Salisbury - pub details
Salisbury (0.2 miles)
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|The Duke of York is a backstreet pub, not too far from the centre of Salisbury with a decent real ale selection. Buntingford Twitchell & Partridge, Oxfordshire Marshmellow & Detox & Ringwood Forty Niner. The Good Beer Guide promises real cider. But both of the ciders on the bar were unavailable. So, this would seem to be a seasonal offering only.|
blue_scrumpy - 31 Jan 2014 22:14
|What a shame as we were really looking forward to our first visit to this recommended pub to find it shut at a time we thought it should be open i.e. around 4pm on a Saturday|
Steamer1 - 28 Jan 2014 17:33
|Visited early on a Saturday evening. Only a few customers but made very welcome. Very basic, traditional, pub. Landlord took time out to ask how four blokes had heard of his establishment and have a short chat.|
Excellent beer, could only stay a short while. Would definitely go back.
cubsur - 4 Apr 2013 15:28
|Repeat visit today June 13 saw the pub quite busy, 5 beers on were Botley Old Cooperage, Sharaday Five Bells, Downton Eurohop and Boondogle. Tried last 3, all were in good nick and just £3 pint. Def one of the better cask ale pubs in Salisbury.|
Chrisnutt - 15 Jun 2012 20:54
|Went in on Sat night and was very impressed indeed with the pub. The Landlord was very knowledgeable about the beers on (Moorhouse Premier, Alton Triple fff Pride, Plain Ale Innocence, Botley Old Cooperage & Botley Pale Rider). They also sold two ciders on handpull (from wales?) and a German wheat beer.|
Pub was packed, locals seemed a friendly bunch. One of the best real ale pubs in Salisbury.
Chrisnutt - 7 Nov 2011 23:08
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