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The Lincolnshire Poacher, Nottingham - pub details

Lincolnshire Poacher
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Address: 161-163 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 3FR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1619) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nottingham (1.1 miles), Netherfield (3.1 miles), Carlton (3.2 miles)

Chain: Tynemill

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Called in the poacher the otherday.great pint of Castle Rock Harvest Pale £2.70.a pint.nice outdoor area just recently refurbished with some huts for the smokers
to enjoy their pint in comfort.
chrisb54 - 3 Oct 2014 14:00
First pub in nottingham that I have been to for a while. A good choice. Got in early, just as a folk band were setting up. Plenty of real ale choice and i went for something very predictable, london pride. Will come here again.
Mappiman - 1 Mar 2014 07:30
Hadn't visited this pub for about three years until very recently. I remembered it being a typically fine Castle Rock pub and everything that you would expect from such. What a disappointment I have to say. The place needs a facelift, particularly the outside area that is seriously uninviting. Quite a shock too to try the acclaimed Screech Owl ale. My first taste of this award-winning ale. If that was how it should taste, then I'm afraid I should give up tasting real ales. I came away wondering how such a fine pub could lose its appeal so much.
oxybrig - 16 Sep 2013 12:16
Ridiculously expensive beer these days, 4% ales often well over 3. They must be working on a huge GDP margin on guests, I imagine to make their own beers look more inviting price wise. This was a pub that kept their beer reasonably priced for years but since the CEO retired the prices have rocketed.Castle Rock has become much more corporate and it seems that the people now running the company have a much different ethos - this is also reflected in the price and portion sizes of their food - which have become smaller and more expensive. They also once had a commitment to locally sourced food but it seems that this is also about to be abandoned in the search for bigger profit margins.
This is a pub that I have frequented on and off for years and that had a genuine local feel to it unfortunately due to the constant price hikes many regulars now drink elsewhere or visit very occasionally -I fear that greed will eventually kill the goose.
basfordiron - 1 Aug 2012 23:36
Had a very enjoyable Saturday afternoon here. Food is good and substantial. Beer was certainly the best we sampled in Nottingham
arihall - 1 Apr 2012 17:24

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