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The Three Shires, Stockport - pub details

Address: 32 Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire, SK1 1NB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30764) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stockport (0.4 miles), Heaton Chapel (1.4 miles), Davenport (1.5 miles)

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The Three Shires has reverted to a former name - Huffy's. It's now a wine bar/bistro. There are no real ales. Keg options are Brewdog Punk IPA, Peroni, Open Gate Citrus IPA, Guinness, Hop House Lager, Tetley's Smoothflow, Carlsberg, Carlsberg Export & San Miguel. The worst of 16 pubs I tried in the town.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Oct 2018 20:35
now open!

Just looked through the window, looks like there were quite a few in. Food still served, looked good value.
juninhocrunch - 27 Nov 2009 11:06
Now closed, most unfortunate but I did post a warning nearly 12 months ago (see below) and the situation just got worse.
They have blamed the smoking ban, the rent and the credit crunch but that can only be a tiny contribution, the real reason is poor management, lack of commitment, sending the chef home when quiet, closing early when quiet, letting ale quality slip, letting mates run the bar, removing the Belgium beers 6 months ago....and more.
I think the owner simply lacked any skill, he was never present towards the end or when there was any problems and when he was there drank heavily and told everybody it was his place, bit embarrassing.
Anyway great opportunity exists here, when it reopened in 2006 I saw money taken hand-over-fist and always busy at lunchtimes.
I am attempting to find the transfer/lease details, anybody know? I'd be interested in a deal/share especially a knowledgeable real ale fan or micro.

VuToneSound - 22 Oct 2008 22:41
What a shame a current GBG pub shortly to close. The landlord seemed friendlly and apologised but was running the pub down. As no real ale we wished him luck and left. I hope someone else will take on the pub and be able to turn the pubs fortunes around.
Love_good_ale - 19 Oct 2008 19:45
This place is desperate for new owners and return quality beers and customers
mrBean - 7 Sep 2008 23:19

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