Three Pigeons, Halifax - pub details
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|Real ale lovers who appreciate this Three Pigeons will also be pleased to learn that the Brighouse Real Ale Trail now has a new member.|
It is the Pear Tree Inn at nearby Norwood Green. Typically it has very well-kept standards such as Teltey's and Timothy Taylor's landlord, but also charming guests such as Castle Rock Harvest Pale, Hobgoblin and so on.
The pub has been tastefully redecorated in much lighter, airier style, and features fresh-cut flowers along with a now-delightful beer garden.
The atmosphere is intended for the genial and well-mannered, and I cannot commend the staff highly enough for doing what is needed to preserve that.
eddybeer - 24 Aug 2016 17:53
|Much better now - done out a bit, redecorated tastefully without losing character and cleaned up loads. Still not the widest choice of beers but at least they're all worth drinking.|
Richardhuddleston - 29 Mar 2015 21:46
|Pleasant historic interior and well kept beers. Don't know why previous reviewer thought it wasn't clean because it was when we were there.|
wrichard - 30 Aug 2013 17:04
|Gets worse here every time we go.|
Red hot day, Halifax at home – big surprise the pub was rammed on Saturday to the extent they'd nearly run out of beer by 9pm when we got there. Just three obscure dark ones and Blonde, which was in poor nick given how much they must have sold. Likewise "haven't had time" to restock the soft drinks, or hadn't ordered enough. Interior gets no nicer or cleaner either.
Wasted potential at the Three Pigeons.
Losing patience now; best just stick to the Big 6.
Richardhuddleston - 30 Jul 2013 21:34
"...Why do women have to screech and shriek so often without good reason?..."
Come on! This is Yorkshire. It's to let those making less noise know that they're having a better time than them. The men can be every bit as bad with forced guffaws etc.
I've never come across that myself in The Three Pigeons though, glad to report.
eddybeer - 10 Dec 2012 15:49
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