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Corner Pin Inn, Doncaster - pub details

Address: 145 St Sepulchre Gate West, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3AH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37366) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Doncaster (0.2 miles), Bentley - South Yorkshire (1.7 miles), Kirk Sandall (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 15 users)
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After the delights of the Corporation Brewery Tap but a few minutes walk away this became a beacon of humanity whereby it is really just a standard street corner local doing a decent ale (Barnsley Bitter). Handy for the station.
Snarling_Mallard - 2 Jun 2018 22:44
Called in yesterday evening, passing the currently closed Leopard, expecting to find the usual selection of well-kept ales. Only one ale available (York Guzzler had just gone off) which was brewed by the new Doncaster Brewery and was OK-ish though not really to my taste. Despite showing my CAMRA card the barman did not deduct the advertised discount for CAMRA members. I hope this is just a blip, as I have previously very much enjoyed the warm welcome and selection of ales in this establishment.
Stamfordian - 11 Jun 2014 11:21
Popped in here while I was working in the area. Fantastic place! Met by friendly landlady, and a few friendly locals. Great selection of beers on. (Just a week too early for their beer festival unfortunately).
Asked for some sandwiches, but they had stopped doing food at lunchtimes. However, the landlady sent out for some bread, raided her fridge, and did me a massive round of ham sandwiches! What a great place. The one down side (for me) is that this pub is 250 miles away from where I live.
Hogarth - 26 Oct 2013 22:11
Came in after The Leopard and on my way to the Keepmoat for a match.

4 different ales on tap of which as recommended by the knowledgable and very helpful barmen I had 2 pints of Guzzler from the York brewery. MY first time supping a brew from this brewery and it was excellent.

I enquired how far the football ground was away and after being told I could walk it in 20 mins the barman kindly offered to order me a cab when I wanted.

The pub was empty save for a local and then as I was getting ready for my cab another 3 or 4 locals arrived.

Cracking little pub that I do hope survives the crunch as it's doing all the right things.

Keep up the good work.
lezford - 19 Aug 2012 16:54
Visited this pub yesterday and sampled a lovely pint of York Brew Guzzler... it was lovely and it was in a proper pint glass !! A very trad pub split into 2 rooms, with a central bar. There were 3 other local ales on sale at the time... a friendly place in "tasty" area of Doncaster... to get to this pub you have pass The Railway and The Leopard, both of which have cask ales... This has a large(ish) beer/smoking area at the back and an outside bar for the beer festivals that take place... bumped into a few Spurs fans who were up to watch Scunthorpe play.... there were some friendly locals.... well worth a visit if your traveling by train....its 5 mins walk away...
Enigma35 - 29 Apr 2012 17:55

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