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Beer Shack, Mansfield - pub details

Address: 46 White Hart Street, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG18 1DG [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Mansfield (0.7 miles), Mansfield Woodhouse (1.4 miles), Kirkby In Ashfield (4.2 miles)

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user reviews of Beer Shack, Mansfield

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This single roomed micro-pub was the first to open in Mansfield 18 months ago.

As soon as I knew I was going to Mansfield for football I consolidated the GBG and found the Beer Shack listed, I decided then it would be the one place I would visit before and after the game and boy did it not disappoint.

My first visit was just after 2pm when I was the only punter in so I had time & space to enjoy my ales and chat to the very friendly owner James. During both visit there were 5 ales on the hand pumps and 5 boxed ciders, the ciders were as popular as the ales.

I returned after the game when there were more punters in and immediately was made to feel welcome and part of the crack. I drank & chatted solidly for over 2 hours before having to rush off for my train back South.

I got through several pints with the picks being Great Orme Brewery Celtica, Walls's Yorkshire Gold & Shefford Brewery Plum Mild, all beers were well kept and poured and if I remember rightly were priced between £2.75 & £3.00 a pint, good value even for Nottinghamshire.

I regularly visit good pubs and always vow to return but with the Beer Shack I am confident I will be back sooner rather than later, the place is cracking. Good ales, good music (vinyl played from a record player), clean toilets and a good bunch of locals…the Beer Shack really is a must visit.

lezford - 2 Feb 2016 12:41

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