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White Hart, Crowle

Currently CLOSED.

Shame but not suprised.

23 Jul 2011 13:07

White Lion, Sheffield

Lovely pub - great interior, lots of rooms/snugs and bigger open plan area to rear. Great choice of real ale, friendly staff. perfect really!. Worth the trip, only 5 in taxi from station... Possibly better than nearby Sheaf View!-inside it certainly is in my opinion!.

9 Jun 2011 10:35

Signal Box Inn, Cleethorpes

"smallest pub in Britain" - but does a great selection of drinks and nibbles. Superb pint of Jennings Cumberland. Well worth a visit if in the area/taking a trip on the miniature railway!

7 Sep 2010 18:45

Dog and Gun, East Butterwick

Well worth seeking out if only for the DarkTribe Brewery beers it sells. Excellent stuff. Staff friendly too!.

7 Sep 2010 18:42

Lock Stock and Barrel, Crowle

Nice enough locals multiroom pub. Friendly staff. Patio area. Currently no Real ale though - shame as nearby breweries inc excellent Thorne and DarkTribe!!

6 Jun 2010 12:16

White Hart, Crowle

So much potential! A lovely old beamed pub (oldest on Axholme). Couple of real ales, normally Speckled Hen and john smiths. Food a tad expensive, but good. Biggest downfall?-Staff could be alot friendlier if they tried!

6 Jun 2010 12:14

The Old Angel, Doncaster

Agree its best of 3 spoons pubs in Donny. Ex Yates buiding so nice and airy - upstairs bar seating too. Great choice of real ale. Very busy on fri/sat nights.

6 Jun 2010 12:06

The Cumberland, Doncaster

Nice large pub, with superb beer garden outside. Bit expensive though and seems to be more food orientated now. 3 real ales, Greene King based.

6 Jun 2010 12:03

Sheffield Tap, Sheffield

Anywhere that sells Thornbridge beers is a godesend!!

This is a great location and good pub. A superb choice of real ales from Thornbridge and others, as well as a great choice of foreign lagers on tap - most served in proper branded glasses.

Only minor criticism would be its a tad pricey and draughty!

Well worth an hour or six.

30 Apr 2010 15:11

The Heartland Brewery And Chophouse, Manhattan

Worth a visit!

They did an ale sample tray - with 6 diffrent half litre glasses served on a tray. Nice beer and food very good too.

Not bad for such a tourist trap location

30 Apr 2010 02:33

York Beer and Wine Shop, York

A little gem for those of us who do their real ale drinking at home.

Fair selection of ales including local breweries beers.

They had Thornbridge Jaipur 330ml bottles (1.99) - not 1st time I have seen this anywhere. Case of 24 in boot of car!!>....(with 5% case discount!)

Worth a visit.

30 Apr 2010 02:31

The Grove Inn, Huddersfield

Real ale fan heaven. Thornbridge Jaipur permanently on pump!! Lovely staff and a superb range of real ale and snacks to boot.

You MUST visit The Grove if in Huddersfield!.

30 Apr 2010 02:21

The Berkeley Hotel, Scunthorpe

Huge old building, recently refurbished I am told. Sam smiths pub, so excellent value!!

30 Apr 2010 02:16

The Horse and Groom, Doncaster

Used to be O'Neills

Still has the Irish link thru its landlord, and its excellent food menu. Great value and quality.

Has 2 real ale pumps - normally Deuchars IPA and a brew from excellent local brewery - Glentworth of Skellow.

Worth sniffing out, not far from market.

30 Apr 2010 02:05

Red Lion, Doncaster

Quite nice by wetherspoon standards. Usual food menu. Normally good choice of real ale - but the pumps are spread round the long bar, be sure to walk fully round!!

29 Apr 2010 01:57

The Plough, Doncaster

A gem for real ale fans. Often other local beers in a ddition to the usual local Acorn brewery beer. No food though. Toilets are interesting.

29 Apr 2010 01:56

Gatehouse, Doncaster

Not too bad, but too busy on a fri/sat. Good choice of real ales. Usual food menu. Allow time to find the toilets....!

29 Apr 2010 01:54

The Finningley Windmill, Doncaster

Fine for a pint and a bite to eat before a flight. Food menu is at premium prices compared to normal wetherspoons. 1 real ale (old speckled hen)

29 Apr 2010 01:46

Horse and Jockey, Doncaster

Currently Closed as at April 2010

29 Apr 2010 01:45

Railway Hotel, Doncaster

Very handy for station. But very limited real ales, and never any guests. No food either. Sitting on a gold mine of a location!! Worth a visit if 30 minutes to kill for a train.

29 Apr 2010 01:43

The Masons Arms, Doncaster

Great Real ale pub - with up to 5 pumps on. 4 are normally mainstream (eg Bombardier) and then 1 guest ale. Beautifully kept/served beer though, well worth visit!.

29 Apr 2010 01:41

The Leopard, Doncaster

Nice pub, but go to the right as you go thru main doors. Nice real ale choice, often with local Glentworth beer on.

29 Apr 2010 01:39

The Salutation, Doncaster

Superb selection of real ale (up to 8 pumps) - probably best choice in Doncaster!!

29 Apr 2010 01:37

Corner Pin Inn, Doncaster

A lovely little pub - just round the corner from the station and bus station. Serves lovely beer, with a great variety on its 3 pumps. A nice place to go for a few and putting the world to rights. SMall patio outside too for those warmer evenings or smokers!..

29 Apr 2010 01:35

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