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The Joiners Arms, Lincoln [Closed] - pub details


Joiners Arms

Address: 4-6 Victoria Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 1HU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18378) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lincoln Central (0.5 miles), Hykeham (3.7 miles)

> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Definitely not a closed pub. Was in here last night enjoying a pint of Burton Bridge Damson Porter, and very nice is was too. I believe it has recently got a new landlord. There were five well kept real ales. A friendly pub with a warm welcome from the landlord and locals. Well worth a visit.
suek6 - 23 Nov 2014 21:24
This cracking little back street pub is well and truly open and not closed as stated!
John the landlord has run it now for over two years. He has 5 hand pumps on the bar serving real ale from far and wide as well as offerings from local breweries as well. Defiantly worth a visit if you're visiting Lincoln and looking for an "old fashioned" freehouse pub that has a unique atmosphere.
Beerseeker1588 - 17 Oct 2013 11:23
Definitely not closed. Popped in on Friday (07/12/12) whilst on a pub crawl round Lincoln. Its not on the local Camra guide, but should be. There were five beers on from national and regional brewers. I had the Greene King 1799 stout which was excellent. Its just round the corner from the Burton Arms (check the Lincoln Camra website for the PDF leaflet)
zipdiskdude - 9 Dec 2012 18:53
I found this little gem of a pub during a day visit to Lincoln. The landlord, John, gave a warm welcome and was more than willing to let me taste the 4 ales that he had on tap - these included Hobgoblin, Snecklifter, Hophead & Banks'. The beers tasted well and were well-kept, to which I settled for Hobgoblin.

I didn't find this pub to be 'clicky' and felt that I didn't have to drink up and leave as the landlord & locals were quite chatty and friendly.

The Joiners has recently opened and are planning evening entertainment including quiz & open-mic nights.

If you're visiting the real ale pubs of Lincoln, add this one to your list, or if you don't fancy the full slog of Motherby Hill or Steep Hill in one go, the Joiners is a 5 min diversion (plus drinking time!)
Liam1012 - 28 Dec 2011 20:54
Only go to this pub if you want a warm welcome, good beer and friendly locals. This pub is under new management, Jo, Terry and their barstaff give you a friendly welcome. It is a good family pub that has a fantastic quiz night and are even running a charity race night this Saturday (31st July) for a very good cause.
They are always coming up with new promotions to give the customers a little added extra for their money, the day of the world cup final they held an excellent BBQ. Keep your eyes open for future promotions they are always worth a visit, advertised inside the pub on the notice board.
What else can I say........... don't listen to any negative comments, go yourself and give the pub a chance - you WONT be disappointed.

rivelincottage - 26 Jul 2010 16:34

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