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The Taphouse, Gainsborough - pub details


Address: 35 Lord Street, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 2DD [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Gainsborough Central (0.2 miles), Gainsborough Lea Road (1.1 miles)

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This is the towns newest real ale venue. With 10 handpulls comprising of a real cider & perry, The house beer is, local brewery, Grafters Traditional, also a guest from the breweries port folio of award winning beers, a Batemans beer then 5 guest beers from the likes of Scarborough & Worksop's Grafton breweries. The lengthy bar also has a Kraft Keg and a Belgium Beer, Dekoninck Premium. The beers are realisically priced for an independant pub. £2:20 for the house beer and £2:60 for the other real ales. A 10p discount on the real ales is offered to card carrying members of CAMRA (except house beer). Ther is also a nice selection of wines and they are building up a collection of malt whiskies.There is a newly built rear beer patio. The pub aims to have its 6 Bedrooms available soon along with the kitche, producing breakfasts and good old fashioned pub grub. Live music on a Friday and Saturday nights with artists and bands of all types but Saturday is usually a rock night, with the slogan " If you like it Heavy or Hard Catch the Rock at The Taphouse. The second Sunday of evey month sees The Taphouse folk meet. The pub is also sprog & dog friendly but they do insist on children being kept on a lead. Any club or group planning a visit should phone in advance and if enough comes they put on a bit of a buffet.
harrydaverchi - 17 May 2014 09:08

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