Spot the pub 9

Welton Church

Right, lets test some more beer, accompanied by designated driver Mrs W , Irlsey and Mrs Irlsey

What a choice
What a choice

Mine gott – vot a choice , Irlsey chose ” Sunbeam ” because that is what he is (according to his mum) , so we will give it a go.

Sunbeam ?
Sunbeam

It’s ok , but I am not a fan of the blond beers, still it went down ok , back to the bar and a quick look around.

Window onto car park
Window onto car park

This is quite an old building,  I know it is a bit of a cliche , but the term ” coaching inn ” comes to mind (sorry) – anyway –  more beer ” Dirty Tackle ” by the Wychwood  Brewery next . Irsley found the name very amusing ( in a schoolboy type manner)

Dirty Tackle
Dirty Tackle

Another quick look around the pub

Mystery pub
Mystery pub

Another view

Food served –  and another beer – an old favourite Lakeland ( Mrs W is really hitting the coffee now  – how she sleeps I’ll never know)

Lakeland
Lakeland

I  think Irsley is still finishing his first Sunbeam – one day he will keep up with the men !! – last look inside.

From our table
From our table

Challenge to ” The Weatherhill Beerhunter ” –  Spot This Pub  – I will add further pictures ( and clues ) over the weeks until it is named – Irsley exempt from competition.

Accidently posted a picture naming the pub have removed it – will add later edited

View from pub door
View from pub door

Added picture – does this help ?  Clue 1 –  A certain diary writer spent their early life in a house less than a mile from here. Without this diary this person would probably have been forgotten, but now has some “infamy” !

Answer – The Green Dragon – Welton  allegedly where Dick Turpin was captured

The Green Dragon  Welton
The Green Dragon Welton

Good pub grub – excellent beer !  – Now we have sinned  – lets go to church

Welton Church
Welton Church

Nah – Another time Maybe – an interesting gravestone here though – check out Irsley’s  posts 🙂

 

 

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4 comments on “Spot the pub 9

  1. I have started up the little grey cells and as they have a picture of the Humber Bridge on the wall I deduce that it is in Irlsey’s neck of the woods.
    More clues will probably be needed.

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