Before starting this post, I must remind my readers that all opinions that are given are My own opinions, and are not some sort of Gallup poll survey. 🙂
Right Spot the pub 14 – We have walked past this pub on several occasions and thought ” we will have to call in there”, but never got around to it. I have heard it called “The best pub in ####### ” . I could find one a hundred yards away (and have done) that has a far better choice of beers, and I will follow that up with a later Spot The Pub. Spot The Pub 14 is in a Yorkshire City/Town has guest accommodation, and its own dining area , it is an old building, fairly dimly lit, – hence my blurred pictures ( I don’t use flash- that’s my excuse ) . It always pays to call early.
This would appear to be a Timothy Taylors (Keithley) pub, a sign outside says “guest ales served” so we will have a look.
Nice friendly atmosphere, lets look what is being served.
Now I have the idea that I’m not too fond of Timothy Taylors ” Landlord” – probably down to overindulgence once , and not feeling too well afterwards, – so where is the guest ale? – beats me, so its Golden Best for me then.
Diet whatever for Mrs W. That Golden Best went down well 🙂 Not too bad this Timothy Taylors really
Lets try the food, – Its not cheap – it had better be good.
Here it is,
Wessyman got Fish and Chips with a Smidgen of bright green pollyfilla and a tub full of shamrock ! – not as good as the “Fat ‘ole” ! Mrs W had bangers and Mash with peapods
This struck me as pub grub trying to be Jamie Olivers – I need another beer.
Or maybe a bottle of that
OK a last look around.
That’s the giveaway
To sum up – Beer kept well and good for Timmy Taylor fans. Food – Mushy peas should not be a bright green smear on the plate ! – and I don’t eat Shamrock. Would I go again? yes but I would walk past it to go to a ( in my opinion) better pub. – No prize just the thrill of being the first to name it 🙂
Yes it’s The Woolly Sheep