Spot The pub 15

We are in a Yorkshire city or town ( just for a change), and ready for food and drink, there are several pubs around, so lets visit one. ūüôā . In truth we have visited a couple of them before, and found the food better in this one, – not cordon bleu , but better pub grub.¬†¬† Now this is a good sign to see outside.

Cask Marque sign
Cask Marque sign

This suggests that some care is taken with the beer – we will see!

What shall we have ?

cask Ales
cask Ales

Poor picture – but you know the ” No flash ” rule – kills the atmos and the batteries¬† ;¬† starting at the top -Tetleys¬† – but it’s not Tetleys¬† is it ? It’s Carlsberg , the company that shut the Tetley brewery down , but kept the name. We will pass on that one , what’s next¬† – Timothy Taylor’s¬† Landlord – an acceptable pint ( yes I’ve decided that I prefer Landlords to a lot of these Blonde beers that are now being bandied about).¬† Next down is Sharp’s Doom Bar – Lets go for it :-).

Sharp's Doom Bar
Sharp’s Doom Bar

Lets have a drink , and a quick look around.

Bar area
Bar area

There is the bar – and a picture on the wall which may be a clue.

Picture
Picture
Pumps
Pumps

Back to the bar then – Robinson’s¬† (of Stockport )¬† Unicorn ¬£2.40 a pint – have a go.

Unicorn
Unicorn

Well worth ¬£2.40 – Mrs W was drinking¬† Hot Chocolate by now ( she knows how to push the boat out,) at a similar price. now let’s have a last look around.

Bar
Bar
Getting busy
Getting busy

All people who were present are excluded from the contest¬† -( that’s Mr and Mrs Middlesex, and of course Mr and Mrs W). If the pub is not named within one month the prize (winner collects) will be claimed by Wessyman.

Prize
Prize

Aptly this is the monthly prize  РI think this may be a bit tougher than some previous ones , Lets see if the weatherhill Beerhunter can crack this one.

 

Kings arms Haworth  Рnamed by the Weatherhill Beerhunter

 

 

Kings Arms  Haworth
Kings Arms
Haworth

 

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One comment on “Spot The pub 15

  1. The picture did give it away. I managed to make out the sign on the pub in the background and I searched for a Royal Oak Inn by a railway station. I suppose that’s a bit of a cheat really as I doubt I’d have got it otherwise. Once the options came up I quickly narrowed it down to Haworth. Working out which of the 3 Haworth based Cask Marque pubs it is wasn’t so easy because one of them doesn’t have any interior photos on it’s website. A quick Google for images of that pub confirmed it to be the one “The Kings Arms”, Haworth. There can only be one ugly pretend old wood bar in the world!

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