Llangynhafal Denbighshire Beer Guide: Your Llangynhafal Denbighshire guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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36 /100 LLANGYNHAFAL
“Has been a wonderful pub over the years, Colin and Helen managed the pub for around 15 years and there was always a friendly welcome. The food was great value and Colin sourced the beer selection from far and wide - always kept in excellent condition. Too early for a definitive opinion on the new owners as of June 2018 but it's not looking good at the moment. Just two beers Thwaites Original (rather unoriginal as many people have commented) and another guest. The new people seem to have upset a lot of locals though - the latest news is that they've banned runners from the pub!“
BubbleTasty20 1058 days ago
64 /100 LLANGYNHAFAL
“Once a Joseph Holt pub, the sign for this brewer has gone, as have the ales, but it maintains a good real ale presence rotating a number of ales from a number of breweries , most of which are chalked up on a board just in front of the bar in the lounge room - so it’s a somewhat limited selection, but not a bad one, and the beer is well kept. There was also a local real cider from North Wales available too. You’ll have to go down some narrow country lanes to get here as it is off the beaten track, and also just off the Offa’s Dyke trail if you are traversing this on foot, it would certainly be a worthwhile place to stop if you are. There’s a few houses around, but not enough to call the area a village, but it gets people in and has a large car park to its rear, where a few picnic tables also exist in the field behind this. The comfortable lounge is to your right when you enter, which includes a couple of comfy single person high backed chairs right in front of the service area. The bar area room runs alongside the side wall of the pub and is slightly smaller but comfortable enough too. Both sides have service areas. Food is served here.“
ManVsBeer 1786 days ago
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