Gee Cross Beer Guide: Your Gee Cross guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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“Nice building, lots of space and a big beer garden with a kids' play area. Wide selection of food: probably your usual pub standard but that's not bad these days. Beer selection has improved a lot in the last few years from old-fashioned Hyde beers only to some newer and more varied ales. One gripe I have is that I've seen free papers for customers but only the Daily Mail. Regardless of anyone's personal opinions about that paper (it has improved since Dacre left), it is one quite narrow view of what's going on in the UK and if an establishment has free papers for customers to read, there should be a balanced offering of right and left-wing papers.“
soapboxjury 804 days ago
“Set back from the road with its own well kept grounds all around it this red brick public house pretty much concentrates on providing meals and hosting events for its business and gets a plenty of custom. The brick facade probably doesn’t befit the grandeur of the inside with a collection of open plan rooms around a large central staircase. The bar is behind the staircase and includes about 8 hand pumps with Hydes staples, seasonals and the current guest list ales for the brewer. The bar man also mentioned to me they were shortly having their beer festival when 19 would be available. The areas to drink and dine in are a mix of traditional pub furniture, some with sofas and rooms more suited to dining or afternoon tea. Most areas have views across well kept lawns and there’s also a garden area at the rear again offering fine views of the well-kept grounds.“
ManVsBeer 2345 days ago
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