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60 /100 57 MOTTRAM ROAD
“If you want to sample all of Rossendale’s core beers in one go then this is the place to come, the two room pub is separated by a central bar that has pumps dotted all around it. They’ll be a real cider on here too and probably one guest ale. The pub itself is just above the Morrisons supermarket car park on the main road heading east out of Hyde town centre. It’s a very ordinary for the area red brick pub that caters for a local crowd and the decor probably represents this rather than for an ever changing clientele. Food is served here on certain days and there’s an outdoor area that is part of the back yard area converted for this purpose, next to this is a car park that can hold half a dozen cars (and full on both of the occasions I’ve driven to this pub). Live sport is shown here.“
ManVsBeer 3647 days ago
“A short walk west of the town centre, this pub is in a tired looking building but is comfortable and convivial inside with a historic traditional feel to its surroundings. Despite the football World Cup in full swing they continued with their regular set of events for the local crowd and the television set remained off whilst the Sunday night quiz took place. There’s a couple of rooms in the building with the main bar in the room on the right as you walk in, here the substantial row of hand pumps immediately greets you. These include several Beartown options alongside an equal number of guest ales. There’s a few half decent keg options too.“
ManVsBeer 3647 days ago
“Right by Hyde Central railway station, parking on Aldi supermarket opposite the pub. A Beartown brewery pub, 4 of their beers on plus 3 guests. Also 6 keg pumps (Krombacher, Erdinger, Beartown Lager, West Munich Red, Affligem Blonde plus 1 other). Cracking boozer“
niquillis 4054 days ago
“Traditional pub catering for locals despite being a lonely business surrounded by industrial units on the road into Hyde. It’s close to the train station as the name would suggest but it is one of the most secluded stations in the Greater Manchester area. The pub has two sides, a bar side and comfortable best room with the serving area in the middle. It shows the various sports including the football and racing and probably the boxing given there are several signed photographs of Ricky Hatton on the walls. The real let down is in the selection and the closest thing to an ale selection is a couple of hand of Boddingtons pumps, electric and hand.“
ManVsBeer 4232 days ago
66 /100 21 MARKET PLACE
“A nondescript Wetherspoon outlet with a small patio at the rear and signs saying that children are welcome only when ordering food. It’s quite small inside but as a result fairly cosy. It has two rows of ale pumps like most other Spoons.“
ManVsBeer 4232 days ago
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